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Paige Spiranac

(Photos: Instagram/_paige.renee)

The San Diego State women's golf team did a couple things late in the 2014-15 season that brought them attention: They made a trick shot video that went viral within the golf world; and they won the Mountain West Conference championship.

And Paige Spiranac was a big part of both. Here's an Instagram video she posted practicing juggling a golf ball:

At the conference championship tournament, Paige finished in 14th place individually. It was her best showing of the season, but she was a key contributor to the team throughout the year. In the 2013-14 season Paige's best showing was 10th, and she had a best of fifth place in the 2012-13 year.

She was a senior during the just-completed NCAA golf season, so it's off to the real world now for Spiranac. Something tells me we'll be seeing more of her, in some capacity. Her major was communications, so that's a clue.

And here's a compilation "tribute" video of Paige:

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