The 2011 graduate finished tied for 39th for Priority Category 17 status
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Entire squad puts finishing touches on local home
Lisa Strom returned to Ohio State as assistant coach in April 2011 and brought 10 years of professional golf experience to the squad as well as four years as a collegiate golfer for the Buckeyes. As assistant, Strom works on a large capacity for Ohio State as she helps out in recruiting, traveling, and working with the student-athletes on all aspects of their games.
As a coach, Strom has helped guide the Buckeyes to three-straight NCAA Regional appearances and two showings at the NCAA Championships (2011, 2012). She has also assisted the team to two tournament victories (Hurricane Invitational and Lady Buckeye Invitational in 2012).
Strom turned pro in August of 2000 and competed in more than 50 LPGA sponsored events as a member of the LPGA Tour (2003, 2007-2010). She earned her best career finish in 2007 when she finished tied for 13th at the Navistar LPGA Classic. Strom carded a career-low 67 on two occasions in 2009 with the first coming in the second round of the LPGA State Farm Classic and the next in the opening round of the Navistar LPGA Classic.
Aside from joining the Tour, Strom also competed on the Futures Tour for seven years. Her best finish came at the 2002 El Paso FUTURES Golf Classic where she finished second. Also, Strom is a three-time winner of the Ohio Women's Open (2007, 2009, 2010) and two-time winner of the Michigan Women's Open (2007, 2010).
After attending Lansdale Catholic High School, in Lansdale, Pa., Strom was a five-year member of the Ohio State women's golf team and graduated with a degree in exercise science in 2000. She was a two-time All-Big Ten and four-time Academic All-Big Ten selection as a Buckeye. Highlighting her career was a first-place finish at the 2000 NCAA East Regional Championship and being a member of the 1999 Big Ten Championship team.