Women’s Golf Signs Madison Odiorne
PULLMAN, Wash. – Madison Odiorne 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, Wednesday.
A two-time team captain entering her senior year at Summit High School in Bend, Ore., Odiorne has won three Intermountain Conference (IMC) and Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) 5A State Championships. As a freshman, Odiorne won the IMC District title with a two-round 141 (-3), the lowest recorded score in IMC District Tournament history. Her second-round 68 is the IMC District Tournament all-time low round and women’s competitive course record at Broken Top Golf Club.
Odiorne led the StormCats to team state titles in her first three years under coach Jerry Hackenbruck. As a junior in high school, Odiorne was runner-up in the 2014 Oregon Junior Stroke Play and competed in the 2014 USGA Girls Junior Amateur, making the cut with a two-round 147 (+3). The Bend, Ore., native is a two-time Junior America’s Cup team member.
“We are very excited to have Madison joining our Cougar Women’s Golf Family,” Kamimura said. “She is a great addition to our team and will play a big part in the future success of the program.”
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