|High School:||George Jenkins|
2010-11: Appeared in six tournaments...tied for 6th at the Sacred Heart Invitational (81, 76)...tied for 16th at the Harvard Invitational (80, 79)...tied for 18th at the Princeton Invitational (77, 75, 78).
2009-10: Appeared in seven tournaments as a junior…Best finish was third place at the Yale Intercollegiate (76-75-151)…Finished 17th at the Ivy League Championship…Best round was a 73, shot at the Nittany Lion Invitational…Averaged 79.83 strokes per round…Following the season, selected to the 2010 Collegiate All-Star Golf Team for the Asia Tour
2008-09: All-Ivy selection…Appeared in all eight tournaments as a sophomore…Finished tied for fourth at the Ivy League Championship with rounds of 76, 77 and 73…Also finished fourth at the Ross Resorts Invite (75-73-82)…Best round was a 73, shot at the Ross Resorts Invite and Ivy League Championship…Averaged 77.23 strokes per round…Following the season, won the sectional qualifier for U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links and advanced to match play…Played in the WWGA Championship…Advanced to the round of 16 of match play in the North & South
2007-08: Appeared in six tournaments as a freshman…Best finish was sixth place at the Lehigh Invitational…Best round was a 77 at the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational…Averaged 82.9 strokes per round…Following the season, qualified for U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links… Finished second on the Collegiate Players Tour at Orange County National…Played in the match play of the North & South Amateur at Pinehurst…Qualified for the National Tournament on the CPT
Before Yale: A 2007 graduate of George Jenkins High School in Lakeland, FL … Lettered all four years…First team All-County in 2006 and received honorable mention in 2005…Received Most Improved Player award in 2004…Captained the team and won the Senior Award in 2006…Wendy’s High School Heisman nominee in 2007…Tom McClurg Award winner for Best Student Athlete in 2006…Received High Honors w/ Distinction all four years…FCWT Academic All-American 2006-2007
Personal: Parents are David and Joanne Boles…Has one younger brother, Charlie, who played soccer for Birmingham Southern College and is now at Rochester Institute of Technology … Father played basketball at the University of Central Florida
Residential College: Silliman
Future Plans: Graduating from Yale and working in public policy or law to help improve nutrition education and end the obesity epidemic. Having fun with life!
Lowest Score: 70
Why She Chose Yale: I wanted to attend an out-of-state school and after my official visit I fell in love with Yale. The residential college system, which is unique to the university, was another reason Yale was my first choice. The majority of students choose to live on-campus because of the supportive environment and life-long friendships the colleges help establish. And upon seeing Handsome Dan for the first time, I knew it was love at first sight.
Other schools officially visited: Georgetown, Princeton, Indiana
Favorite place at Yale: Silliman’s courtyard
My favorite class at Yale: Nutrition and Chronic Disease (Dr. Susan Mayne)
Song: Ain’t No Mountain High Enough
Food: My family’s homemade pizza
Book: Eat, Pray, Love
Golf Course: Ko’olau Golf Club (Oahu, HI)
Place She'd love to visit: Italy