SEC Community Service Team | 2015, 2016, 2017
Eight-time selection to University Honor Roll
Low Round: 71 (First round of the SEC Championship)
Low Tournament: 217 (71-72-74 at the SEC Championship)
Best Finish: 24th (SEC Championship)
Low Round: 69 (Second round of Darius Rucker, March 8, 2014; First round of the Alamo Invitational Oct. 24, 2014); Third round of the Powerade Cougar Classic (Sept. 18, 2014)
Low Tournament: 210 (70-70-70 at Schooner Fall Classic, Oct. 2-4, 2014)
Best Finish: T8th (Lady Puerto Rico Classic, Feb. 13-15, 2015)
AS AN AMATEUR
As an amateur prior to joining the Razorbacks for the fall semester, Summar Roachell had a chance to play with her future teammates at an event…Roachell took part in the North-South Amateur Championship but was eliminated in the first round of match play…Roachell took part in a U.S. Women’s Amateur qualifier but did not advance. Turned professional after her graduation in May 2017.
AS A SENIOR (2016-17)
Did not play in the fall … Played in every spring event … Carded 16 rounds in the spring of her senior year … Two rounds of par or better … Best finish of the season is a tied for 24th at the SEC Championship … Graduated in May 2017 with a marketing degree.
AS A JUNIOR (2015-16)
Two-time selection to the SEC Women’s Golf Community Service Team … Competed in every event since joining the team … Six-time member of the University’s Athletics Department Academic Honor Roll … Career-best 74.64 season stroke average as a junior … Season-best 71 six times as a junior … Best finish at the SEC Championship was a tied for 48th overall as a junior … Made her third NCAA Regional appearance … Best NCAA Regional finish was a tie for 38th in 2014 … Ranks 40th in the SEC, 157th in Golfstat.com and 139th in Golfweek.com
AS A SOPHOMORE (2014-15)
Played in all four events in the fall … Shot a season-best 210 with rounds of 70-70-70 at the Schooner Fall Classic helping the Razorbacks to a runner-up finish … Finished the fall with a 72.25 stroke average….Played in every spring event…Posted season-best 69 twice at the Cougar Classic and the Alamo…Was a member of the Razorbacks NCAA Regional and Championship qualifying teams…Selected to the 2015 SEC Community Service team…Finish season with a 75.22 stroke average.
AS A FRESHMAN (2013-14)
Roachell wasted no time in having an impact on the Razorback women’s golf team…The true freshman competed in all four events this fall helping Arkansas to a four top six finishes and one team title…Her best finish was a tie for 19th at the rain-shortened Mercedes Benz with rounds of 72-74 for 146…She carded an eight-over 224 at the Alamo Invite matching her best round, 72, on the final day…Rochelle took her success into the spring with solid finishes in ever tournament…In her first NCAA Regional event, Roachell was the team’s low score in the first round and finished the week with a 12-overall 228 to tie for 38th overall…Her spring ended with Roachell shooting 75.63 with 4.04 score versus par in her first season.
PRIOR TO ARKANSAS
A 2013 Conway (Arkansas) High graduate, Roachell’s amateur and prep accolades are many but one of the highlights was her selection to the U.S. Junior Solheim Cup Team…The 12-member team represented the United State against Europe in Ireland…Roachell was also a four-time Class 7A State Champion, four-time all-state and all-conference selection, a two-time Rolex Junior All-American (2011, 2012) and she is the youngest player to win the state match play for juniors…Roachell paced the Wampus Cats to four conference titles and four state runner-up finishes in high school…Roachell’s 2012 amateur career includes four top five finishes in seven events…She won the Bubba Conlee National Junior in Bartlett, Tenn., shooting a 212 with rounds of 71-70-71…Roachell placed second at the AJGA Under Armour/Hunter Mahan Championship and was third at the AJGA Stacy Lewis Junior Open…Roachell placed fifth at the AJGA Under Armour/Vicky Hurst Championship as well.
Born Nov. 22, 1994, Summar Nichole Roachell is the only child of Bill and Lisa Roachell of Conway, Ark….Roachell plans to major in business or sport management and lists former Razorback Stacy Lewis as her favorite athlete.