- Three-Time Duramed Futures Tour National Golf Coaches Association All-American, 2011, 2012, 2013
Four-Time All-SEC First-Team Selection (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)
2011 SEC Co-Freshman of the Year
2011 SEC All-Freshman Team
SEC Golfer of the Week Five Times: 2011 (March 17 and March 29); 2013 (Feb. 13, March 27); 2014 (April 7)
Golfweek All-America Team Presented by Titleist: 2013, Third Team
Razorback Red Tie Salute To Excellence Winner: Spirit Award, 2013)
NGCA All-Region: 2011, 2012
National Golf Coaches Association All-Scholar Team: 2011, 2012, 2013
Program record for low round: 63, Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown, 2010-11
Program record for low round versus par: -9 (63), Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown, 2010-11
Program record for low 36 hole total: 131, Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown, 2010-11
Program record for low 54 hole total: 205, Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown, 2010-11
Emily Tubert had a busy summer of amateur events. The senior-to-be
qualified for the U.S. Women’s Amateur reaching the round of 32 before
elimination. She also took part in the U.S. Women’s Open shooting
74-78=152 to tie for 81st in her first Open appearance.
Tubert’s amateur career continued to reach new heights with a pair of
opportunities to represent the United States in 2012. Tubert helped Team
USA win gold at The Spirit International in November. She played against
future Razorback teammate Gabriela Lopez who competed for Team Mexico.
Tubert next took part in the 2012 Curtis Cup representing Team USA against
Great Britain and Ireland. The competition took place in Nairn,
Scotland. She teamed with Amy Anderson and the duo won their first day
match. Tubert returned to the United States and reached the round of 32
at the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship in Neshanic Station,
N.J. Exhausted after the Curtis Cup, she fell 2 & 1 in a back and forth
match. Tubert’s summer continued with a sponsor’s exemption at the
Walmart NW Arkansas Championship. Although she did not make the cut to
the second round, her even par 71 gave her a fighting chance at Pinnacle
Tubert enjoyed a summer of success before coming to Arkansas as a freshman in
2010. Her summer highlights include reaching the round of 32 at the 2010
USGA Women’s Amateur and a big win at the 2010 U.S. Women’s Amateur Public
Links Championship in South Bend, Ind., in late June. She worked her way
through the match play tree winning her final match 3&2. Tubert
followed up the next week with her first look at Blessings playing in the AJGA
Rolex Tournament of Champions. Tubert was tied for the lead after the second
round and finished second overall shooting 74-72-75-73=294 on her future home
course. Tubert was a member of the winning Canon Cup West team in the
summer of 2010 and was first at the Under Armour/Vicky Hurst Championship.
AS A SENIOR (2013-14)
As a senior, Emily Tubert had a solid fall getting one individual win and
another top five finish. The Burbank, Calif., native won the rain-shortened
Mercedes Benz with a four-under 137 with rounds of 69-68, helping the
Razorbacks to the team title. She tied for fifth overall at the Alamo
Invitational shooting a four-under 213 with rounds of 68-71-73. The senior
carded six par or under par rounds in the fall.
As Tubert’s career closed finished her time as a Razorback
with six medalist titles, 21 top-5 and 26 top-10 finishes. Tubert finished with a 72.25 career stroke average
and a 1.05 average versus par. Her low
round of 63 in the midst of a 205 (63-68-74) at the Las Vegas Collegiate
Showdown as a freshman, is a school record and possibly and NCAA record (in
season records not kept).
AS A JUNIOR (2012-13)
Emily Tubert continued her steady play for the Razorbacks as a junior in
2012-13. Tubert competed in all 11 events for Arkansas, finishing the
year with a team-leading 73.41 stroke average while helping the Razorbacks to
their sixth NCAA Championship appearance. Tubert had six top 10 finishes
including a win at the Puerto Rico Golf Classic. She posted a 213 in
Puerto Rico with rounds of 70-70-73 for her third career win.
Tubert tied for third at the SEC Championship and was selected as an SEC Golfer
of the Week twice , First-Team All-SEC, Golfweek All-America honorable mention
and National Golf Coaches Association All-Scholar team member. Tubert
also won the Razorback Athletic Department’s Red Tie Salute to Excellence
Spirit Award. Tubert was a member of the Razorback Athletic Department’s
Athletic Director’s List with a GPA from 3.50-3.99 for the fall 2012 and spring
AS A SOPHOMORE (2011-12)
Tubert picked up her second First-Team All-America, First-Team All-SEC and
National Golf Coaches Association All-Scholar team honors in 2012. She
paced the team to the program’s 10th NCAA Regional Championship and the team’s
fifth NCAA Championship as a sophomore. Tubert led Arkansas with a 72.50
stroke average and shot 0.77 versus par in 2011-12. She had four rounds
in the 60’s and 14 rounds of par or better. Tubert finished her season as
the top-ranked player in the SEC and the second-ranked collegiate player in the
country as a sophomore.
Tubert competed in all but one event for Arkansas in 2011-12, missing the final
fall event to take part in The Spirit International. She opened the fall
with a tie for 16th then a tie for 15th at the Mason Rudolph and Tar Heel
Invitationals, respectively, then vaulted up the leaderboard to a tie for seventh
at the Mercedes-Benz. Tubert opened the spring with a bang and a tie for
second at the Lady Puerto Rico Invitational, the first of five top five
finishes in 2012. Tubert was a member of the Razorback Athletic Department’s
Athletic Director’s List with a GPA from 3.50-3.99 for the spring 2012 semester
and on the Academic Champions List (4.00) in the fall 2011.
AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11)
Tubert wasted no time in making her name known on the collegiate golf scene
during her freshman campaign. Tubert won three tournaments, had nine top 10
finishes, earned All-Southeastern Conference and All-America honors while also
finding a spot on the National Golf Coaches Association All-Scholar Team. Not
bad for someone who had only been playing golf for six years.
Tubert opened her college career with a win at the Susie Maxwell Berning
Classic firing a 211 (69-72-70). She followed up with a runner-up finish
at the Mercedes Benz Collegiate with a 219 (74-73-72) before winning again at
the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown. Tubert stunned the field in Vegas
shooting an 11-under 205 (63-68-74). Her three-day total is the school
record as is her first round 63. Tubert’s mark of 11-under 205 is the
lowest collegiate round in recent NCAA history.
With the spring season underway, Tubert tied for third at the SunTrust Gator
Invitational with a 216 (76-71-69) and had sole possession of third the
following week at the LSU Invitational shooting 219 (78-70-71). Those
events served as a warm-up for her third win of the year at the MountainView
Collegiate shooting 207 (68-72-67), tying the second-best three-round total in
school history. Tubert then went on to tie for fourth-place at the SEC
Championship with a 215 (69-72-74) in Auburn, followed by a tie for third at
her first-ever NCAA Regional Championship with a 219 (75-69-75). Tubert
finished tied for 19th in her first-ever NCAA Championship becoming the lowest
finishing Razorback freshman at the event. She shot 294 (76-73-71-74) tying
the fourth-best score over four rounds in program history.
Tubert led the team in scoring average with a 72.16 mark, and was the
top-ranked freshman in the SEC earning both SEC First-Team as well as SEC
Co-Freshman of the Year honors. She finished the season in the top five
in every single-season statistical category and in nearly all of the career
categories at Arkansas. She holds school records for rounds played (tied
with 37), low round (63), low round versus par (63), low 36 hole total (131) and
low 54 hole total (205). Tubert was a member of the Razorback Athletic
Department’s Athletic Director’s List with a GPA from 3.50-3.99 for the fall
2010 and spring 2011 semesters.
PRIOR TO ARKANSAS
Tubert joined the Razorbacks from Burbank, Calif., where she was a three-year
team captain at John Burroughs High. While competing for her high school,
Tubert earned four MVP honors, is a two-time Pacific League Champion, earned
All-Area Player of the Year in 2008 and 2009, Player of the Decade in 2009, was
an All-Area First-Team in 2007, All-Area Second Team in 2006, reached the CIF
Finals all four years and the State prelims in 2007 and 2009.
In addition to high school golf, Turbert’s career included 14 top 10 finishes
in AJGA tournaments. She is a three-time Junior All-American (AJGA Rolex
First-Team in 2010, AJGA HP Scholastic in 2009 and AJGA Rolex in 2008).
Turbert added the CIF SS 2009 crown to her resume winning the event the day
after she signed. Tubert’s other interests include AJGA Youth Leadership
Club, Girls Scouts of America and Habitat for Humanity. She is a
participant in the California Scholarship Federation, tutoring middle school
math students and she has worked on the Burbank City Rose Float. Tubert
was Prom Queen and the quarterback of the winning powderpuff football team as a
Emily Liliana Tubert is one of two daughters of Marcelo and Lori Tubert.
Father, Marcelo, was born in Argentina, and Tubert has a younger sister, Sarah,
who plays volleyball for the USA National Deaf Women’s Volleyball Team.
She is studying broadcast journalism at Arkansas.