Cougar Women's Golf Adds In-State Recruit
Nov. 19, 2012
PULLMAN, Wash. - Cherokee Kim has signed a National Letter of Intent to play women's golf at Washington State University beginning next fall, Cougar Head Coach Kelli Kamimura announced, Monday.
A native of DuPont, Wash., Kim competed four years at Steilacoom High School. She owns three titles and one runner-up finish at league championships.
"We're excited about Cherokee joining the WSU family," Kamimura said. "She is a talented and experienced player and also an excellent student in the classroom. Cherokee is a great addition to the program and I look forward to her coming to Pullman next fall."
Kim captured an individual championship was runner-up twice at the 2A state championships. A four-year team MVP, she qualified to the USGA Women's Amateur and the USGA Women's Amateur Public Links. Twice, she was named South Puget Sound League Player of the Year.
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