SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The Sacramento State women's golf team signed Katie Dunaway to a National Letter of Intent, it was announced today by Director of Golf David Sutherland. Dunaway will enroll at the University as a freshman in 2014.
"Katie has played well against a high level of competition throughout her high school career," Sutherland said. "She's played four years for one of the top high school programs in the country and that should help her make an easy transition to college golf.
"Best of all is that she's a terrific person and an exception student-athlete who will help us towards our goal of winning a Big Sky (Conference) championship."
While at Xavier Prep in Phoenix, Ariz., Dunaway served as team captain and helped the team to its 31st state title. She went on to compete at the Arizona state championship where she shot 74-72 to place sixth.
Outside of high school, Dunaway represented Arizona at the Junior America's Cup and was the medalist at the Phoenix City Open (69-71) and the Junior World Qualifier (73-75). She also placed second in the Tucson City Open (73-72) and tied for eighth at the David Toms Shreveport Junior AJGA event.