PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State women’s golf adds Monica Huang to the roster for the upcoming spring season, Cougar Head Coach Kelli Kamimura announced, Wednesday. Huang is a transfer from arch-rival, Washington, where she played one season for the Huskies.
Huang, originally from Taipei, Taiwan, joined the Huskies in January of 2012 and sat out until the 2012-13 season. During her UW career she competed in four tournaments, twice as an individual and twice with the team. Her career best performance came at the Oregon State Invitational playing as an individual where she shot her lowest round score (73) and finished 29th overall.
"We are excited to have Monica join the Cougar family," Kamimura said. "She will add a lot of experience to the team and we are happy that she chose to continue her collegiate golf career at WSU."
Before joining the Huskies, Huang attended Qualicum Beach High School and was ranked 25th in the Canadian Girls Juniors’ Order of Merit. Huang was the Junior Girls Champion at the British Columbia Zone 6 Spring Tour and in 2010 she won the CN Future Links Pacific Championship.
The Cougars spring season kicks off at the Westbrook Spring Invitational in Peoria, Ariz., Feb. 23-24, 2014.