Southern Pines, NC
6 Wins on the LPGA Tour
Virginia Sports Hall of Fame Member
Credits her father, family, Davis Love Jr. and Jack Lumpkin as the individuals most influencing her career...Named 1993 Most Improved Player by Golf Digest...Member of the LPGA Player Executive Committee from July 2001-04, serving as president for the 2003-04 seasons...Inducted into the University of North Carolina Order of Merit in 2003...Inducted into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame in 2005…Married James Tepatti in July 2005…Gave birth to son Connor James Tepatti in 2006…Began teaching at Pine Needles Resort in 2003…Enjoys spending time at home with her dogs and horses. Andrews won the 1983-84 Virginia State Junior Championships and was a five-time winner of the Virginia Women’s State Amateur Championship (1985-89). She was the North- South Women’s Amateur Championship winner in 1984 and 1988 and was runner-up in 1989. As a collegiate player for the University of North Carolina, Andrews won the 1989 Furman University Invitational and was a Second-Team All-American that same year.