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W7: Mikaela Parmlid

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Our Wilhelmina 7 post of the day is Mikaela Parmlid. It makes sense that Wilhelmina would want to sign Mikaela - she's a player who always makes interesting (and sometimes unusual) fashion choices).

Mikaela is a Swede who played collegiate golf at the University of Southern California. She studied economics and graduated in 2003 - the same year she won the NCAA individual championship and USC won the team championship.

Mikaela's rookie season on the LPGA Tour was 2004, when she had non-exempt status. She has maintained membership since then, finishing 86th and 84th on the money in 2006 and 2007, respectively. She is 95th so far on the 2008 money list, through 11 events.

Check out her Web site.

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