Season Review: 2003-2004
Lady Trojan Golf Program Continues Upward Trend
With an eye toward the future and an appreciative look back, TNU women’s golf coach Michael Johnson can see the “promise land.” In this case, the land of promise is a much hoped-for trip to the NAIA national tournament in San Diego, California in May. In order to get there, Coach Johnson and his ever-improving team must continue to navigate the waters of some of the nation’s best NAIA tournaments.
The current squad participating in tournament play consists of one junior, two sophomores, and a freshman.
Betsy Beaver has already made her mark on the program with her victory in the 2007 TranSouth Tournament. Beaver added freshman of the year and all-tournament honors to her trophy case at the TSAC Tournament.
Two transfers will make immediate contributions. Brooke Dillehay, a junior who played her first two years at Bethel College (TN), and Alyssa Moe, who played her freshman year at Paradise Valley Community College, have adapted quickly to their new surroundings. Each has outstanding skills and competitive fire to match.
Allison Durham is a highly touted recruit from Summertown, Tenn. who was a state-tournament qualifier last year. She was a three-sport star in high school and has excellent potential for a wonderful college career.
Coach Johnson encourages other quality golfers who are interested in a nationally-competitive program in a Christian environment to contact him. (Are you or someone you know a potential TNU golfer? Click Here)
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