Earned first-team All-America honors
Was also named to the NGCA All-American Scholar Team
Was named the Big 12 Player and Newcomer of the Year
Chosen as a first-team all-conference performer
Won her first start as a Cowgirl, closing with a 69 for a 4-under 212 total at the Duramed Fall Preview
Also finished in the top five on three other occasions
Finished fifth at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown after posting a 205 total that included rounds of 69 and 65
Tied for third place at the Wildcat Invitational at 2-under 214
Opened with a 68 at the UCF Challenge where she tied for sixth place
Also tied for third at the Big 12 Championship
Tied for 72nd place at the Ricoh Women's British Open
Won the 2009 European Amateur Championship
Tied for ninth during stroke play at the 2009 Ladies' British Open Amateur Championship
Opened match play with a 2-and-1 victory over England's Lauren Blease and a 6-and-4 win in Round Two over Germany's Stephanie Kirchmayr before falling in her third-round match against Hannah Barwood of England
Was named to the Swedish squad for the 2008 World Amateur Team Championship where she teamed with former Cowgirl Pernilla Lindberg and Anna Nordqvist to win the team title.
Posted a 4-under 140 total at the 2008 Ladies' British Open Amateur Championship to claim medalist honors.
Reached the championship match at the event before falling to Anna Nordqvist, 3 and 2.
Played in the European Ladies Team Championship for the victorious Swedish National Team in 2008.
Competed at the 2008 RICOH Women's British Open.
Tied for 13th at the 2008 Scandinavian TPC hosted by Annika with a 5-under 211 total.
Won the 2007 European Amateur Championship with a 5-under 283 total.
Finished seventh at the 2007 Scandinavian TPC and 11th at the 2006 event.
Competed for the Swedish Junior National Team at the 2007 Mercedes-Benz Women's Championship where she tied for third with Arkansas' Stacy Lewis at 2-under 211.
Was a member of Europe's Junior Solheim Cup squad in 2007.
Won the 2007 European Girls Team Championship
Finished fourth during stroke play at the European Girls Team Championship.
Won the 2006 Swedish High School Championship.
Has won a total of 11 Swedish national championships.
Also played soccer for seven years and floorball for three years.
Born May 13, 1989. Caroline is the daughter of Yvonne and Claes Hedwall. She has a twin sister, Jacqueline, who is a member of the golf team at LSU. Caroline is undecided on her major. She was also recruited by Duke, Arizona, LSU, New Mexico and Purdue.