Sylvie Brick
Sylvie  Brick


Frankfort, Ill.

High School:
Marian Catholic High School




Bulldogs Travel To NCAA Championships

Bulldogs Travel To NCAA Championships


Brick, Larkin Named To SEC Community Service Teams

Brick, Larkin Named To SEC Community Service Teams


Bulldogs Travel To Texas For NCAA Regionals

Bulldogs Travel To Texas For NCAA Regionals


Georgia Holds Annual Awards Banquet

Georgia Holds Annual Awards Banquet


SAAC Partakes In Relay For Life

SAAC Partakes In Relay For Life

2015-16 Highlights
◊ Elected president of UGA's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) for the 2015-16 academic year.
◊ UGA's female nominee for the SEC Brad Davis Community Service Postgraduate Scholarship.
◊ Named the SEC Community Service team for women's golf for the third consecutive year.
◊ A member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the fourth consecutive year.
◊ Recipient of the overall female collegiate "Peach of an Athlete" Award from the Atlanta Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America for her community service and leadership efforts.
◊ Competed in one fall event, finishing 30th at the Cardinal Fall Kickoff, and one spring tourney, tying for 40th at the Lady Bulldog Individual Invitational.

2014-15 Highlights
◊ A standout off the course as well who was chosen as the female student-athlete from all 14 SEC schools to represent the league at the 2015 NCAA Leadership Forum earlier this month in Orlando, Fla.
◊ Named to the SEC Community Service team for golf for a second consecutive year.
◊ Appeared in six tournaments, all during the 2015 calendar portion of the campaign.
◊ Made season debut at the Lady Bulldog Individual and joined the Georgia lineup for five of the final six events.
◊ Contributing 75.0 percent counting rounds in 12 team loops.
◊ Played a key role during Georgia's runner-up showing at the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic. Contested three tight matches, all going to 18 holes. Halved her match with Southern Cal's Annie Park, who won the 2013 NCAA individual title on the same layout.
◊ Notched her first collegiate top-10 finish by tying for 10th at Seton Hall's Pirate Invitational.
◊ Equaled her best collegiate loop (79) in the opening round at Seton Hall and trimmed five strokes off that tally the following day (74).
◊ Equaled her career-low collegiate loop in the second round of the SEC Championships..

2013-14 Highlights
◊ Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
◊ Named to the SEC's Community Service Team for women's golf.
◊ Competed individually at the Lady Bulldog Invitational, placing 49th.

2012-13 Highlights
◊ Tied for 23rd at the Lady Bulldog Invitational, her only appearance of the season.
◊ Missed making her collegiate debut at the Mason Rudolph Championship in the fall due to a blister on her right hand.
◊ Secured a spot on Georgia's playing five in qualifying but was then forced to withdraw after the blister became too painful to complete the practice round.

Pre-Collegiate Highlights
◊ Played her final two seasons of high school golf at Marian Catholic after competing with the boys' team at Morgan Park Academy as a freshman and sophomore.
◊ Became the first girl ever named to All-Conference for the Chicago Independent Boys' League in 2009.
◊ Served as team captain of the Morgan Park Academy boys' golf team as a sophomore.
◊ Named All-State as both a junior and a senior at Marian Catholic.
◊ Carded a 1-over 72 to capture medalist honors and lead Marian Catholic to the team title at the Marian Catholic Invitational to open her senior campaign.
◊ Defeated teammate Bree Veazey in a playoff to earn top individual honors and lead Marian Catholic to the 2011 Class 2A Homewood-Flossmoor Regional title as a senior (note: girls' golf is a fall sport in Illinois.).
◊ Finished seventh individually and helped Marian Catholic finish sixth at the 2011 Class AA State Championships.
◊ Placed ninth individually at the 2010 Class 2A State Championships as a junior to help Marian Catholic to a sixth-place team showing.
◊ Helped lead Marian Catholic to consecutive East Suburban Catholic Conference (ESCC) titles in 2010 and 2011.
◊ Named ESCC Player of the Year as a senior in 2011 after earning All-Conference accolades as a junior.
◊ Captured a pair of victories on the Mid-American Junior Golf Tour (MAJGT), winning the 2009 Fall Junior Amateur and the 2010 Second City Classic.
◊ Competed in 17 MAJGT events from 2009-11, posting 15 top-10 efforts including a quartet of runner-up showings.
◊ Named to the Bettinardi MAJGT All-Midwest team in 2010.

◊ Born May 31, 1994, Sylvie is the daughter of Myron and Lyndean Brick and her major is Statistics.

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