Aimee Caligiore '13
Collegiate low round: 73 2010 SLU Invitational, 1st round
2011-12: 9 top 10s,79.8 stroke average in 17 rounds
2010-11: 6 top 10's, 2 wins, 80.1 stroke average in 19 rounds (1522 total)
2009-10: 3 top 10s, 83.5 stroke average in 19 rounds.
2011-12: Aimee just missed qualifying for the NCAAs as an individual, but had her best scoring season with a stroke average of 79.89 in 17 rounds. She finished in the top five in every one of her tournament appearances as a junior with second place finishes at the SLU Invitational, NYU and Nazareth. She set program records for stroke average, top 10s and rounds in the 70s in a season and is the career leader in top ten finishes with 18 in three seasons.
2010-11: Aimee became the program's first All America when she was selected as an honorable mention at the end of her sophomore season and she became the first woman to earn an individual bid to the NCAA tournament, recording the best finish in program history with a tie for 14th. She had an outstanding sophomore season with wins in the SLU Invitational and the ECAC Championship and had six top ten finishes in seven tournaments prior to the NCAAs with the seventh finish an 11th place. She had a stroke average of 80.1 in 19 rounds an improvement of nearly 3.5 over her rookie season.She shot her collegiate low with a 73 in the first round of the SLU Invitational and was medalist with a two-day score of 150.
2009-10: Aimee Caligiore was an easy selection as the Saint women's Rookie of the Year as she led the team in stroke average in 15 in-season matches with an 82.26 stroke average and finished at 83.5 overall including the NCAA tournament, which tied for the best on the team. She finished in the top ten in three tournaments during the season, second at Mt. Holyoke, fourth in the SLU Invitational and tied for eighth at Middlebury. Her best collegiate score was a 75 in the second round of the SLU invitational.
Aimee Caligiore competed in golf and alpine skiing at Lake Placid High School and played spots 1-3 on the boys golf team. She was the MVP in golf as a senior and earned the Most Improved Award in both golf and skiing as a sophomore. Aimee was a member of the National Honor Society. She finished tied for 17th in the New York State Amateur in the summer of 2009.