Get to Know Senior Anne-Catherine Tanguay

Athletics Communications
By Athletics Communications
University of Oklahoma
APRIL 14, 2014

NORMAN, Okla. -- Approaching the end of a stellar four-year Oklahoma career, senior Anne-Catherine Tanguay will go down as one of the top OU women's golfers of all-time. From Quebec City, Quebec, Tanguay ranks second in school history with her 74.14 career stroke average and is tied for first place with her 125 career par-or-better rounds.

Tanguay earned All-Big 12 and third-team All-America honors last year as a junior and has posted top-10 finishes in an impressive 34 percent of her collegiate events (14 out of 41). caught up with her recently to find out what she's like off the golf course.

 Full Name: Anne-Catherine Tanguay

Nickname: “AC”

Prized Possession: my putter

Three Words That Describe Me: organized, caring , determined

Most Memorable Personal Sports Moment: qualifying for the NCAA Championships our sophomore year

Best Hidden Talent: braiding hair (I braid everyone’s hair on the team)

Guilty Pleasure: ice cream

A Movie Character/Role I’d Like to Play: Catwoman

Most Impressive Person I’ve Met: Sherri Coale 

Craziest Thing I’ve Done: slopestyle snowboarding

A Moment in History I’d Like to Have Witnessed: when Bubba Watson won The Masters (the first time)

Best Advice I’ve Ever Received: “Saying you will do something means nothing. Actually doing it says all that needs to be said.”

Dream Job: professional golfer

Favorite Things to Bring on Road Trips: foam roller, headphones and books

My Personal Anthem: “Roar” by Katy Perry

Favorite Movie: “My Sister’s Keeper”



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