Krista Fenniak
Krista Fenniak
Height: 5'7
Year: So.
Hometown: Edmonton, Alberta
High School: College of the Desert

2011-12 (SOPHOMORE): Was named Southland Newcomer of the Year for her performance on the season … averaged 80.3 strokes in her 23 rounds of action over eight tournaments … was one of the longest hitters in the Southland Conference … low round was a 72 in the opening 18 of the Islander Classic … had 13 rounds of 80 or lower … finished 26th at the Rio Verde Invitational, shooting a 233 … surged at the end of the season, finishing 17th at the Houston Baptist Intercollegiate with a 235 … led the team with a 16th-place finish at the Southland Championship, posting a 237 … delivered two eagles at the conference championship, including a wedge from 110 yards out on the par-4 second.

AT COLLEGE OF THE DESERT: Played one year for Joe Simmonds at COD … finished fourth at the state finals … became the first female to win the Sue-Cup … won the 2011 Crystal Open, competing as an individual.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Alistaire Hardie at Brentwood College School in Mill Bay, British Columbia … was the individual champion of the B.C. High School Provincials … helped team to an Island Championship and a provincial runner-up finish in 2008-09 … was a Dean’s List honoree in both 2009 and 2010 … also participated in volleyball, rowing and squash at Brentwood … helped team to a pair of national titles in crew.

PERSONAL: Krista Fenniak was born on Jan. 23, 1992, in Fort McMurray, Alberta … daughter of Mary Anne and Al Fenniak … has two sisters, Kathryn and Andrea, and two brothers, David and Donald … plans to major in communication at Texas A&M – Corpus Christi.