Williams Signs Five To Golf Program
Nov. 16, 2004
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State University Head Golf Coach Walt Williams announced the signing of five golfers to National Letters of Intent, Wednesday, Nov. 16.
The quintet features four women - Amy Eneroth, Jessica Black and sisters Haley and Amanda Parsons - and one man, Max Reinland.
'All of these players come from great families,' Williams said. 'They are all very good students and they are all going to make a positive contribution to Washington State University.'
Eneroth comes to WSU from Mead High School at Spokane, Wash. The Colbert, Wash. resident is ranked 18th on the National Junior Scoreboard and has been named to the All-Greater Spokane League team in each of her first three seasons. She was also voted team Most Valuable Player all three years. Her sophomore year she was named GSL Player of the Year. In 2004 she was named Washington Junior Golf Association Player of the Year. She was also named the Puetz Most Valuable Player for the Girls Junior Americas Cup where she finished in second place.
'I think Amy is the best player in the state and we are very excited to have her,' Williams said. 'She is going to make an immediate impact for the Cougs.'
Black, who attends Summit High School in Bend, Ore., played in the Junior Americas Cup the past three years. She led her high school to the State championship in each of the past three seasons, finishing seventh individually last year and being named to the All-State team the past two years.
'Jessica Black is a very strong player and has a whole lot of potential to be a very good player down the road for us,' Williams said.
As a freshman, Black, earned medalist honors at the Oregon State Junior Match-Play Championships and won the Oregon Junior Stroke-Play Championships. The next year, Black repeated her title at the Oregon State Junior Match-Play Championships and the Peter Jacobsen Junior Championships. She also finished runner-up at the PNGA Junior Girls Championship where she was nominated for PNGA Player of the Year. As a junior, Black was co-captain of the North Pacific Junior Ladies Team that captured a victory over Canada.
The Parson sisters come to Pullman from University High School at Spokane, Wash. Haley has qualified for state as well as being named to the All-Greater Spokane League's first team in each of the past two seasons. As a junior, she finished third in the GSL. In addition, Haley has been awarded the team's Most Valuable Player each of the past two seasons.
Mandy has been named to the All-Greater Spokane League team each of the past two seasons and qualified for state this past season. She has earned the school's Coaches Award in all three of her varsity seasons.
'I am really excited to have Haley and Mandy,' Williams said. 'They have tremendous talent and potential that is going to pay off for us down the road.'
Reinland, a senior at Walla Walla High School at Walla Walla, Wash., has been named to the All-Big-9 team each of his first three seasons. He averaged 73.6 this past season en route to making the All-Big-9 First Team. Reinland won all four central Washington WJGA tournaments this past summer, and the Walla Walla City Men's Championship.
'Max has dominated central Washington border to border,' Williams said. 'He has beaten guys from Tri-Cities and Yakima and everywhere in that area.'