Connor Atkinson
5-3, Sophomore
Charleston, S.C.

2002-03: Played in seven tournaments as a true freshman, averaging 78.89 strokes per round... Posted a season-best 72 in the third round of the Lady Paladin Invitational... Did not participate in the NCAA East Regional, due to a case of mono... Recorded a ninth-place showing in the Southern Conference Championships.

High School/Junior Golf: Helped her Porter-Gaud squad to the SCISA AAA State Championship as a senior... Team also won regular season championship and placed third in the state tournament in her junior season... Placed fourth at the 2001 AJGA Rome Junior Classic and won the 2001 Junior Azalea... Also played two years of varsity volleyball and led the team to a state runner-up finish as a junior... Named to the AJGAıs 2001 Compaq Scholastic All-America Team and was a member of Porter-Gaudıs Cum Laude Society... Team leader for the 2001 Race for the Cure.

Personal: Connor Snowden Atkinson was born August 15, 1984, in Charleston, South Carolina... Daughter of Bert and Stephanie Atkinson... Father was an NAIA All-American at Francis Marion... Majoring in business administration.

Monique Gesualdi
5-6, Freshman
St. Augustine, Fla.

High School/Junior Golf: Helped her Allen D. Nease squad to three top 10 state finishes in four years... Fired a 69 to win the district title as a senior and tied for first in the region with a 73... Named an AJGA Polo Honorable Mention All-American... Won the Womenıs Western Junior as a junior... Placed fourth at the 2002 AJGA tournament at Furman... Recipient of International Baccalaureate diploma... Member of National Honor Society as a junior and senior.

Personal: Monique Kyna Gesualdi was born July 8, 1985, in New Milford, Connecticut... Daughter of Nancy and Ed Ashe... Undecided on major.

Haley Gildea
5-4, Sophomore
East Greenwich, R.I.

2002-03: Played in four events as a freshman, posting a 78.67 stroke average... Placed 23rd at the Lady Paladin Invitational with a three-round 225 total... Competed in the NCAA East Regional, recording a season-low 73 in the second round.

High School/Junior Golf: Played No. 1 for her co-ed Wheeler School golf team... Four time all-state selection and was twice named All Division for the Southeastern New England (SENE) prep league... Co-captain and teamıs only female all four years of high school...Also played a strong AJGA schedule and was the winner of the 2001 Hartford Jaycees Jr. Classic Qualifier as a junior... Recorded a career-low competitive round of 69 at the New England Womenıs Golf Championship and won the 2000 Nike Jr. Winternational Series #9 at Pinehurst... Also played four years of varsity basketball and was named first team All Division as the starting point guard... In addition, Gildea played two years of varsity soccer and won the Gold Key Award for Ceramics from the Rhode Island Art Education Association.

Personal: Haley Kathleen Gildea was born February 15, 1984, in East Greenwich, Rhode Island... Daughter of John and Ann Marie Gildea... Majoring in health and exercise science.

Tiarna Harman
5-7, Junior
Greenville, S.C.

2002-03: Returned to action after a redshirt season and played in all 10 team tournaments... Recorded a season-best finish of 20th at the Lady Paladin Invitational, where she fired 74-77-73... Saw regional competition for the second time in her career, finishing 68th... Posted a 78.89 season stroke average, 1.5 strokes per round better than her freshman season.

2001-02: Sat out the 2001-02 season, but received redshirt and extra year of eligibility... Placed second in the Greenville County Ladies Amateur at the Links OıTryon during the summer of 2002.

2000-01: Named to the Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll... Posted an 80.3 stroke average in 23 rounds of competition... Recorded two top-25 showings, including 18th at the Southern Conference Championship... Tallied a season-best 73 in the third round of the Lady Paladin Invitational... Best three-round total of the season was 225 at the Bryan National.

High School/Junior Golf: Played number one on the Eastside boys team and was named team Most Valuable Player... Won the Coachıs Award as a junior... Runner up at the USGA Pin Myrtle Beach and was the winner of the Big I Championship and the George Holliday Memorial... State champion in summer of 1999 and made the cut at the U.S. Junior Girls... Member of the National Honor Society and was secretary for the Eastside chapter... Graduated sixth in her class.

Personal: Tiarna Harman was born June 18, 1982, in Atlantic City, N.J... Daughter of Carmel and Rodger Bruce Harman... Majoring in business administration.

Sarah Johnston
5-7, Senior
St. Charles, Ill.
(St. Charles)

2002-03: Had surgery on her wrist in the off season and received a medical redshirt and extra year of eligibility... Enjoyed a very successful summer, winning four tournaments to mark her return to competition.

2001-02: Played through a hand injury in the spring despite a dozen stitches... Finished 11th at the Southern Conference with a 234 total... Season-best 227 came at the Mason Rudolph, where she placed 27th... Shot career-best three-under 69, in the second round of the NCAA East Regional... Recorded a career-best 78.5 season stroke average with a 77.3 mark over the last two tournaments.

2000-01: Played in six tournaments, earning two top-10 finishes... Placed fifth in the Southern Conference Championship with a two-round 169 total, and was eighth at the Lady Buckeye with a three-round 228... Showed steady improvement throughout the season... Recorded a season-low 75 in the first round of the Southern Conference Championship and the first round of the Ohio State Spring Lady Buckeye.

1999-00: Played in three tournaments in the fall, posting an 83.4 stroke average... Recorded season low 77 in the second round of the Golf World/Palmetto Dunes Intercollegiate... Finished 57th at Golf World and 78th at the Lady Paladin.

High School/Junior Golf: Won five invitationals as a prep player at St. Charles High School... Finished second in the state championship... Named all-conference and all-state as a junior and senior... Also played one year of soccer... Receipient of the Human Relations Award and H.O.P.E. member.

Personal: Sarah Lynn Johnston was born August 17, 1981, in Geneva, Ill... Daughter of Ann and Ralph Johnston... Sister, Kelly, played golf collegiately at the University of Florida and was an Academic All-American... Brother, Ralph, played golf at the University of North Carolina... Brother, Brian, currently attends Furman and is a year older than Sarah... Majoring in political science.

Grace Kim
5-7, Freshman
Midland, Ga.

High School/Junior Golf: Led Columbus High to five straight State Championships and five region championships... State medalist in 2002 and 2003 and state runner-up in 2001... Region medalist 2001-2003... Team MVP in 2002 and 2003... Team captain in 2003... Qualified for the 2003 USGA Girlsı Junior Championship... Winner of the 2001 and 2002 Southeastern Invitational Female Championship... Ranked in the stateıs top five... Member of Beta Club, National Honor Society, and National Art Honor Society... Named All-American Scholar... U.S. Student Council Award winner... Secretary of High Achievers International... Four-time alpha scholar.

Personal: Grace Kim was born December 22, 1984, in Columbus, Georgia... Daughter of Kap and Kyong Kim... Undecided on major.

Theresa Paik
5-7, Freshman
Silver Springs, Md.

High School/Junior Golf: Did not play high school golf, but was a 2002 Polo Junior Golf Association Honorable Mention All-American... Won the 2002 Teens on Greens Championships and the AJGAıs Hargray at Indigo Run Championship... Made match play at the U.S. Girls in three consecutive years... Salutatorian of the 2003 Brickhouse Academy Class... Graduated with honors.

Personal: Theresa S. Paik was born December 2, 1985, in Arlington, Virginia... Daughter of Stephen and Rosa Paik... Undecided on major.

Jenny Suh
5-3, Freshman
Fairfax, Va.

High School/Junior Golf: One of the most heralded freshmen in Furman golf history... Ranked 21st by the AJGA... Played in the 2001 Junior Ryder Cup competition... Named MVP of the Chantilly High Boyıs team... Winner of the 2002 Virginia State Boys and Girls Championship... Only golfer to ever win Virginia State Title for girls and boys... Five time girlıs state champion... Had three top 10 finishes in AJGA tournaments during the summer of 2003... Won the 2002 U.S. Girlsı Qualifier... Medalist at the 1999 and 2000 Bobby Bowers Jr. Memorial Qualifier... Posted a 72 stroke average for the 2002 Chantilly High Team... Named Washington Post 2003 Golfer of the Year.

Personal: Jenny Suh was born August 18, 1985, in Alexandria, Virginia... Daughter of In and Jung Suh... Undecided on major.