By Drew Terhall
NEW MADISON — Tri-Village senior Alyssa Begoon signed her letter of intent to play golf at Bluffton College within the upcoming 12 months.
Begoon stated Bluffton had the correct mix of program she needed to enter and having the precise coaches and teammates in place.
“They provided precisely what I needed. I really like the coach and the group. It’s like a bit household, identical to it’s right here. I like it,” Begoon stated.
In her senior season, Begoon was named to the All-WOAC First Crew. She additionally competed within the Division II Southwest District event her senior season.
Head coach Roy Lowrie stated Begoon was a real pleasure to teach and was enjoyable to be round. He additionally stated he knew since freshmen 12 months Begoon had the talent set to play collegiate golf and will get there with some exhausting work.
Begoon put within the effort and time to earn a spot at Bluffton. Lowrie stated he thinks it would take a while for Begoon to get adjusted to her new setting, however will certainly thrive as soon as she does.
“It would take her a bit bit to get comfy with going to varsity and new experiences. She goes to be an awesome athlete, she’s going to slot in nice and we stay up for following her and see how she does subsequent 12 months,” Lowrie stated.
Begoon is trying ahead to get began at Bluffton. She plans to present it her all her first 12 months and go from there.
“I’m hoping to attain effectively and enhance hopefully,” Begoon stated.
Whereas at Bluffton, Begoon plans to enter pre-medical and goals to be a physician sooner or later.
Contact Day by day Advocate sports activities editor Drew Terhall at [email protected]