On the golf course, Staci Lynch was known for her outstanding play.


High School: One of the finest junior and local women’s golfers in Clarksville history... went undefeated in regular prep season at Rossview high... finished 12th at the TSSAA AAA State Championships, after winning medalist honors at the regional tournament and finishing second at districts... averaged a one-under-par for her entire prep season... was ranked fourth in Tennessee and 117th nationally according to National Junior Golf Scoreboard.

2006-2007: As a freshman earned All-OVC honors, including being named the OVC Co-Freshman of the Year... ranked first for the Lady Govs in win-loss percentage (.836) and rounds in the 60s... currently ranked first all-time in season scoring average with a 76.3... ranks second all-time in season finish percentage (85.1) and tied for fourth with former teammate Monica Storey for rounds in a season (27)... highest ranked women’s golfer in the Ohio Valley Conference.

2007-08: As a sophomore, Lynch competed in every tournament for the Lady Govs, recording one top five finish, two top-10 finishes, and four top-20 finishes...she tied for first on the team with 22 of 23 rounds counting for the team...her 80.26 scoring average was second-best and eighth-best all time...she ranked second in win percentage (.594).

2008-09: As a junior, Lynch had three top-10 finishes...her best finish came at the F&M Bank APSU Intercollegiate, firing a pair of 75s to finish third...her 80.89 scoring average was second-best on the team...played in 11 of 12 tournaments...her second-best finish came at the NewWave Communications Classic, placing eighth with a 166 (84-82)...during the summer, Lynch teamed up with fellow Lady Govs player Catie Tucker to win the Tennessee Women's State Four-Ball tournament.

2009-10:  As a senior, Lynch played in 10 tournaments.  She finished the year 456W-204L-22T with a winning percentage of .685 - second highest on the Austin Peay Lady Govs Golf Team.  

Perhaps the most remarkable aspect of her high school and college accomplishments is that she did it all with a 33 degree curvature of Scoliosis in her spine.

Staci Lynch comes from a large family of five sisters and one brother. She grew up on the local golf courses, including the Clarksville,TN Country Club, but was never a "country club kid." She began working at a young age to help do her part in such a large family.