(Notre Dame, Ind.) The Holy Cross Saints women's golf program is pleased to announce the signing of two more recruits for the 2013-2014 season. The signings of Kylie Day (Zionsville, Ind.) and Katie Krohn (Noblesville, Ind.) make it a total of three girls for next year's team.
Kylie Day joins the Saints from Zionsville High School where she has been a letter winner in golf all four years. Kylie's impressive play has been seen over her career after putting together a number of impressive outings including a 78 and fourth place finish at the Kokomo Invite; a 78 and third place finish in her first tournament of the season; and a 79 during the second day of the Indiana High School Athletic Association state tournament.
"I'm excited to have Kylie join the Saints program next season," said head coach Tim Holt. "She's a very solid player with impressive leadership qualities. I'm looking forward to having her join and help achieve our ultimate goal of winning the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC) and going to our first NAIA championship!"
Katie Krohn (pictured above) joins the Saints from Noblesville High School where she was a part of the 2011-2012 third place finish by Noblesville in the Indiana High School Athletic Association state tournament. Besides playing golf, Katie has been involved in club basketball (12 years), club softball (3 years) and club soccer (4 years). Katie plans to major in Business and Psychology while attending Holy Cross.
"Katie will be a valuable piece to our team next season and I'm very excited she has chosen to be a part of our program," said coach Holt. "She's an outstanding player and young lady who I'm counting on to help take our program to the next level."
Both Kylie and Katie will join Emily Duff as the three signees of the current women's golf class.
"It's an exciting time right now with all of the players we are able to bring in," continued coach Holt. "I really believe that these three ladies, paired with our returning players, will help us continue to improve the program."