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