6.5.13 WOMEN'S GOLF: Walsh University Women's Golf Lands Four
Women's Golf, 2013-06-05
Walsh University Head Women’s Golf Coach Christina Paone has announced that Gina DePasquale, Brooke Morgan, Raven Venegas and Paige Victor have signed institutional letters of intent to further their academic and athletic careers at Walsh. They will enroll at Walsh for the fall semester of 2013. Walsh is a member of NCAA ll and the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC).
"I am very excited about the addition of these four players to our program as we make this transition to NCAA Division II,” exclaimed Paone. “Each is a standout athlete in her own right, and will definitely make a positive contribution to our already competitive program. I am looking forward to next season as we are rebuilding the Women’s Golf program to be a top competitor in the GLIAC."
DePasquale was a four-year letter winner and two-year captain at Hubbard High School. Gina was a first-team All-American Conference selection and was twice named conference Player of the Year and Most Valuable Player. She averaged 40.0 with a low score of 36 as a senior and 41 as junior. Gina plans to major in marketing/management.
Morgan was a four-sport All-City Series Athlete at Akron Firestone High School. She earned four letters each in golf, basketball and track and field and one in cross country. Morgan played three years on the girls’ golf team and one on the boys’ team (junior year). She averaged 42 as a senior with a low round of 37. She played on nine City Series Championship teams. Brooke plans to major in graphic design and communications.
Venegas earned four letters at Shawnee High School. She averaged 43 as a senior with a low round of 39 and was named Division l District Honorable Mention. She was also named to the District All-Tournament Team and was a state qualifier. She was also Division l District Honorable Mention as a junior and the Western Buckeye League Medalist. Raven plans to major in history/museum studies.
Victor earned four golf letters and two softball letters at Mentor High School. Paige averaged 83 as a senior with a low round of 76. She was a two-time conference Player of the Year, conference medalist and two-time district qualifier. Paige plans to major in nursing.