2007-08 (Senior): Kaelee is playing the best that she has in her college career and will compete for a traveling spot this spring. She continues to work hard and gain confidence. Aegerter's competitive nature and athletic upside should pay dividends in her final semester of collegiate golf. She played in two of five events for UW this past fall, with her best finish coming at the MDA Invitational where she placed 54th. Kaelee is an excellent example of the increased competitiveness of Wyoming Cowgirl Golf on a national level over the past few years. Aegerter won the Wyoming Women's Amateur Championship in the summer of 2007.
2006-07 (Junior): For the second consecutive season Kaelee had a significant drop in her stroke average, nearly two strokes from her sophomore year. During the fall she established herself in the traveling lineup, playing all five events. Aegerter competed in seven total events during the year for UW. She shot her career best round of 75 at the CU/Heather Farr Memorial and her best finish was at the Bronco Fall Invitational where Aegerter placed 46th of 90 players. She continued her success in the classroom, earning All-America Scholar accolades from the NGCA, one of three Cowgirls to do so. Kaelee was also named Academic All-MWC and an MWC Scholar Athlete for the second consecutive year.
2005-06 (Sophomore): Kaelee dropped her scoring average over five strokes in her second season, played in five of 11 events for UW and had a low round of 79 at the Ptarmigan Fall Classic. Her best finish was 44th at the SDSU Lady Aztec Fall Classic. An exceptional student, Aegerter was named Academic All-MWC and an MWC Scholar Athlete.
2004-05 (Freshman): Aegerter spent her freshman season adjusting to collegiate golf. She played in five of 12 competitions for Wyoming and had a low round of 81 at the Colorado/Heather Farr Memorial.
High School: Aegerter was a dominating high school golfer in the state of Wyoming. During her senior season, she won 11 tournaments in a row. Among her victories was the Eastern Conference Championship. A three time All-State selection in golf. The highlight of her high school career came as a senior in the fall of 2003 as she captured the individual title at the Wyoming State Championships. She was coached in high school by her father Kurk Aegerter. Aegerter was also a three year basketball letterwinner and named All-Conference in hoops her senior year. An exceptional student, she graduated from Laramie High School with a perfect 4.0 grade point average. Aegerter was also recruited by San Diego-San Marcos.
Personal: A Laramie native, she was born on July 14, 1985. Her parents are Kurk Aegerter and Julie Norris, and she has two sisters, Ashlee and Macradee. Aegerter is majoring in elementary education, with concentration on early childhood.