In Hong Lim
In Hong  Lim


Melbourne, Australia

High School:
Ashwood Secondary School

Human Nutrition

Ohio State Career Honors: Second Team All-Big Ten (2010) ... First Team All-Big Ten (2009) ... Big Ten Sportsmanship Awardwinner (2009, 2010, 2011) ... NGCA All-American Scholar (2008) ... three-time Academic All-Big Ten (2009, 2010, 2011) ... four-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011).

2010-11 (Senior Season): Competed in all 13 events ...opened season with tie for 15th at Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire Invitational (Sept. 17-18) ... followed with tie for eighth at William K. Warren Irish Invitational (Oct. 2-3) ... opened Lady Northern Invitational (Oct.11-12) with season-low round of 2 under 70 ... then added rounds of 72-73 to conclude tournament tied for fourth with career-low 54-hole score of 1-under 215 ... led Buckeyes at three events ... concluded the Big Ten Championships (April 22-24) in tie for 11th ... finished the 2011 NCAA Central Regional tied for 71st with an 18-over 234 ... had the team's second-best score at the 2011 NCAA Championships, finishing tied for 74th with a 307 (+19)... posted a stroke average of 76.56 ... had 32 of 40 rounds count toward team score ... Buckeye co-captain.

2009-10 (Junior Season): Posted second-lowest stroke average on the team at 75.53 ... one of two Buckeyes to compete in all 34 rounds over 11 events ... 29 of her rounds counted towards the team score ... was the top Buckeye finisher at five events ... all of her rounds were in the 70s ... had five top 15 finishes, including two in the top 10 ... opened the season by tying for sixth at inaugural Golfweek Conference Challenge with season-low 54-hole score of 3-over 219 (Sept. 13-15 ) ... concluded the tournament with a 2-under 70 for her lowest round of the season ... tied for 14th with a score of 6-over 222 at the Central District Invitational (Feb. 22-23) ... recorded three top-15 finishes in a row starting with a tie for 14th at the Bryan National Collegiate at 5-over 221 (April 2-4) ... followed with a tie for fourth at the Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational (April 17-18) ... then tied teammate Vicky Villanueva for 11th place at the 2010 Big Ten Championships after carding rounds of 72-74-77-76 for a sum of 11-over 299 (April 23-25) ... concluded season tied for 49th at the NCAA West Regional (May 6-8).

2008-09 (Sophomore Season): Led the Buckeyes with the lowest stroke average on the team at 77.24 ... played in 29 rounds ... concluded the season as the 66th individual according the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings ... won the Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational with a career-low 54-hole score of 217 (April 18-19) ... earned Big Ten Golfer of the Week honors for her victory at the Lady Buckeye ... carded Ohio State's lowest round of the season with a 68 in the opening round of the Lady Buckeye ... led the team at five events and notched two Top 10 performances ... tied for 11th at the Central District Invitational at 8-over 224 (Feb. 16-17) ... tied for third with a 72 at the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic, which was reduced to a single round because of weather (March 29) ... tied for 20th at the Big Ten championships (April 24-26) and to lead the team at the NCAA Central Regional (May 7-9) on Ohio State's own Scarlet Course ... withdrew with an injury after two rounds at the NCAA championships.

2007-08 (Freshman Season): Played in 21 rounds with a 77.28 stroke average ... fired a season-low score of 71 during the second round of the Big Ten championships and tied for 10th, her season-best finish, at the event (April 25-27) ... played in the last four tournaments of the season, including the NCAA West Regional (May 8-10).

Prior to Ohio State: Claimed the title in three tournaments in 2003 including the New Zealand Under-21 Plate championships, the Wellington Regional Secondary School championships and the South Island Under-23 championships ... won the 2004 Victoria Junior championship and the School Sports Australia Golf championship, in which she was the girls' 36-hole stroke champion ... two-time Riversdale Cup champion in 2006 and `07.

Personal: Daughter of Young Soo Lim and Yong Sook Kim ... born in South Korea, moved to New Zealand when she was 13 years-old ... favorite past times include listening to music, surfing the internet and shopping ... has ambitions of playing professionally and pursuing further education.