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Jan. 11, 2010
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - The Penn State women's golf team recently landed highly-touted recruit Christina Vosters (Bethany Beach, Del.) as a member of its 2010 recruiting class. Vosters, who signed her national letter of intent, will continue her golf career as a Nittany Lion in the fall of 2010.
"Her upbeat attitude carries both on and off the golf course and make her a wonderful addition to the program," head coach Denise St. Pierre said.
The Bethany Beach, Del. native comes to Penn State with a long list of junior golf accolades. Vosters has finished first in numerous tours, including wins in the PGA Junior Callaway Series and the International Junior Golf Tour. She also notched two career wins in the Pinehurst `Winternational' Junior Series. Vosters recorded a combined sixteen top-ten finishes in those tournaments, along with American Junior Golf Association events and Future Collegian World Tour Events.
Vosters also competed heavily at the state level. She took home the first place crown at the 2009 Delaware Junior Girls Championship and finished as the runner up in the 2008 Delaware Women's Amateur, shooting a 69 in the final round, setting a new course record. She represented Delaware at the 2009 USGA National Team Championship where she finished in 27th place out of a field of 118.
"Christina is the type of player that can bring many positives to your team," St. Pierre said. "She has excelled as a student, been a leader in her community and made many achievements in the junior world of golf."
During her time at Worcester Prep High School in Delaware, Vosters was a three-time ESIAC high school player of the year. She was a member of her high school's tennis team her sophomore, junior and senior years, making ESIAC all-conference all three years. Her parents are Neil and Lee Vosters.