Junior Season (2004-05)
Recorded a breakout season in which she became one of Conference USA's top women's golfers ... named third team all-conference after four top 10 finishes in 11 events in junior season ... became the first UAB women's golfer to ever be named the league's player of the week after back-to-back top-10 finishes at the Buffalo Rock Southern Shootout and the Waterlefe Invitational ... captured her first career tournament win at the Miss Louis Season Opener in Hattiesburg, Miss., in February ... began spring season with four of seven rounds at or below 75, which was her previous career low ... notched a new career low round of 72 in the second round at the Waterlefe ... dropped scoring average almost four full strokes from sophomore season ... opened season with a 77 in first round at Ann Rhoads Intercollegiate ... finished fall with six consecutive rounds at 78 or better ... notched first top-10 finishe with a tie for 10th place out of 59 golfers at the John Kirk/Lady Panther Invitational in the fall ... named to Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Sophomore season (2003-04)
Competed in all ten tournaments as a sophomore, averaging 81.46 strokes per round ... tied for 5th place with rounds of 81-76 at the Miss Louis Season Opener ... finished in 21st place after firing rounds of 84-82-82 at the Conference USA Championship ... shot rounds of 81-80 and tied for 32nd place at the Samford Intercollegiate ... tied for 33rd place in the Ann Rhodes Intercollegiate at the University of Alabama after rounds of 83-82.
Freshman Season (2002-03)
Had a season-best finish at the South Alabama Lady Jaguar Invitational, finishing 15th ... had season-low round of 75 at the Louisville Cardinal Cup ... finished season with a scoring average of 83.03.
Attended Wellington School where she was coached by Bill Rounis and Marty Cross ... was named women's golf team MVP as a senior ... also was named the female senior athlete of the year ... named to the honor roll each of her four years while in high school ... also played volleyball and softball.
Full name is Janey Lynn Deimling ... born March 6, 1983 in Kelowna, B.C., Canada ... daughter of David Deimling and Pam Marleau ... came to UAB because of weather and coach Kim Wilcox ... majoring in chemistry.