Christine Wolf joins the Chattanooga women's golf staff as a graduate assistant in August 2011 after completing a strong playing career with the Mocs. She is aiding head coach Colette Murray while completing her MBA.
Wolf was a two-time All-Southern Conference performer (2008, 2011) for Murray's Mocs as one of her first recruits. Wolf and teammate Emma de Groot provided a foundation for the program as the first four-year recruits to go through the program Murray began with the 2007-08 season after it was dis-continued in the 1980s.
Wolf won one event, in record fashion, and had a total of 15 top 10s in her four years. She holds the school records for low round (66, -6), 36-hole total (141, -3) and 54-hole score (209, -7). All those records were also tournament records set winning the 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite.
In addition to her stellar collegiate career, Wolf has a stellar amateur record as well. In 2011 alone, she qualified and played in the United States Women's Open which placed her in the U.S. Women's Amateur and U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links. She tied for third in stroke play at the Pub Links reaching the round of 32 in match play.
She has represented Austria multiple times in the European Team Championships and qualified for several British Women's Amateurs. She has earned two wild-card entries into the UNIQA Ladies Golf Open on the European Women's Tour.
Wolf also has a strong academic record. She has numerous mentions on All-SoCon Academic squads, Dean's Lists, Athletic Director's Honor Roll and SoCon Honor Roll.
A native of Igls, Austria, she is not the only collegiate player in her family. Her sister Claudia played at the University of South Alabama and Nova Southeastern.