PULLMAN, Wash. – Alivia Brown and BreeLin Wanderscheid have each signed a National Letter of Intent to play women’s golf at Washington State University beginning next fall, Cougar Head Coach Kelli Kamimura announced, Friday.
Brown, a Gig Harbor, Wash., native, is a senior at Bellarmine Prep who has earned three letters in women’s golf (senior season has not taken place). She led the Lions to a state title each year. Individually, she has placed in the top seven at state each year, including a state title as a sophomore. In 2012, she finished second at the junior amateur qualifier/junior America’s cup point’s tournament and first in junior world qualifier.
A senior at Goldendale High School, Wanderscheid was the 1A state golf champion both her sophomore and junior years. She has also participated for the Washington State junior girls’ golf team in the America’s Cup competition, Callaway Junior World Championships, and U.S. Girl’s Junior Championship in 2013. Last season, she was selected as the Yakima Valley Spring Athlete of the Year.
"I am excited to have Bree and Alivia joining the WSU women's golf family next fall,” Kamimura said. “Both players have impressive resumes and are tough competitors. I look forward to having them in Pullman and working with them to achieve their athletic and academic goals. This is a special recruiting class and I know both Alivia and Bree couldn't be more excited to be Cougs and make an impact on the program."