Kota Kinabalu, Sabah Malaysia
S.M. All Saints
2013-14: An Atlantic Sun Conference first-team selection, Chin capped a fantastic sophomore season with an individual title in the Atlantic Sun Conference Championships, helping the Bucs to their second-straight league victory ... posted the team's third-best stroke average of the year at 75.2 ... her low round of the season was a 67, coming in the first round of the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate ... enjoyed four Top 10 finishes on the year. 2012-13: Enjoyed a successful freshman season at ETSU, earning second-team All A-Sun honors and being selected as the conference's freshman of the year ... she finished third on the team in stroke average at 76.1 and posted four Top 20 finishes ... her best showing of the season was a tie for second at the Palmetto Intercollegiate ... she twice posted a low round of 71 during the year. Prior to ETSU: Chin won the 2012 Labuan Amateur Open as an individual and later helped her home state of Sabah capture first place in the Malaysian Games … she represented Malaysia in the World Amateur in 2010, and later that year also played in the British Junior Open, the Asian Games, and the Asia Pacific Junior Open. Personal: Born Dec. 30, 1994 … daughter of Chan Song Chin and Pit Mui Wong … major is sports management.