2018-19: Competed in six tournaments and 18 rounds… stroke average of 78.56… season-low round of one-under 71 at the Rose City Collegiate (Oct. 1-2)… tied for sixth place in that tournament after shooting a seven-over 223 (71-74-78)… at the WAC Women’s Golf Championship (Apr. 18-20), tied for 27th place with a 19-over 232 (78-76-78)… tied for 35th place at the Pat Lesser Harbottle Invite (Oct. 15-16) after shooting a 15-over 231 (76-79-76).
2017-18: Competed in seven tournaments and 21 total rounds… stroke average of 79.05… season-low round of even-par 72 at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic (April 2-3)… tied for 14th place at the WSU Cougar Cup (Sept. 18-19) with a three-round score of 228 (74-79-75)… tied for 27th place at the Grand Canyon Women’s Spring Invitational (Feb. 24-25) with a score of 229 (76-74-79).
2016-17: Competed in 10 total tournaments, two of which she played as an invididual... average stroke score was 77.86... best individual finish of the season was a tie for fourth at the Grand Canyon Women's Swpring Invitational (Mar. 11-12) when she scored a 218 (71-76-71)... tied for eighth at the Rose City Collegiate (Sept. 26-27) at 220 (75-73-72)... placed 25th at the WAC Championships with a three-round score of 236 (76-80-80)... had two under-par rounds on the season...
2015-16: Competed in seven tournaments and 21 total rounds during her first season with the Redhawks... average score was 78.76... low round of the season was 74, achieved twice... best finish was a tie for 18th at the Bobcat Spring Invitational (Apr. 11-12)... she shot a three-round score of 231 (74-82-75) at the tournament... finished 25th at the WAC Championships with a three-round score of 238 (84-79-75)...
High School: Wong attended the Methodist Girls School in Singapore, where she competed in the National Inter-School Golf Championship in four straight years. Individually, she finished in second place three times and in third place once while helping her team to two championships (2012 and 2014) and two second-place finishes (2011 and 2013). In the classroom, Wong received the Edusave Award for Achievements, Good Leadership, and Service (EAGLES) in both 2012 and 2013, as well as the COLOURS Award in 2011, 2012, and 2013.
Personal: Wong is the youngest daughter of Wong Bor Shing and Soh Wai Lin, and she has an older sister named Wong Wei Ting. She is a pre-major. Is pursuing a career in psycholog. She speaks three languages and is learning a fourth. Member of the Singapore National Team since 2013.