Action photos of the Kentucky women's golf team during a practice round at the University Club. (Chet White/UK Athletics)
Two-time SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll member
2014-15 (Sophomore): Held a scoring average of 76.76 ... Had three top-40 finishes and one top-20 finish ... Missed the final three tournaments of the season with an injury ... Fired a 1-under 71 in the second round of the UCF Challenge ... Turned in her best 54-hole score at the Stanford Invitational with a 4-over-par 217 (73-70-74) ... Tied for 20th at the "MO"Morial Invitation for the second consecutive year with a 54-hole score of 225 (75-75-76).
2013-14 (Freshman): Competed in all 10 tournaments as a freshman and has recorded one top-20 finish ... Turned in her best 54-hole score at the UCF Challenge with a 221 (71-75-75) ... She tied for 20th at the "MO"Morial Invitational with a three-day score of 224 (75-77-72).
Summer of 2013: Placed second in the North East Florida Collegiate Amateur with scores of 74-75-74... Placed third in AJGA at Bellefonte CC with 76-72-72... Top 10 in Sun Coast tour event with 76-76-74... Played in the Kentucky Women's Open and shot 75-79... Won the sportsmanship award for the AJGA at Bellefonte CC... Nominated as top 20 in country for the prestigious President Leadership Award by raising money for different awarenesses and causes such as the Hands for Haiti, tornado victims and many other local causes.
High School: In 2012, Walker was the regional and All-A State champion, while also claiming the AJGA Greenbrier qualifier ... Named the All-Area Player of the Year, regional runner-up and Madisonville Invitational individual champion in 2011 ... A five-time state tournament qualifier, All-A Regional champion (2010-12), voted on the All-Area Team (2009-11) and was the first woman to compete in the 2012 Paintsville Invitational, placing third ... Was also a two-year letterwinner in soccer, while also lettering in softball one year.
Personal: Born May 23, 1995 ... Daughter of Butch and Kathy Walker ... Has one brother, Bryan ... Major is pre-management.
Why she chose UK: "UK prides itself on being both academically and athletically competitive by providing their athletes with whatver they need to be a successful person."