Four-year member of the Blue Hens who has earned three letters • has competed in 28 of 31 tournaments for the Blue Hens during her career • averaging 79.99 shots per round, the sixth lowest in UD history.
One of the three Blue Hens to compete in all 10 invitationals during the year • posted a 78.66 average round, fifth on the team • became the first medalist in UD history by winning the individual title at the season opening Tignanelli Towson Invitational • carded a 75-71-146 at the tournament, the lowest two-round score in school history • named CAA Women’s Golfer of the Week on Sept. 10 following the victory • tied her career low round of 71 during the second round of the River Landing Classic • tied for 13th place at the Middleburg Bank Intercollegiate and was 19th at the CAA Championships • recorded 15 rounds in the 70’s during the year.
Participated in all but two invitationals on the year • ranked sixth on the team with a 79.36 stroke average • finished in fifth place at the Rutgers Invitational with a 76-75-151 • placed 10th at the Delaware Invitational • carded a pair of season-low rounds of 74 at the JMU/Eagle Landing Invitational.
Appeared in all but one tournament during her freshman season • averaged 81.93 shots per round • carded a 74-77-151 in her Blue Hen debut to tie for third place at the Tignanelli Towson Invitational • was Delaware’s top finisher at the Michigan Wolverine Invitational • led the Blue Hens at the Colonial Athletic Association Championships by posting an 81-85-79-245 • recorded seven rounds in the 70s during the season.
Served as captain of the boys’ golf team at Westminster School • won the 10th Stan Trojanowski Northern Junior • was the club champion for two consecutive years at The Hartford Golf Club • played in the U.S. Girls’ Junior in 2011 at Whistling Straits in Chicago.
Nathalie Filler • born Jan. 12, 1994 • daughter of Andrew and Jennifer Filler • has two younger sisters, Emma and Maisie • father played ice hockey and baseball at Trinity College • art history major at Delaware • won the New England Women's Amateur over the summer.