Nevada 2011-12: Enters her final season with the Wolf Pack. 2010-11: Did not compete in any events. 2009-10: Made two appearances on the season ... Went through some swing changes in the fall and winter and did not see any action in the fall season ... Saw her first action of the season at the Nevada-UC Davis Challenge, shooting a five-over 77 to tie for eighth ... Finished 35th at the WAC Championship. 2008-09: Earned WAC All-Academic honors ... Played in all nine events as a true freshman ... Her best finish came at the Northwest Inland Cup where she tied for 24th in her collegiate debut ... Turned in a scoring average of 81.33 ... Carded a season- and career-low round of 75 at the WAC Championships where she finished 33rd.
High School/Junior Golf A 2008 graduate of Centennial High School in Las Vegas ... Won the Nevada NIAA state championship as a senior after turning in top 10 finishes in each of the previous three years ... Four-time NIAA all-state selection ... Was named the NIAA Player of the Year as a junior ... Was awarded the U.S. Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award ... Was the NIAA Regional champion her junior year and the runner-up as a sophomore and senior ... Lettered and was her team MVP all four years of high school ... Captained her team as a senior ... Scholar-athlete who graduated with the high honors medallion ... Ranked in the top five of her graduating class with a 4.6 GPA ... Was ranked in the top 100 nationally ... Qualified for the Junior World Championship three times (2005-07) and the USGA Girls Championship (2006) ... Was the Southern Nevada Junior Golf Association Player of the Year in the summer of 2006 ... Qualified and participated in seven AJGA events.
Personal Born Alexandra Caroline Borcherts ... Daughter of Robert and Caroline Borcherts ... Has two older sisters, Rachel and Erin, who both played golf collegiately ... Enjoys snowboarding, working summer golf camps, volunteering at hospitals and serving as the chair on the student-athlete advisory council ... Studied abroad in Costa Rica for five weeks in the summer of 2010.