Seattle, Wash. -
Seattle University women's golf head coach Marc Chandonnet announced Monday that Alexus Song of Auburn, Wash., has signed a National Letter of Intent and will compete for the Redhawks starting the 2013-14 season.
Song played for the Thomas Jefferson varsity golf team all four years in school, earning the title of Team Captain every year as well. She helped lead the Raiders to three consecutive undefeated dual records and took the squad to its first-ever South Puget Sound League championship in 2011. Individually, Song won one league title and finished second twice throughout her time at Thomas Jefferson. She will also compete in the state championship tournament in the spring.
Song has played competitive junior golf tournaments as well, claiming a victory in the Pacific Northwest Junior PGA Championship by posting rounds of 75 and 69 in the two-day tournament in 2010. She also took part in a national Junior PGA tournament that year.
"Alexus will bring a fantastic work ethic both in the classroom as well as the golf course," said Chandonnet. "She is passionate about the game and even more excited about being a Redhawk! She is a great local talent and we are thrilled to have her join our team."