Spring 2019 (Freshman): Lawson participated in four of Tech’s five events in the spring, finishing 12 rounds of action… tied the second-lowest round in program history and set the program’s freshman scoring mark after firing a 68 in the first round of the Jan Weaver Invitational (Apr. 5-6)… became just the fourth different Golden Eagle to shoot 68 or better in a round… turned in a season-low 233 behind rounds of 78, 81 and 74 at the Bobby Nichols Intercollegiate (Mar. 17-19)… named the team’s Impact Award winner and Most Dedicated Player… concluded her first season with a scoring average of 79.55.
Fall 2018 (Freshman): Lawson competed in four of the team’s five fall tournaments, completing 10 rounds of play… made her collegiate debut with an 84-80-78=242 at the Chris Banister Fall Classic (Sept. 23-25)… also posted her top finish of the year at the same event, tying for 19th overall… turned in a fall-best 36-hole score of 155 at the Town and Country Invitational (Oct. 29-30), sporting her second top-25 finish of the semester… wrapped up the fall semester with a scoring average of 80.80.
High School: Lawson was a three-sport athlete at Northview Academy in Kodak, Tenn., lettering in golf, swimming and water polo… named All-State in golf in both 2014 and 2017… earned All-State honors in swimming in 2014… led the Northview golf team to top-10 finishes in the state tournament in 2015, 2016 and 2017, including a second-place showing in 2017… also led Northview to three-straight Region titles from 2015-2017… individual, posted a fourth-place finish at the TSSAA Division Small Class Tournament and finished first in Region 2 as a senior… also finished sixth in the TSSAA Class A-AA Tournament in 2015.
Personal: Daughter of Jill Lawson and Greg Lawson… born August 14, 1999… full name is Heidi Elizabeth Lynn Lawson… father Greg played football at Carson-Newman… teamed up with her former high school coach, Jennifer Blanchard, to win the 24th Annual Tennessee Women’s Four-Ball Championship in August, 2019.
Academic: Majoring in political science… named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll twice.