Ladies Golf Lands Two for 2010-11 Season
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
SHREVEPORT-Head women's golf coach Emlyn Aubrey recently announced that Kylee Goldthorn (Colleyville, Texas/Grapevine HS) and Sarah Bradshaw (Longview, Texas/Hallsville HS) will be joining the Ladies golf team this season after accepting the institution's offer of admission.

Goldthorn hails from Colleyville, Texas and Grapevine High School and is the daughter of Kate and Bill Phillips.

With just a short golf career under her belt, Goldthorn is already making noise after playing her final two years of high school on the Mustangs golf team under Bryan Humphreys. She represented Grapevine at the Regional competition her junior and senior seasons and produced her team's lowest score.

Away from the course, Goldthorn graduated with Distinguished Achievement honors and was a member of the Spanish Club and Grape Nuts. She enters Centenary having earned 12 hours of college English credit and plans to major in biology in hopes of becoming a pharmacist or dermatologist.

"Kylee is a late signee with great motivation skills not only for herself but that will filter into the rest of the team as well," said Aubrey.

Bradshaw is a native of Longview, Texas and a graduate of Hallsville High School. She is the daughter of Renee and Darin Bradshaw.

While at Hallsville, Bradshaw was a four-year letterwinner in golf, while also participating in volleyball and track. Under the direction of Annette Clark for the Bobcat golf team, Bradshaw helped her team to two District Championships and Regionals all four years, while winning four tournaments.

Bradshaw was a four-time All-Region selection and a three-time All-District honoree. She was also named Newcomer of the Year, Most Dedicated and MVP twice during her short four-year high school career.

During Summer play, Bradshaw was honored as the Ark-La-Tex Junior Tour Player of the Year in 2009 and captured seven tournament titles.

Away from golf, Bradshaw was an Honor graduate and a Globe Scholar. She plans on majoring in Mathematics at Centenary and has hopes of playing professional golf or becoming a math teacher.

"Sarah is an intense competitor that is determined to make an impact on this team immediately as well as leave here in 4 years prepared for professional competition," said Aubrey.