Lewis graduated in Finance and Accounting from Arkansas in 2008. Lewis was an extremely gifted amateur and had won All American at her university four times. She participated her first year when she was recuperating from her sickness. In 2005 as a more innovative sport man , she won the Southeastern Conference Tournament. She was given as SEC Freshman Golfer of the Year in 2006. She also won the Women’s Western Amateur. She became the receiver of the Dinah Shore Trophy sponsored by. Later in the school season, she won the 92nd Women’s Southern Amateur. Qualifying for the U.S. Girls open in 2007she ended tied for 93. In 2008 when her senior season began, Lewis once again won the SEC Tournament and was selected SEC Golfer of the Year. She was additionally elected SEC Scholar Athlete of the Golf same year. Lewis developed as professional after she won the Curtis Cup. In 2008 she participated in 7 events on the LPGA tour, completed two T10 and brought in over $248,000. Lewis wasn’t associated to any professional golf tour including LPGA Tour, till 2009. After qualifying the normal procedure she was elected to play in the U.S. Women’s Open In2011, in Kraft Nabisco Championship, her important success, the first of all was recorded. Stacy Lewis was the first former pupil – sportsman female to contribute to the University of Arkansas, an enormous sum of $100,000 or more. She made her contribution to the Razorback golf training facilities. Stacy Lewis shown there’s a fortune out there to be had for girls sport men. In 2009 since she turned professional, her gains estimated at $4,093,442.50. She was adjudged LPGA player of the year 2012, and held Amateur of the year by Golf Digest in 2007. She also won Dinah shore prize in 2007. Besides that, she won Kraft Nabisco Cup in2011, completed T-2 in LPGA Tour in 2012. In 2008 won T-3 at U. S. Girls cup. In 2013 she won Girls British Open. At the Evion Championship she concluded T6 in 2013.