Seattle University head women’s golf coach Marc Chandonnet has announced that Dorsey Addicks of Atlanta, Ga., has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend the university and join the Redhawk golf program starting in the 2013-14 academic year.

Addicks graduated from Woodward Academy, where she competed for the high school golf team for three years before concentrating on multi-day junior tournaments. She has expanded her travel over the past year, competing at junior tournaments not only close to her home in the Southeast, but also in the Rocky Mountain states as well.

In addition to golf, Addicks was a strong student throughout high school, including membership into the National Honor Society. She was the president of the Outdoors Club as well as a member of Habitat for Humanity, Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), and Peer Leadership.

“In all my years of recruiting collegiate golfers I've never moved as quickly as I did with Dorsey! She has a fabulous support system and quickly displayed all the leadership qualities that I look for in a student-athlete. Her passion for the game coupled with a strong work ethic should help her accomplish amazing things at Seattle University. We are very excited that Dorsey has chosen to become a Redhawk,” Chandonnet said.

Addicks will join Jamie Huo (Kent, Wash.) and Alexus Song (Auburn, Wash.) as newcomers to the Redhawk golf program in the fall of 2013.  

The Seattle University women’s golf team enters its second year in the Western Athletic Conference in 2013-14, with the 2014 WAC Women’s Golf Championships scheduled for April 25-27, 2014, at Longbow Golf Club in Mesa, Ariz.

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