Fourth-year member of the Blue Hens who has earned three letters • has appeared in 26 tournaments through her first three years • her 78.52 average round is currently the second lowest in school history.
Competed in seven tournaments for Delaware, ranking fourth on the team with a 78.86 average round • tied for ninth place at the Delaware Invitational • also tied for 23rd at the Nittany Lion Invitational, and tied for 29th at the Diane Thomason Invitational and CAA Championship • tied her career-low round of 72 during the final round of the Kiawah Island Spring Classic • also participated in the Kiawah Island Spring Classic, UNF Collegiate and NCAA Bryan Regional.
Appeared in all but one tournament during the year • ranked sixth on the team with a 78.73 stroke average • tied for 14th place at the Tignanelli Towson Invitational and River Landing Classic • tied her career low round with a 72 during the opening round of the River Landing Classic • also was 19th at the Delaware Invitational • recorded 14 rounds in the 70’s on the campaign.
One of three Blue Hens to appear in all 10 tournaments during the year • ranked fourth on the team with a 78.04 average round • led the Blue Hens by finishing fifth at the UNCW Seahawk Classic with a 76-73-77-226 • was seventh with a 76-76-76-228 at the Delaware Invitational • carded a season-low 72 during the opening round of the JMU/Eagle Landing Invitational.
Earned medalist honors at the IMG Leadbetter Golf Junior Tour in February, 2011 and the HJGT at Tara Preserve in October, 2011 • finished 13th at the Orange Bowl International Junior Championship in December, 2012 • was 17th at the Doral Publix Junior Classic during that month • placed 20th at the 2012 South American Amateur Championship in Colombia • was fifth at the South American Junior Championship in Bolivia.
Vitoria Branco Teixeira • born May 5, 1995 • daughter of Luiz Teixeira and Antonia Cupello • chemical engineering major at Delaware • team representative to Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) with in 2015-16.