From Texas to Elon, 12 CGGI grads make selections on 2021’s Fall National Signing Day

November 15, 2021

High school seniors had the first opportunity to make their college choices official in November, and a number of Congaree Global Golf Initiative graduates took their first steps towards competing at the next level. Twelve students signed their National Letters of Intent this month and will attend schools ranging from prestigious liberal arts colleges to large public universities.

Lanie Campbell will become the second CGGI graduate to attend Middle Tennessee State, following in the footsteps of Michael Barnard, a member of Congaree’s inaugural class. Emily Odwin, who attended CGGI virtually this summer, will join a University of Texas team that is ranked in the Top 10 nationally.

The full list of Fall 2021 signees is below:

Amelie Alcantara – CGGI class of 2021 – ECKERD COLLEGE
Slade Aliff – CGGI class of 2021 – EMORY AND HENRY
Lanie Campbell – CGGI class of 2021 – MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE
Darianys Guzman – CGGI class of 2021 – HIGH POINT UNIVERSITY
Sakura Kawakami – CGGI class of 2021 – ELON UNIVERSITY
Hannah Lydic – CGGI class of 2021 – RICHMOND UNIVERSITY
Salysa Mason – CGGI class of 2020 – SEMINOLE STATE COLLEGE
Sutton McMillan – CGGI class of 2021 – SOUTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA STATE
Emily Odwin – CGGI class of 2021 – UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS
Paige Richter – CGGI class of 2021 – BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY
Lorenzo Sanz – CGGI class of 2021 – LOYOLA UNIVERSITY MARYLAND
Millie Thompson – CGGI class of 2020 – UNIVERSITY OF WEST FLORIDA


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