Jillian Hollis
Jillian  Hollis

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Rocky River, Ohio

High School:
Magnificat High School

Height:
5-5

Experience:
1L

06/14/2017

Four Bulldogs Named All-America

Four Bulldogs Named All-America

06/08/2017

333 Bulldogs Named to Director of Athletics Honor Roll

333 Bulldogs Named to Director of Athletics Honor Roll

05/23/2017

Georgia Golfers Named All-America

Georgia Golfers Named All-America

05/10/2017

Georgia Finishes Seventh In NCAA Regional

Georgia Finishes Seventh In NCAA Regional

05/09/2017

Georgia Slips To Seventh In NCAA Regional

Georgia Slips To Seventh In NCAA Regional

2016-17 Highlights
◊ Individually, finished the season ranked No. 12 by Golfweek and No. 25 by Golfstat.
◊ Named honorable mention All-America by the WGCA.
◊ Tabbed second-team All-SEC for second-straight year.
◊ In the lineup for every event, shooting a combined 8-over covering her 26 rounds of stroke play.
◊ Finished the season leading the Bulldogs in stroke average (72.12), par-or-better rounds (15), birdies (81), counting percentage (.962) and top-10 finishes (six).
◊ UGA’s top individual finisher in four of six stroke play events during 2017 calendar.
◊ Played 16 spring rounds at a combined 2-under, with a 71.69 average.
◊ Named SEC Golfer of the Week after earning individual medalist and helping UGA sweep team titles in the stroke and match play portions of the Liz Murphey.

2015-16 Highlights
◊ Named third-team All-America by Golfweek and also tabbed honorable mention All-America by the Women's Golf Coaches Association.
◊ Tabbed second-team All-SEC and also honored as a member of the SEC's All-Freshman team.
◊ Selected to the All-Bryan Regional team after finishing fourth individually to help Georgia capture the team title.
◊ Finished the season at No. 24 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index and No. 46 in Golfstat's individual rankings.
◊ Participated in 12 of 13 events, contributing a team-best 94.8 percent counting rounds, while posting 14 par-or-better rounds, four loops in the 60s, six top-10 finishes and seven top-20 efforts.
◊ Posted the third-best stroke average in school history, a 72.45 clip.
◊ Headline of her fall campaign was a tie for third at the Cougar Classic, where she shot 4-under 212 to lead the Bulldogs and tie for third individually.
◊ Forced to withdraw from the final round of the fall's final event, the Stanford Intercollegiate.
◊ Came within a stroke of Georgia's single round and tournament records en route to victory at the Mountain View Collegiate.
◊ Fired rounds of 66 and 67 in the opening day of the Mountain View, an 11-under score that provided a massive nine-shot lead on the field. The 6-under 66 was a stroke shy of Vicki Goetze's school record 7-under 65 in the final round of the 1992 NCAA Championships.
◊ Captured her first individual title by shooting 11-under 205 at the Mountain View, tying the second-best score in Georgia history.
◊ Named SEC Golfer of the Week on March 22 following her individual title at the Mountain View Collegiate.
◊ Georgia's top finisher at the SEC Championships, where she tied for 11th.

Pre-Collegiate Highlights

◊ Tabbed first-team AJGA/Rolex Junior All-America in 2014.
◊ Among recruits in the Class of 2015, was ranked No. 3 and No. 4 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Index and AJGA/Polo rankings, respectively, when she signed with Georgia in November 2014.
◊ Skyrocketed from No. 89 to No. 9 in the AJGA/Polo national rankings from 2013 to 2014, largely due to posting five top-5 finishes in nine AJGA national level events during that span.
◊ Played for the East in both the 2014 and 2015 editions of the Wyndham Cup.
◊ Tabbed Golfweek’s Junior Girls Player of the Week honors on May 4, 2015, after winning the Golfweek Junior Tour’s tournament at Windmill Lakes for the second time in three years. Carded a final round of 2-under 68 en route to a three-shot win.
◊ Additional top results in 2015 include fifth-place showings at both the AJGA Rolex Girls Junior Championship and the Scott Robertson Memorial.
◊ Wrapped up her pre-collegiate play on Aug. 7 by defeating her mother Sharon, 8-and-6, in the championship match of the Cleveland Women’s Golf Associations district final. Sharon played college golf for three seasons at N.C. State and one at Ohio State as the former Sharon Minnich.
◊ Earned a spot in the field of the 2014 Canadian Pacific Women’s Open after shooting 2-under 70 to share medalist honors at the Monday qualifier for the LPGA event.
◊ In 2014, won the AJGA Junior at Sugar Valley, tied for third at The Ping Invitational, finished fifth at the AJGA Girls Championship and the Scott Robertson Memorial and placed 10th at the AJGA Rolex Tournament of Champions and the Rolex Girls Junior Championship.
◊ Finished 10th at the 2014 Duke of York Young Champions Trophy competition at the Royal Aberdeen Golf Club in Scotland. Selected to represent the U.S. at the event which features national champions from approximately 30 countries.
◊ Notched a trio of wins during 2013 at the Hudson Junior Invitational, the Peggy Kirk Bell Open and the Golfweek Junior Tour at Windmill Lakes.
◊ All told, posted six top-5 and nine top-10 individual finishes in 12 events during the 2013 calendar.
◊ Led Magnificat High to a trio of appearances in the Ohio High Division I Championships before taking her senior season off to concentrate on tournament golf. As a junior, finished third individually to help Magnificat to a third-place team finish.

Personal
◊ Born March 25, 1997, Jillian is the daughter of Michael and Sharon Hollis and her major is Pre-Advertising.

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