Giselle Claux

Giselle Claux

Player Profile


Lima, Peru

High School:
San Silvestre




NEW MEXICO: Claux enters her senior campaign and is one of two seniors on the roster.

JUNIOR (2006-07): Claux played in nine tournaments during her junior season ... finished tied for sixth at the Landfall Tradition Tournament after shooting three rounds of 75 ... made three top 20 finishes throughout the year and helped lead UNM to its 13th NCAA Championship appearance last May ... concluded the year with a career high 76.39 scoring average.

SOPHOMORE (2005-06): Claux and Py Bengtsson were the only Lobos to play in all 11 tournaments last year ... ranked 17th in the Mountain West Conference with a scoring average of 77.09, which is 1.10 shots better than her freshman season ... posted UNM's lowest round of the NCAA West Regional, a 1-over 73 in the final round ... 23rd at the MWC Championships at 20-over 236 (82-76-78) ... tied her career-low round of 72 three times, the last time coming at the BYU Dixie Classic ... top finish was 8th at the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational in Hawai'i, shooting 72-73-77=222.

FRESHMAN (2004-05): Ranked 19th in the Mountain West with a 78.19 scoring average her first season of competition ... shot a 20-over 239 at the Dick McGuire Invitational in her first collegiate tournament ... tied for 31st at the Stanford Intercollegiate with a 12-over 222 ... tied for 40th at the Landfall Tradition with a 15-over 231 ... went a perfect 4-0 at the Collegiate Match Play Championship ... she defeated Tarah McNaughton of Florida, 4 & 3, Shannon Boyle of North Carolina, 5 & 4, Teesha Ash of Tennessee, 2 & 1, and Young Pak of UNLV, 3 & 1 ... tied for 48th at the Regional Challenge with a 22-over 235 ... playing as an individual, fired a 238 to tie for 75th at the PING/Arizona State Invitational ... season-best 16th place finish in her first appearance at the Mountain West Championships, carding a 22-over 235 ... shot a 242 at the NCAA Central Regional in her first career postseason action ... named a Mountain West and NGCA Scholar-Athlete.

HIGH SCHOOL: Claux represented Peru in several Junior South American tournaments ... team earned third-place honors at the 2002 Campeonato Copa Los Andes tournament in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ... her team placed third once again at the 2003 Copa Los Andes in Bogota, Colombia ... led Lima golf team to a first-place finish at the 2002 Copa de Oro match-play tournament ... placed third at the 2002 I Torneo de Menores-Invierno tournament ... as a Peruvian team member, she took fourth at the 2003 Junior South American tournament in Montevideo, Uruguay, while also leading the team to a third-place finish ... also partcipated at the 2002 Junior South American tournament in Santa Cruz, Bolivia.

PERSONAL: Born March 6, 1985, she is the daughter of Silvia Cabieses de Claux and Javier Claux Koechlin ... an International Business major ... enjoys watching soccer games, music and water sports.