Rattika Sittigool
Rattika Sittigool
Year: Fr.
Hometown: Chiang Mai, Thailand
High School: Nakornpayap International School
Major: Business Economics

2018-19 (Freshman): Participated in 11 tournaments and 24 rounds…named Second-Team All-Horizon League…averaged 77.3 strokes per round…ranks as the eighth-lowest single-season average in program history…earned four top-10 finishes…finished 12th in her collegiate debut at the Roseann Schwartz Invitational with a two-round 151 (75-76)…tied for 16th at the Dayton Fall Invitational with a two-round total of 151 and a season-low round of 70…posted a 3-0 record at the Motor City Cup Match Play event…three-round 218 (71-74-73) at the Kiawah Island Spring Classic ranks as the third-lowest 54-hole performance in school history…fired a two-round 152 (73-79) to finish tied for sixth at the Benbow Invitational…carded an 80 at the Savannah State Spring Invitational to finish tied for seventh…tied for eighth at the Indiana State University Invitational with a two-round 148 (71-77)…recorded a 77 at the YSU Spring Invitational to finish tied for seventh…tied for 25th at the Horizon League Championships with a three-round total of 249 (80-83-86)...earned her first letter.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended the Nakornpayap International School in Thailand...played a handful of tournaments in the United States during the summer of 2017, including a first-place finish at the Hurricane Junior Tournament at Augusta State with rounds of 73 and 72...earned a runner-up finish at the Hurricane Junior Tournament at Duke with rounds of 75 and 73...was also a 2016 qualifier for the Optimist International Junior Golf Championships where she finished in a tie for 29th.

More about Rattika:

Why I chose YSU: They have a great golf program and a great coach. I also love the environment around the university. 
The best thing about Coach Miklos is: He is always there to take care of whatever I need and he has a great personality.
The best thing about being a Penguin golfer: The opportunity to experience new challenges and play with the great people on our team.
The best thing about going to school at YSU is: Having new experiences and getting to know a lot of new people.
At 150 yards, I pull out my: 7 iron
My favorite club in my bag is: 8 iron
My favorite golf course: Santiburi Country Club (Chiang Rai, Thailand)
My favorite golfers: Adam Scott and Jordan Spieth
My golf superstitions/rituals are: None.
Person I would love to play a round of golf with: Adam Scott
My greatest sports moment: When I knew that Coach Miklos was interested in recruiting me to YSU.
Best career competitive round: 70 (-2) at Gassan Legacy Golf Club in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Hobbies: Listening to music and watching Netflix.
Post-college plans/ambitions: Find a wonderful job.