At Princeton -- 2013-14 - Ivy League Player of the Year ... first-team All-Ivy League ... placed second at the Ivy League Championship ... played in six of seven events, leading team in five of the six ... won the Lehigh Invitational for the second straight year ... low round of 69 came at the Longhorn Invitational in Texas and at the Lehigh Invitational, both fall events ... 2012-13 - WGCA honorable mention All-America ... Ivy League Player of the Year ... Ivy League individual champion ... first-team All-Ivy League ... NCAA East Regional qualifier ... NCAA Championship qualifier, the second in Princeton and Ivy League history (Mary Moan '97 in 1997) ... had the highest finish at the NCAA finals in Princeton and Ivy history, tying for 37th at +10 in the tournament held at Georgia ... placed second at the East Regional at -7 ... played in all seven team events, winning the Lehigh Invitational along with Anna Jang as well as the Ivy League meet ... low round of the season came in the second round of the NCAA Regional, where she shot 68 ... led Princeton in every stroke-play event ... 2011-12 - second-team All-Ivy League ... qualified for the 2012 U.S. Women's Open and the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship ... played in the team's final seven events and qualified as an individual for the NCAA East Regional, where she placed tied for 29th overall ... won the Brown Invitational and the Low Country Intercollegiate (S.C.) in consecutive tournaments ... low round of 71 came in the opening round at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Intercollegiate in Texas ... 2010-11 - first-team All-Ivy League ... selected for individual play in the NCAA East Regional ... qualified for the U.S. Women's Open and came within one shot of making the cut ... advanced to match play at the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links and U.S. Women's Amateur tournaments ... finished in the top 10 in seven regular-season events ... placed second at the season-opening Princeton Invitational and at the Brown Invitational ... led Princeton in each of the first seven regular-season events ... At Schreiber -- Competed with the boys team for five years ... helped the team to three straight conference titles ... placed second in the 2010 Nassau County boys high school tournament ... qualified for the 2010 New York State boys championship tournament ... won the 2009 American Junior Golf Association Aldila Junior Open and the 2010 AJGA event at Kingsmill in Virginia ... named among 20 "freshmen to watch" by Golfweek Magazine in Sept. 2010 ... Personal -- Full name is Woo-Jung Shon ... born Mar. 9, 1992 in South Korea ... parents are Won Young Shon and Kae Jeoung Shon ... sister Soomin is a 2008 Cornell alumna ... has played in a total of 12 USGA events (through summer 2013), including three U.S. Girls' Junior tournaments (2007-09), four U.S. Women's Amateurs (2010-13), two U.S. Women's Opens (2011, 2012), and three U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championships (2011-13).
Kelly Shon’s Scorecard
Year Top Finish Low Round Stroke Average
2010-11 2nd 69 74.42
2011-12 1st 71 76.05
2012-13 1st 68 73.22
2013-14 1st 69 73.88
|Hometown:||Port Washington, N.Y.|