Jessica Trein is a talented golfer who made an impact in her first year in the program after transferring from Daytona Beach Community College. As one of two seniors, she is expected to provide leadership for the Golden Knights this year.
As a Junior (2004-05): Trein participated in 10 the 11 events on the year and posted the fourth-best stroke average on the squad at 80.6. She saved her best performance for last as she finished eighth at the season-ending Atlantic Sun Conference Championship in DeLand, Fla. Her best round of the year was a 1-under-par 71 in the second round of the Beacon Woods Invitational, leading the Golden Knights to their best round of the year, a 6-over-par 294.
Prior to UCF: Trein played for coach Laura Brown at Daytona Beach Community College, where she teamed with fellow UCF golfer Kristy McLaughlin. She was an All-American at nationals in both freshman and sophomore seasons and helped DBCC to back-to-back NJCAA national titles. She was a four-year letterwinner at Buchholz High School in Gainesville, Fla. She finished fourth in the state as a senior as her team finished runner-up. She won a gold medal in the Sunshine State Games as a junior golfer.
Personal: Jessica Jean Trein was born February 27, 1984 in Orlando, Fla. and is the daughter of Guy and Vickie Trein. She is a sports and fitness major.
Jessica Trein's Golf Snapshot
Started playing golf at what age: 13
First learned the game from: Pete Dunham
What I like about golf is: The competition
I model my game after: Holly Boot
Lowest round ever: 71
Lowest round in competition: 71
Most birdies in a round: 5
Career holes-in-one: 2
Home golf course: Meadow Brook
Favorite golf course I've played: Grand Cypress
Golf course I'd like to play: St. Andrews
My dream foursome would include: Laura Davies, Emilee Klein and my dad
Most memorable golfing moment: Playing behind Emmit Smith