Mt. San Jacinto College Women's Golf Team, in only the first year of the Program, has already produced a golfer to qualify for the Callifornia Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) Women's Golf State Championship as Sophomore Kathryn New fired a two day total of 158 (78-80) over the 5,845 yard North Course of Los Serranos Country Club founded by the late tennis great, Jack Kramer, in Chino Hills. New rallied from an opening hole double bogey as she hit out of bounds on her tee shot to finish 4th out of the 50 women field in the Southern California Regionals and beat out all of the other golfers in the Foothill Conference, except for Palomar College Comets' Beth Sellers and Megan Pechner
Lady Eagle Freshman Katelyn Hardy rebounded from her opening round to lower her score by 9 strokes on the second and concluding day of the Southern California Regionals to shoot a two day total of 201 (105-96). Hardy, who qualified for the Southern California Regionals by making Second Team All-Conference, is looking forward to the Fall 2010 season when she will be relied upon to lead the Lady Eagles Golf Program as one of the top returners in the Foothill Conference. Hardy has already begun to receive interest from golf programs at four year universities.
The CCCAA 2009 Women's Golf State Championship will get under way on Monday, November 16, 2009, at 10:00 a.m., at the Kings Country Club in Hanford, California. The second and concluding round will begin at 8:00 a.m., on Tuesday, November 17, 2009."