Hanna Netisingha earned her first career win as a Saluki
SIU will compete at the UIC Fall Invitational and the Loyola Invitational
The tournament win was the first for Cusumano as a Saluki
SIU has three golfers in the top-10
Southern will look to defend their team title from last season
Pronunciation: Shawn-MAY Jin
Competed in seven tournaments, playing 17 rounds...Tied for 6th with a 79 at the SIU-IPFW Dual for her best finish of the season...Shot a 74 in the first round of the South Alabama Invitational for her lowest round of the season...Finished tied for 9th at the Saluki Invitational with two consecutive rounds of 76...Posted 12 rounds in the 70s this season...Had an average of 78.65 for the year.
Competed in 11 tournaments, playing 28 rounds in 2014-15...Tied for fifth place in the SIU/SIUE Dual for her best finish of the season...Carded a 76 in the first round of the Saluki Shootout for her lowest round of the season...Finished the year eight-over par with an average round score of 80.0.
One of only three Salukis and two true freshmen to play in all 34 rounds in 2013-14...Finished the season seven-over par at an average of 79.0...Had the third-lowest single-round score on the team, as she shot a 70 twice...Finished in the top-10 twice, the top-five twice and was the only Saluki to win an individual title (SIU-Murray Dual)...Finished tied for 27th at the MVC Championships...Over her last five matches in the spring she shot 80 or higher only once in 11 rounds.
Prior to SIU
At the time her NLI was signed, was ranked the 66th-best signee in the country by the Junior Golf Scorecard...In 19 rounds of American Junior Golf Association competition, Jin had an average round score of 77.2...Finished second at the College Golf Combine West among some of the best future Division I talent in the country...Has shot two career rounds of 69, once at the 2010 SCPGA Junior Tour Desert Open and again at the 2012 AJGA Junior Open.
Born Jan. 2, 1994 in Qingdao, China, to Zhe and LianYu Jin...Went to high school at Mesa Grande Academy in Calimesa, Calif., where there is no scholastic golf team...Majoring in international language and international trade.