Carmen Laguna's two-round 143 is three shots off the lead of Gonzaga's Alice Kim.
2012-13 SOPHOMORE SEASON: Participated in all 10 team tournaments for 30 rounds of golf team counted 24 of 30 rounds for an .800 average held the third-lowest stroke average on team (76.93) season-low rounds of 73 came at the Nittany Lion Invitational and the BYU Entrada Classic had best tournament of season at The BYU Entrada Classic with a 54-hole total of 222 had three top-20 finishes with one top-10 finish finished in fifth place at the BYU Entrada Classic tied for 18th at the Nittany Lion Invitational with a 54-hole combined score of 224 tied for 19th at the Clover Cup with a score of 223 finished with a combined score of 230 in her first appearance at the Big Ten Championships.
2011-12 FRESHMAN SEASON: Appeared in six tournaments on the season, including her collegiate debut playing as an individual at the Alamo Invitational finished the season with a 79.22 stroke average, fourth lowest on the team recorded one top-20 finish on the season, finishing in a tie for 14th place at the Rebel Intercollegiate letterwinner.
JUNIOR/AMATEUR PLAY: Won the Twin Cities Junior Girls' Championship in 2010 and 2011 won the 2010 Minnesota State Junior Girls' Championship won the 2010 Minnesota Junior PGA Match Play Championship runner-up for 2010 Minnesota Golf Association Junior Girls Player of the Year recorded two top-10 finishes at American Junior Golf Association tournaments member of four Minnesota PGA Junior Cup (Minnesota-Wisconsin) squads member of two MGA Minnesota-Manitoba Junior Cup teams.
HIGH SCHOOL: A graduate of the Breck School 2011 Minnesota State High School League Class 2A champion three-time all-state honoree four-time section champion six-time All-Tri Metro Conference honoree two-time team captain six-time letterwinner Cum Laude Society member and AP Scholar.
PERSONAL: Born March 6, 1993 daughter of Alan and Jill Laorr has a twin brother, Eric, who plays golf for Middlebury College enjoys rooting for the Pittsburgh Steelers enrolled in the Carlson School of Management.
73: seven times; last - Big Ten Championships (4/27/13)