Earned four letters during her five-year Blue Hen career • appeared in 42 tournaments during her career • ended her career as the school’s leader with a 76.94 average round • holds school records for lowest single round and three-round scores • has posted four of the lowest five single rounds in UD history.
Named the UD Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year • earned her third UD Alumni Association Team MVP award • second team All-CAA honoree • won her second consecutive CAA individual title with a 77-71-70-218 while leading UD to the team championship • also was the medalist at the Rutgers Invitational • tied for second place at the Diane Thomason Invitational and was third at the Delaware Invitational • was the Blue Hens’ top finisher at seven of UD’s 11 tournaments • averaged 75.17 shots per round, breaking her own UD single season record • led Delaware with six top-10 finishes • shot in the 70’s during 28 of her 30 tournaments on the year • named National 5&10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week on Sept. 9 and Apr. 18 • selected CAA Women’s Golfer of the Week on Oct. 21 • earned PNC Student-Athlete Achiever Award on Sept. 12.
Named the UD Alumni Association Team MVP • won the CAA individual title with an eight-shot victory, as her seven under par 71-71-67-209 was a school and conference record • her final round 67 was also the lowest in UD history, and featured the first eagle in school history • named CAA Championship Most Outstanding Performer and first team All-CAA following the win • appeared in all but one tournament during the season • tied for the team lead with six top-20 finishes • her 75.62 average round is the lowest in school history • tied for third place at the Kiawah Island Spring Classic with an even par 76-69-71-216, and tied for fourth at the Middleburg Bank Intercollegiate • recorded two rounds in the 60’s and 20 rounds in the 70’s during the year • served as team captain along with Amanda Terzian and Baralee Theinthong.
Appeared in all but two invitationals during the year • tied for first place at the Brown dual meet with an 80-72-152 • led the Blue Hens with a fourth place finish at the JMU/Eagle Landing Invitational after carding a 72-74-74-220 • also tied for fourth at the Delaware Invitational with a 72-77-78-227 • fired a career-low round of 72 on four occasions • named CAA Women’s Golfer of the Week on Apr. 2.
Appeared in the final three tournaments during the fall season, averaging 78.88 shots per round • missed the entire spring with a shoulder injury, and redshirted the season • tied for 21st place at the Rutgers Invitational with an 81-76-157 • also fired a season-low round of 76 at the FIU Pat Bradley Invitational • was the Blue Hens’ top finisher at the Indiana Hoosier Fall Classic and tied for the team lead at the FIU Pat Bradley Invitational • earned the UD Team Sportsmanship Award.
Named UD Alumni Association Team MVP • one of four Blue Hens to compete in all 11 events during the year • ranked second on the team with a 79.59 average round • was Delaware’s top finisher at the Rutgers Invitational (9th), The Spider at St. James Invitational (T-7th), C&F Bank Intercollegiate (T-6th), and CAA Championships (T-16) • led the squad with three top 10 finishes and four top 20 finishes on the season • posted 11 rounds in the 70s on the season including a season-low 73 at the C&F Bank Intercollegiate, tied for the lowest round by a Blue Hen on the year • helped lead Delaware to eight top 10 finishes during the program’s inaugural season • named CAA Women’s Golfer of the Week on Oct. 19 and National 5&10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week on Apr. 23.
First team All-Southwestern League and All-Valley Region selection during her junior and senior seasons at Great Oak High School • served as team captain during senior year • member of athletic captains council • qualified for the 2009 California State Championship • ranked No. 215 by Golfweek • posted six top 10 FCWT finishes during the 2010-11 season • earned medalist honors at the FCWT event in Wigwam, Ariz. in January, 2011 • selected second team FCWT All-American.
Andrea “Andi” Slane • born May 6, 1993 • daughter of Brian and Susan Slane • has an older brother, Patrick • father was a pole vaulter at Ohio State • chemical engineering major at Delaware with a minor in biomedical engineering • did not start playing golf until the end of eighth grade • served as an intern over the summer with the department of transportation.