2016-17 American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team
2015-16 American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team
|Low Round||76 (2nd)||HBU Husky Invitational (March 28, 2016)|
|Low 36||154||HBU Husky Invitational (March 28, 2016)|
|Low 54||232||HBU Husky Invitational (March 28-29, 2016)|
|Relative to Par||+16||HBU Husky Invitational (March 28-29, 2016)|
|Best Finish||t-11th||HBU Husky Invitational (March 28-29, 2016)|
Fall -- Did not compete. Spring -- Did not compete... Graduated from Houston in May 2018... Left the program for personal reasons following the season.
Fall -- Did not compete. Spring -- Made her season debut at The Dickson at The Woodlands Country Club.. Finished 85th with a score of 232.
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2015-16)
Fall -- Did not compete. Spring -- Made her collegiate debut at HBU Husky Invitational... Posted a score of 232 to lead the Cougars and tie for 11th.
Sat out as a redshirt and did not compete.
BROKEN ARROW HIGH SCHOOL
Competed for head coach Charlie Brown as a senior and for head coach Jim Burdette during her first three prep seasons... Four-time State Tournament qualifier and four-time All-Conference selection... Four-year letterwinner... Graduated in the top 10 percent of her class... Also served as a volunteer for Red Cross, Toys for Tots, Strike Out MS and BA Empty Bowls. Senior (2013-14): Lowered her season average by nearly two strokes from the previous season... Finished with a 75.1 scoring average... Posted an 18-hole low of 69... Led Lady Tigers to their first Class 6A Regional Championship... Named to the Tulsa Area All-VYPE Team... Finished seventh at the Texas-Oklahoma Junior Tournament with a score of 310... Qualified for the Optimist International... Member of Academic All-State Team. Junior (2012-13): Helped lead team to a second-place finish at the Class 6A State Championship... Member of four team championships... Shot a 78 in the rain-shortened event and won a playoff for 10th place... Finished among the top 5 at the Red River Challenge. Sophomore (2011-12): Competed for five team tournament champions. Freshman (2010-11): Played a key part in four team championship and earned her first medalist honor.
Full name is Kailey Diane Collier... Name is pronounced Kay-Lee Coll-Yur... Born in Tulsa, Okla... Daughter of Kathy and Tim Collier... Received her bachelor's degrees psychology and kinesiology in May 2018.