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Jayvie Agojo

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Jayvie Agojo is a senior on the Pepperdine University women's golf team. A native of the Philippines, Jayvie was three times named "Outstanding Women's Golfer of the Year" by the Philippines Sports Writers' Association, while still in high school. She won the Optimist International Junior Golf Championships in 2002 and 2003, was a member of the Philippines National Team, and was the No. 1-ranked junior golfer in her home country.

After hitting Southern California, Jayvie earned All-West Coast Conference honors during a freshman season that culminated in her being named WCC Freshman of the Year. In her sophomore season, she posted five Top 10 finishes. In both her sophomore and junior years, she again earned all-conference honors.

Her senior season is looking like more of the same. Jayvie helped lead Pepperdine to second-, tenth- and first-place finishes in the team's Winter season tournaments. Jayvie herself had a third-place and a sixth-place showing in those three events.

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