Central Michigan Women’s Golf Team

Central Michigan revived its dormant women’s golf program in 2014 after it sat inactive the prior 31 years. Seniors Kristen Wolfe, Amanda Walsh, Natalie Johnson and Holly Hines – who began the team’s rebirth in the fall of ’14 – will play their final seasons this spring.



  • The Chippewas posted a runner-up team finish – the program’s best since the resurrection – at Western Michigan’s Kzoo Classic (Oct. 2-3).
  • Wolfe (Grand Blanc) and Johnson (Clinton Twsp.) have emerged over the past four years as CMU’s best and most consistent players.
  • Freshman Jami Laude (Ann Arbor) turned in a phenomenal Fall 2017 season, tying the program 18-hole record with a 72 at the season-ending Dayton Fall Invitational. She posted a final-round 75 for a 36-hole 147 total in that event. The 147 is a CMU 36-hole program record.
  • Laude shares the program record 72 with sophomore Danielle Sawyer. Laude also holds the 54-hole individual CMU record, set at the Ball State Cardinal Classic when she shot 74-79-74 – 227.


Provided by Andy Sneddon, CMU

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