Roslyn Leitner

Roslyn Leitner

Yr. Jr.
Hometown Dundee, Ill.
High School (Prev. School) Harry Jacobs

2021-22: Did not see tournament action... Earned Valparaiso University Presidential Academic Honors.

2020-21: Golfed in 12 rounds over five events and carded an 89.33 during her first collegiate season… Carded a season-low 75 in her first collegiate round on Sept. 28 at the Lewis Flyer Intercollegiate, a mark that stood as the best round of the season by any Valpo golfer… Became the first Valpo freshman to post of a score of 75 or lower in her collegiate debut since A.J. Selig in October 2011 at the Dayton Fall Invitational… Finished the Lewis Flyer Intercollegiate with a team-best 159 over two rounds while golfing as an individual, finishing tied for third in the event… Member of MVC Academic Honor Roll.

Prep (Athletic): Four-year varsity letter winner… Received all-conference accolades in all four seasons… Was a three-time sectional qualifier in the state of Illinois and qualified for state, also making the cut to move on to the second day of state competition… Team captain and two-time team MVP… Finished 32nd in the state of Illinois and was named the 2018 MCJGA Player of the Year… Was a two-sport athlete, serving as a three-year varsity letter winner, two-year captain and two-year team commitment award winner in basketball.

Prep (Academic): Owned a 3.9 grade point average on a 4.0 scale… Member of National Honor Society… Served as a peer tutor… Selected for a leadership program at Jacobs High School, volunteered with Special Olympics, active member of Immanuel Lutheran Church in East Dundee… Picked by her school principal to sit on a committee to select her school’s next athletic director.

Personal: Is a third-generation Valpo student-athlete, joining her mother Cheryl Wilbrandt and her grandfather Jim Wilbrandt… Cheryl was a member of the women’s basketball team from 1989 to 1993, while Jim played football and baseball in the late 1950s and was an all-conference shortstop in 1958… First stepped foot on Valpo’s campus as a middle school basketball player, when her team participated in the annual Lutheran Basketball Association of America national tournament.