Cowgirls begin at CSU for ninth-straight year
Sophomore Posts the Highest Individual Finish of Career
Sophomore Shot a Career-Low 71 (-1) in the Second Round
Junior Duo Finishes at 240 (+24) to Tie for 42nd
Cowgirls Sit 15th in the Team Standings
2012-13 (Senior): Dana Zamprelli finished in Wyoming's top three at six of 11 tournaments during the season, including pacing the team at the first two events. Her top finish was a tie for 29th place at the Mountain West Championship, while her lowest tournament score was a 228 (+12) at the CSU Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic. She shot a season-low 74 (+2) twice during the season. She was the top Cowgirl at the CSU Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic and the UNM Dick McGuire Invitational. She averaged 80.2 strokes per round. In the classroom, she was named to the MW Academic-All Conference team.
2011-12 (Junior): Zamprelli played in nine of UW's 10 tournaments during the season, including finishing as one of the top two Cowgirls in five events. She averaged 78.5 strokes through 24 rounds of play. Her top performance was a 150 (+6) at the spring's NAU Red Rocks Invitational, which included a career-low 71 (-1) in the second round, to finish as UW's top scorer in a tie for second place overall. She also paced the team at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic with a 228 (+12) to tie for 32nd. Zamprelli's two other top-25 finishes during the season came at the Bison Challenge at Paiute with a 158 (+14) for 14th and at the Mountain West Championship with a 233 (+17) for 19th. After the season, Zamprelli was named to the Academic All-MW team.
2010-11 (Sophomore): Zamprelli played in nine of UW's 10 tournaments during the season. In 27 rounds of golf she averaged 79.1 strokes per round to finish in UW's top three five times. She shot her low score of the season twice, as she carded a 230 (+14) at both the UNLV Spring Invite and the Mountain West Conference Championship. Her top individual finish was 28th at at the MWC Championship, as she was UW's third scorer. She notched a career-best 71 (-1) in the second round of the CU/Heather Farr Memorial during the fall for the second-best round by a Cowgirl during the season. After the season, Zamprelli was named to the Academic All-MW team.
2009-10 (Freshman): Zamprelli competed in nine events in her first year of playing Cowgirl golf. Her best tournament came at the Oregon State Memorial, where she finished 34th and had her best round of the season, 79(+7). She shot a 253(+37) in the MWC Championships. Zamprelli gained some valuable experience and should emerge as one of Wyoming's young threats. After the season, Zamprelli was named to the Academic All-MW team.
High School: While at Douglas County High School, she was a four-sport athlete, lettering twice in volleyball and basketball, once in swimming and all four years in golf. During her golf career, she led her team to the league championships twice, in 2006 and 2007, as well as the regional championship in 2007. The same year, Douglas County was the state runner-up for the 5A division. Zamprelli was a one-time first-team all-conference team member, and added a second-team selection in 2006-07. She also was named to the Colorado Junior Golf Association Academic All-Star team.
Personal: Dana was born March 1 in Albuquerque, N.M., to her parents Debbie and Paul Zamprelli. She has one sister, Jenna, who is currently a senior on the Cowgirl golf squad. Dana is a nursing major.