|Previous College:||Florida International|
2011-12 (JUNIOR): Averaged 78.48 strokes in 25 rounds over nine tournaments … delivered five top-16 finishes on the year … had 19 rounds of 80 or less, including a string of 18 out of 20 … finished 11th at the Bob Hurley Auto ORU Shootout, posting a 230 … took 15th at the SHSU Fall Invitational with a two-round 153 … led the team with a 13th-place finish at the Islander Classic, shooting a 231 … had a strong performance at the Rio Verde Invitational, shooting a 228 to finish 14th … battled incredible winds to shoot a two-round 159 and finish 16th at the Bison Invitational.
2010-11 (SOPHOMORE): Earned Southland Newcomer of the Year honors in her first year after transferring from Florida International … posted five top-20 finishes as a sophomore … averaged 77.59 over her 27 rounds of action … sevent of her last 10 rounds were of 77 and under, including a pair of par-72s in her final four tournaments … tied for 11th at the UALR Women's Golf Classic a week after tying for 12th at the elite Rio Verde Invitational … turned in a top-20 finish in five of her last six tournaments … finished 13th at the MSU/Payne Stewart Invitational … earned 15th at the Islander Classic.
AT FIU: Helped Florida International to a fourth-place finish in the Sun Belt as a freshman … averaged 81 for head coach Joe Vogel … maintained a 3.0 GPA throughout the academic year.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Harrogate High School in Harrogate, England … averaged 75 in her senior season … won Union Matchplay five years in a row … holds three course records … was the only female golfer to play for England … member of the Yorkshire Ladies County Golf Club, who won County Championships five straight years … shot a course record in qualifying for the Daily Telegraph Finals in Dubai … has had two holes-in-one, the first when she was 12.
PERSONAL: Nicola Dunn was born on Dec. 16, 1990, in Bradford, England … daughter of Phillipa and Steven Dunn … has two sisters, Sarah and Rachael, and one brother, Robert … intends to major in athletic training.