The Pepperdine junior was cut after the third round.
The junior All-WCC performer is tied for 103rd place.
The junior standout is tied for 97th after the first round.
The junior on the women's golf team begins play at nationals on Friday.
The Waves' junior finished in a tie for sixth place at the NCAA Regional.
Todd Drexler's photos of Hira Naveed at the NCAA Championships in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Photos of Hira Naveed by Todd Drexler at the NCAA Championships in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Photos of Hira Naveed at Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Photos by Todd Drexler.
Owen Main's photos of the Waves at the San Luis Obispo Country Club.
Jeff Golden's photos of the Waves at Santa Ana Country Club.
CAREER: A three-time All-WCC first team pick ... Through three seasons, has a career scoring average of 74.14, which ranks #6 in program history ... Has played in 31 events and 83 rounds ... Has totals of nine top-10 finishes, 15 top-20 results and 16 below-par rounds ... Is tied for 10th all-time in below-par rounds.
PEPPERDINE 2017-18: Made the All-WCC first team again as a junior ... Ranked #90 nationally by Golfstat and #104 by Golfweek/Sagarin ... Led the team with a 73.94 scoring average in 33 rounds ... Was the only Wave in the lineup for all 11 team events ... Led the team with seven top-20 results and seven below-par rounds, and tied for the lead with four top-10 finishes ... Tied for sixth at the NCAA San Francisco Regional with a 5-under 211 (72-67-72), which qualified her for the NCAA Championships as an individual ... Her 5-under 67 in the second round of the regional was a season-best and tied Pepperdine’s NCAA postseason record ... Tied for second at the WCC Championships (75-71-75=221) ... Tied for seventh at the Golfweek Conference Challenge (70-74-72=216) ... Tied for ninth at the Silverado Showdown with a 1-under 215 (70-75-70) ... WCC Golfer of the Month for April ... Went 3-0 in match play at the SDSU March Mayhem ... Tied for 98th at the NCAA Championships (80-78-75=233) ... Earned WCC Commissioner’s Honor Roll “bronze” honors ... A Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete.
PEPPERDINE 2016-17: Earned All-WCC first team honors for the second straight time as a sophomore ... Posted a team-best 74.10 scoring average ... Ranked #88 by Golfstat and #108 by Golfweek/Sagarin ... Played in all 12 events and 30 rounds ... One of two Waves in the lineup for every round ... Led the Waves at five tournaments ... Also had a team-best five top-20 finishes ... Had two top-10 results and six below-par rounds ... Took second place at the Ron Moore Intercollegiate (70-70-72=212) ... Tied for fourth at the WCC Championships (71-72-76=219) ... Tied for 43rd at the NCAA Albuquerque Regional (72-76-79=227) ... Tied for 32nd at the NCAA Championships (74-80-76=230) ... Led the Waves at the WCC and NCAA Championships ... Best round was a 2-under 70, which she posted three times ... Best 54-hole showing was 4-under at the Ron Moore Intercollegiate, and 1-under at the Dick McGuire Invitational ... Earned WCC Commissioner’s Honor Roll “bronze” honors and was a Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete.
PEPPERDINE 2015-16: Enrolled at Pepperdine at the semester break and collected All-WCC first team honors as a freshman ... Finished second on the team with a 74.55 scoring average in 20 rounds ... Was in the lineup for all seven spring tournaments ... Was also second on the team with three top-10 finishes, all of which came in a row and either led or shared the team lead at each event ... Tied for fourth at the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational with a 4-under 212 (69-71-72), tied for seventh at the Silverado Showdown (71-73-74=218) and tied for ninth at the WCC Championships (72-77-73=222) ... Tied for 42nd at the NCAA Stanford Regional (77-73-74=224) ... Her 4-under at the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational was her best 54-hole score and the 3-under 69 in the first round there was her best 18-hole score ... Earned WCC Commissioner’s Honor Roll “bronze” honors.
AMATEUR/JUNIOR GOLF: Tied for eighth at the 2017 Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship ... The 2015 Western Australia Junior Girls Golfer of the Year and the region’s top-ranked junior … Won at both the 2015 Dunes Medal and Victorian Junior Masters events … Second at the 2015 Tasmanian Open and 2015 Victorian Junior Championships and third at the 2015 Srixon International … Was the top 17-year-old at the 2015 Aaron Baddeley International Junior Championship, and helped Australia to the team victory … Competed at the 2015 Western Australian Open, a men’s event … Set course records at Cypress Lakes Golf Club (-7) and Rockingham Golf Club (-8) … Went undefeated in the 2015 Australian Teams Interstate Series.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Como Secondary College, located in Western Australia, in 2015.
PERSONAL: Born in New Zealand … Daughter of Naveed Mirza and Azra Jabeen … Has one sibling, Alina … Chose Pepperdine because of “the positive reputation of its academics and athletics. I find that the coaches understand my game really well and simplify things for me, which is really beneficial for my game. I believe I will improve as a golfer and as a person throughout my years at Pepperdine, and will achieve my aspirations of becoming a successful professional golfer.”
FAVORITES: Enjoys watching movies … Favorites include Rory McIlroy (pro golfer), the Royal Melbourne Golf Club (course), The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime (book), Fast and Furious series (movies), Modern Family (TV show), Italian (food) and Australian Football (sport other than golf) … Favorite thing about golf is “the competitiveness.”