Milberger Inks Another `Dog

April 18, 2014

By Elly Walker

FRESNO, Calif. -- The women's golf head coach Emily Milberger announced the addition of Sadye Busby to the Bulldog's roster after signing a National Letter of Intent to play golf at Fresno State.

"Really thrilled to be adding Sadye Busby to our roster," head coach Emily Milberger said. "She comes with a lot of experience and success at the junior college atmosphere here in California. She is a very hard working and determined player. She has really taken it upon herself this spring to continue working on her game and challenge herself so when she arrives on campus she will be a great addition to our team. She is going to be a real difference maker!"

Busby is from San Diego, Calif. and will join the Bulldogs in fall 2014.

Busby began playing golf when she was eight years old continued to play San Diego junior golf until she was 18 years old.

During high school, she attended Torrey Pines High School and won CIF her freshman, junior and senior year. She placed second at the state championship her junior year and won state her senior year.

After high school, Busby continued to play golf at Palomar College in San Marcos, Calif. During the 2011 season, her team won conference, placed second at Southern California regionals, and won the state championship.

During this tenure, Busby was named a scholar athlete and also named first team all conference.

During the 2013 season, Busby was captain of the Palomar College women's golf team and broke the school record with a 66 where she also shot a record two-day low at eight-under for their Palm Springs event.

Her team won their conference again and placed third at Southern California regionals. As an individual, Busby won the conference and proceeded to place second at Southern California regionals and fifth at the state championship.



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