7.24.12 WOMEN'S GOLF: Walsh Women's Golf Adds Three

Women's Golf, 2012-07-24

Walsh University Women’s Golf Coach Christina Paone had announced that three local golfers have signed to continue their education, and play intercollegiate golf for the Cavs. Paone has inked Kayla Hardesty, Meghan Hatfield and Taylor Henderhan.

Hardesty earned four letters for Shawn Dillon at Marlington High School.  She earned first-team All-Stark County honors and was named Team MVP, along with first-team NE District and first-team All-NBC.  She averaged 40.1 as a senior, with a low round of 36.  She lowered her average each year for the Dukes. She also earned three softball letters.  Kayla is the daughter of Ken and Jody Hardesty and will major in pre-medicine.

Hatfield lettered three times for Teal Harvey at Jackson High School.  Hatfield was a member of the Polar Team team that advanced to the state tournament as a senior and is a recipient of the Stark County Women’s Amateur Golf Association Scholarship.  She once had two holes in one in the same week.  Meghan graduated with honors and is the daughter of Steve Hatfield.  She will major in biology.

Henderhan lettered four times for Max Baker at Perry High School.  She earned first-team All-Federal League, All-Stark County and honorable mention All-District honors.  Taylor averaged 43.5 as a senior with a low round of 37.  She was an alternate on the Panthers team that went to state as a freshman, and participated as a sophomore when they went back to state.  She was individual qualifier for districts as a senior.  She is the daughter of Brent and Dee Henderhan and will major in communications and is a recipient of the Stark County Women’s Amateur Golf Association Scholarship.