K-M's Kunzelman signs with Cardinal Stritch University

Brennan Kunzelman - Courtesy photo
Brennan Kunzelman
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Kent-Meridian's Brennan Kunzelman has signed a scholarship to play golf and attend Cardinal Stritch University, a private Roman Catholic university in Milwaukee, Wisc.

Kunzelman, a 5-foot-4 senior, was a second-team All-South Puget Sound League performer in 2013 and a state Class 4A qualifier. She has shot personal-bests rounds of 82 for 18 holes and 39 for nine.

"I am very happy to have Brennan sign with Stritch for next fall," Wolves coach Tim Eckberg told "She has proven to be one of the top players in the Seattle area in her prep career, and after watching her swing, there is no question why. She is very talented and I am looking forward to watching her compete for Stritch, and continue to improve throughout her college career."

Academically, Brennan was the recipient of the Outstanding Achievement in Academics Award in 2012 and was also named Orchestra Student of the Month and Most Improved Player in 2012. Her intended major is secondary education.

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