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University of Miami Athletics

Elisa Villamizar

Class

Freshman

Instagram

@evillamizar

Hometown

Cali, Valle del Cauca, Colombia

High School

Colegio Colombo Britanico

Elisa Villamizar - Golf - University of Miami Athletics

2022-2023 (Freshman): 

Saw action in every spring tournament…Began her career as a Hurricane at the UCF Challenge…Posted a three-round score of 231 (+15), placing T92…Totaled a three-round score of 240 (+24) at the Moon Golf Invitational…Placed T51 at the Gator Invitational…Finished T82 with a three-round total of 236 (+20) at Briar’s Creek…Posted a three-round total of 240 (+30) placing 80 at The Bruzzy…Had season best three-round finish of T51 at the ACC Championships, with a score of 241 (+25).

Before Miami: Played golf for the Club Campestre de Cali and Colombia’s National team…Won the Hugh Cranford International All-Scholastic Award…Placed first in Colombia’s Enrique Bambuco Samper National Championship (2020)…Placed fourth in the La Cumbre International at La Cumbre, Argentina (2020)…Placed sixth at the Doral Public Junior Golf Classic (2020)…Finalist at the Copa Eduarda Herrera (2020)…Semifinalist for the Donovan and El Tiempo Matchplay Cup (2019)..Played volleyball in high school…Honor roll student, National Honor Society member, finalist in the math olympics, semifinalist in the British English Olympics held at Oxford, and IB profile award winner.

Personal: Parents are Irene Vogt and Fabio Villamizar…Has one older brother, Alejandro…Double major in Business Analytics and Finance…Career goal is to be a highly-ranked businesswoman in an international company…Loves to travel and started a cinnamon roll pastry business during the COVID-19 pandemic…Member of Real Estate and Finance club, team leader at UM’s Gandhi Day, and UNICEF club member…Chose Miami for the perfect blend of academic, athletic, and social opportunities for students, as well as the location and the beautiful campus…Favorite athlete is Phil Mickelson because of how he’s able to make “impossible” shots possible.