Most individuals passionate about golf, especially those within the USC Trojans community, are well-acquainted with the name Allisen Corpuz. This young talent, at the age of 25, spent a significant five years at the University of Southern California, where her prowess elevated her to being one of the most impressive players in her age category throughout each of her seasons.
Corpuz boasted an impressive 71.57 stroke average, garnering well-deserved All-American honors for her exceptional abilities on the green. Displaying her remarkable skills on various occasions, she notably represented the Trojans in events like the Arnold Palmer Cup and Curtis Cup, earning her a prominent spot in the golfing world.
“Allisen Corpuz earned her spot as an automatic qualifier, via the U.S. Solheim Cup standings, to compete for Team USA at the biennial Solheim Cup on September 22-24 at the Finca Cortesin in Casares, Andalusia, Spain. Corpuz will join a list of 12 athletes who are set to compete for Team USA as they face Team Europe at the 18th Solheim Cup. The team is comprised of the top seven players in the U.S. Solheim Cup standings, the top two in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Ranking and three captain’s picks.”
(Via USC Athletics)
Her journey has continued to flourish as she embarked on her professional career, resulting in remarkable accomplishments within just a few years. Notably, Corpuz’s recent selection for Team USA’s Solheim Cup roster marked a historic moment, as she joined the ranks of only four former Trojans players who have achieved this feat. Corpuz’s influence on the golfing arena remains substantial, evoking immense pride from her alma mater. Anticipation heightens as we await her performance in the upcoming Solheim Cup this month.