Molyneux, Remylee

Honors & Awards

  • 64th at the Big Ten Championships (2012)
  • Tri-Valley League Champion (2009)
  • Ventura County California Junior Golfer of the Year (2008)

Best Career Finish: Tie for Seventh (2011 Creighton Golf Classic)
Career Stroke Average: 81.79

Sophomore (2011-12)
Remylee Molyneux closed her sophomore season in Nebraska's six, count-four lineup at the Ohio State Spring Invitational and the Big Ten Tournament. At the conference championships, Molyneux finished 64th (82-81-83-246) while helping the Huskers to a sixth-place team finish in a 12-team field in French Lick, Ind., April 27-29. She added a 64th-place showing (89-80-85-254) at the OSU Spring Invite, April 21-22.

For the season, Molyneux finished with an 81.60 stroke average over 15 rounds. She played in nine rounds as an individual outside the Husker lineup.

Molyneux opened her sophomore season by tying for 42nd (244) while playing as an individual at Nebraska's season-opening Chip-N Club Invitational. Her score included an opening-round 79.

She joined the Huskers in traveling to the BYU at Entrada Classic in St. George, Utah, March 19-20. Playing as an individual, Molyneux managed a tie for 54th (80-88-84-252) in a 68-player field. She followed that with a career-best 228 over three rounds at the Mountain View Collegiate, March 23-24. Her performance in Tucson included a career-best 71 in the opening round on her way to a tie for 50th.

Molyneux had an up-and-down freshman season for the Huskers in 2010-11. A talented golfer out of California, Molyneux earned lineup spots for the Huskers in three straight tournaments to end the 2010 fall campaign.

Freshman (2010-11)
Molyneux made an instant impact on Nebraska's lineup during the 2010 fall season. She opened her collegiate career by tying for 29th with a 155 over two rounds at the rain-shortened Chip-N Club Invitational at Wildnerness Ridge Golf Club in Lincoln. Molyneux, who played as an individual outside the NU lineup, fired a season-best 76 in the second round.

She traveled with the Huskers as an individual to the Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invite and managed a tie for 43rd (83-81-80-244). Molyneux earned her first lineup spot at the Johnie Imes Invitational in Columbia, Mo., in early October. She tied for 78th (80-84-82-246), before closing the fall with two more lineup appearances.

She tied for 74th (85-81-84-250) at the Dale McNamara Invitational in Owasso, Okla., before closing the fall with a season-best 236 (77-81-78) at the Alamo Invitational. Molyneux tied for 61st in San Antonio.

Molyneux ended the fall with an 80.79 stroke average over 14 rounds, including nine rounds in the NU lineup. She joined Madeleine Sheils, Kayla Knopik and fellow freshman Steffi Neisen as the only Huskers to play all 14 rounds during the fall season.

She opened the spring season by traveling as an individual to the Kiawah Island Intercollegiate. After opening the tournament with an 85, Molyneux suffered a wrist injury midway through the second round. She finished the round with a 92, before being forced to withdraw from the rest of the tournament. The injury knocked her out of action for NU's tournaments in March.

Molyneux made her final appearance of the season as an individual at the Creighton Golf Classic. She produced a career-best tie for seventh (85-82-167) in the 49-player field in Omaha. Molyneux closed the regular season with an 81.94 stroke average over 18 rounds.

High School/Amateur
A talented junior golfer, Molyneux was the captain of her Oaks Christian High School team coached by Tim Meinert. Molyneux repeated as the Tri-Valley League champion as a senior in 2009, and Oaks Christian shared the Tri-Valley League title. Molyneux won medalist honors in 11 of 15 high school tournaments as a junior in 2008, including the Tri-Valley League crown. She also assisted in coaching the middle school girls golf program at Oaks Christian.

Molyneux was named the 2008 Ventura County Junior Golfer of the Year, winning four consecutive VCJGA tournaments in the summer of 2008, including the Ventura County State Stroke Play Championship. She fired a career-best 71 to win the Thousand Oaks Open on July 8, 2008. She also won a 15-18 California Junior Tour event at Buenaventura at the age of 15.

Remylee is the daughter of Doug and Lorraine Molyneux. She was born in Hong Kong. She chose Nebraska over Campbell, Methodist and New Mexico State. She is majoring in professional golf management at Nebraska.

Molyneux's Career Statistics






Low 18

Low 54







2011-12 15 1,224 81.60 71 228