Celina Sattelkau - Women's Golf - Vanderbilt University Athletics

Celina Sattelkau

Class Sophomore
Hometown Neustadt, Germany
High School Kurpfalz Gymnasium Mannheim
Major Psychology

Student-Athlete Features
Vanderbilt Hustler — Celina Sattelkau’s ‘Winning Formula’

As a Sophomore (2020-21)

  • Spring 2021 Dean’s List
  • Golfweek Third Team All-America
  • Women’s Golf Coaches Association honorable mention All-American
  • First Team All-SEC
  • Advanced to the fourth and final round of the NCAA Championships after shooting 3-over-par and tying for 23rd overall; finished tied for 53rd after 72 holes
  • Finished tied for 11th (+2) at the Columbus Regional to advance to the 2021 NCAA Championships as an individual
  • Shot 13-under-par at the SEC Championships to finish third in stroke play
  • Finished tied for third at the FAU Paradise Invitational with a 3-under, 213
  • At the Lady Gators Invitational, tied for eighth
  • Finished tied for 10th at the Gamecock Intercollegiate with a 1-over-par 217
  • Came in a tie for 10th at the LSU Tiger Golf Classic at 1-over-par
  • Tied for 11th at Blessings Collegiate Invitational with a +6
  • Shot a 3-over 219 to tie for 13th at the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic
  • Finished tied for 33rd at The Ally at Old Waverly with a 221, +5
  • Fall 2020 Dean’s List

As a Freshman (2019-20)

  • Scoring average (6 rounds): 74.50
  • Low round: 71 (third round, Windy City Collegiate Classic)
  • Low 54-hole total: +4, 220 (Windy City Collegiate Classic)
  • Tied for 35th at Windy City Collegiate Classic
  • Tied for 46th at Mason Rudolph Championships

The Sattelkau File

  • Full name is Celina Rosa Sattelkau
  • Daughter of Wilhelm Sattelkau and Bettina Frielingsdorf-Sattekau
  • Dad and mom are owners of an IT firm in the international automotive business industry
  • Earned Best Chemistry Junior/Senior Class Award
  • Selected Vanderbilt over Indiana, Wake Forest, North Carolina and California
  • Started playing the violin at the age of three and played field hockey for several years prior to turning focus to golf
  • Highest World Amateur Golf Rating: 241
  • First non-English winner of the 2018 English Girls Open Championship
  • Finished T-9th at the 2018 British Ladies Open Championship (now known as The Women’s Amateur)
  • Finished 3rd at the 2017 Italian Ladies Open Championship
  • Member of the German National Team since 2016
  • Highest ranking (2018 full season): first in National Junior U-18 rankings, top 10 Europe (U-18)
  • Fired course-record 65 (-7) while finishing third individually at the 2018 European Girls Team Championship
  • As Germany team captain, finished second in stroke-play qualifying at 2019 European Girls Team Championship, helping team to fourth place result 2019
  • Represented Germany at the 2017 European Young Masters
  • Germany Nations Cup winner at 2019 German International Ladies Amateur Championship
  • Germany Nations Cup runnerup at the 2019 German Girls Open
  • Fourth at the 2017 Doral Publix Junior (16-18)
  • 2018 German Ladies Matchplay Championship runnerup
  • 2015 German School Champion, two-time event runnerup (2016, 2017)
  • 2017 Interstate Championship champion
  • Five-time German Team Champion  (U-14 twice, U-16, U-18, Ladies)
  • Third at the 2018 German National Girls Championship