- Began golfing at age 6.
- Also played tennis, volleyball, basketball and soccer.
- Climbed Mount Nevado de Colima (14,300 feet) and Mount Iztaccihuatl (17,324 feet).
- Competed in two triathlons (swimming, biking, running), two half-marathons (13.2 miles each) and two ecothons (international events in which men and women compete in mountain biking, trekking, swimming, kayaking and rappelling).
- Second Mexican to receive an LPGA Tour Card.
- Youngest ever recipient of the National Sports Award in Mexico in 2001.
- Won her first LPGA tournament on May 16, 2004, the same day her brother Alejandro reach the peak of Mount Everest.
- Started the Lorena Ochoa Foundation n 2004 to fund educational opportunities for children in Mexico.
- Named Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year in 2006.
- Opened the Ochoa Golf Academy in 2006.
- Marcela Ochoa — Mother
- Alejandro Ochoa — Brother
- Javier Ochoa — Father
- Attended University of Arizona, Tucson Arizona, United States
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