|Hometown:||Trebic, Czech Republic|
2015-16: All-Conference-USA Third Team selection as a sophomore... Was named Conference USA Women's Golfer of the Week after notching a ninth place finish out of 216 golfers at the Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Classic, the nation's largest collegiate tournament... Tied for 14th at the Lady Pirate Invite and 15th at the Pinehurst Challenge… Registered an 18th-place finish at River Landing Classic... Took 19th at Golfweek and placed 20th at the Fighting Camel Classic. C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll
SUMMER 2015: Finished fifth in stroke play at British Ladies Open Amateur Championships after shooting 75-68 (-3 under par)… Made the cut at the 2015 Tipsport Golf Masters, Ladies European Tour event, shooting 72-68-72 (-1 under par)… Won 2015 Czech International Junior Amateur Championship… Won 2015 Czech Republic National Match Play Championship… Tied for third in Swiss International Amateur Championship, shooting 78-66-73-71 (even par)… Currently ranked #390 in World Amateur Golf Ranking... Was named a Women's Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar.
2014-15: Third team All-C-USA Selection...Vlasinova posted a 75.9 stroke average and had two top 10 finishes. She tied for sixth at the Fightin’ Camel Tournament and ninth at the Golfweek Tournament....21st at River Landing... Was named to the C-USA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll and also received an Academic Medal for maintaining a GPA above a 3.75.
CAREER: Katerina Vlasinova (Trebic, Czech Republic) is currently the number one ranked Czech Republic junior player. She is a member of the Czech Republic Junior National Team. In 2013 Vlasinova finished second at Czech International Amateur and won the 2013 Slovak Open.
“We are very excited to welcome Katerina Vlasinova to the ODU family. Katerina is a top international talent and I believe she will make an immediate impact and help the women's golf team reach new heights," said Crabtree.
PERSONAL: Vlasinova was also recruited by the University of North Carolina, East Carolina and the University of South Carolina. She is the daughter of Joseph and Martina Vlasinova and has one sister Radka.