PRINCIPLED LEADERSHIPACADEMIC INTEGRATION COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE
Anina Ku
Anina Ku
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Basking Ridge, N.J.
High School: Ridge High School

First-Year (2018-19):
All-Ivy League second team … Averaged 74.37 strokes per 18 holes … Competed in eight tournaments … Placed ninth at the Dartmouth Invitational (Sept. 15-16), carding scores of 75 an 72 … Took 12th at the Princeton Invitational (Sept. 29-30), shooting 75-74 … Notched a fifth-place performance, including two career-low rounds of 71, at the Yale Women’s Fall Intercollegiate (Oct. 5-7) … Fired rounds of 73, 74 and 76 at the Stanford Invitational (Oct. 19-21) … Ended in ninth at the Harvard Invite (March 30-31), ending 79-73-72 …  Tallied one victory at Matchplay Madness (April 6-7) … Helped Harvard to its eighth Ivy League championship in program history, taking 10th with scores of 79-73-77 (April 19-21) … Led the Crimson at the NCAA Regional Championship, finishing 39th with scores of 76, 74 and 74.

Before Harvard
Captain of Ridge High School's Varsity Girls Golf Team (2017 & 2018)...First Team All-State (2014-2018)...2 AJGA wins: Golf Performance Center Junior (2015), and AJGA Junior at Blue Hill (2017)...Qualified for 3 USGA events: US Girls Junior (2013, 2015), US Women’s Public Links (2014)...12 AJGA top-five finishes...2017 Transamerica Scholastic Junior All-America Team...New Jersey High School State Championship Runner-Up (2016, 2018)...NJSIAA Scholar Athlete Award for Ridge High School (2018)...11th-ranked in the country for class of 2018 -- Rolex AJGA Rankings...New Jersey National Youth Camp volunteer (2015-2016)...Project Sunshine volunteer (2015-2018; collaborated with peers to create kits for terminally ill children and their caregivers)...Social Services Club volunteer (2017-2018; ambassador, teacher, and events coordinator for music, art, sporting, and social events that develop positive social skills, promote camaraderie, and unify the student body)...Fluent in Violin; at age 4 played at Carnegie Hall

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