Laurinburg, NC—The St. Andrews University women's golf head coach William Carter has signed two more recruits for the 2013-14 school year.
The first is Madison Moore of Tarboro, NC. Moore played a year at Tarboro HS before finishing her high school career at Faith Christian Academy where she competed on the men's team. Moore, who plays from the men's tees during her matches, is the only female on the men's team and was named the MVP of the men's team in the 2011-12 season. She was also named conference honorable mention during the 2011 season while playing on the men's team at Faith Christian. She has also qualified in the top eight of the NCISAA team tournament and won back-to-back titles in 2010-11 in the Eastern NC Junior Girls League. Moore won the Ladies 15-18 year-old championship at the Links at Cotton Valley three consecutive years as well. Moore is the daughter of Greg and Ann Troy Moore.
Paige Hartman, a native of Clovis, New Mexico and a member of the National Honor Society, finished in third place at the 2011 NM State tournament and finished 8th out of 51 at the 2012 state tournament. Hartman possess a "can do" attitude and says that she is "always ready to be a team player and ready to learn and work hard to improve my golfing performance." Hartman is the daughter of Lawrence and Sandra Hartman.
Coach Carter says about his two incoming freshman that "they have two great positive attitudes and are very coachable and I look forward to working with them for 4 years."
The women's golf team will return to the links for their spring schedule on Feb. 1-3 when they host the St. Andrews Women's Winter Classic at Scotch Meadows Country Club here in Laurinburg. They will then hit the road Feb. 17-19 in Savannah, GA for the SCAD-Savannah Invitational.