|High School:||Colegio Merida AC|
2016-17: Participated in nine tournaments, averaging 76.48 strokes over 27 rounds of play . . . Stroke average ranks second on the team and 20th in the Sun Belt Conference . . . Recorded a season-best third-place finish at the Bradley Spring Break Invitational, where she posted a season-low 54-hole score 220 (+7) . . . Collected six top-25 finishes and placed seventh or better in two outings, including a seventh-place showing at the Lady Red Wolves Classic . . . Carded a season-best 71 at the Bradley Spring Break Invitational . . . Athletic Director’s Honor Roll member . . . Women's Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar.
2015-16: Named a First Team All-Sun Belt Conference selection and the league’s Freshman of the Year after ending the season with five top-10 finishes and the conference’s fourth lowest stroke average . . . Became the first student-athlete in the history of the Red Wolves’ women’s golf program to SBC Freshman of the Year honors . . . Also became the first A-Sate player to earn All-Sun Belt recognition since Abi Laker in 2013 . . . Compiled a team-best 75.53 stroke average, which was also the best in school history for a single season . . . Concluded her freshman campaign with a sixth-place showing at the Sun Belt Conference Championships, earning All-Tournament honors . . . Ranked the No. 10 player in the Sun Belt by GolfStat.com . . . Claimed medalist honors at the Lady Red Wolves Classic and collected a top-25 finish in five of A-State’s last six tournaments . . . Posted a low round of 70 two different times and recorded her best three-round score of 216 at the Lady Red Wolves Classic . . . Named a WGCA All-American Scholar . . . Arkansas State Athletics Director’s Honor Roll and Sun Belt Conference Commissioner’s List member.
High School: Competing at Colegio Merida AC, Jimenez Rios ranked No. 11 nationally in the Mexican Golf Federation U16/U18s and No. 2 in the Southeast Region . . . Placed tied for second at the Mexican national Yucatan Cup at El Jaguar CC in Merida, Mexico, and eighth place at the Mexican National Junior Olympics in Puebla . . . Champion at the fourth event of the 2013 Southeast Mexico Regional Ranking Tour at Princepe Country Club, while also claiming medalist honors at the Mexico Regional Tour event at the Yucatan Country Club . . . Results in the 2013 IJGT events in the United States included a sixth-place finish at the Hilton Head Open and a seventh-place showing at the Carolina Championship.