Women's Golf Announces Two New Members to Class of 2017
Dec. 7, 2012
The Siena women’s golf team announced the two new members of the Class of 2017. Kristen Bromley (Pittsford, N.Y.) and Stephanie Sullivan (East Williston, N.Y.) have signed National Letters of Intent to attend Siena College next season.
“We are very excited to have Kristen and Stephanie join our golf program and the Siena community next year,” coach Dave Wronowski said. “They will both be an important part of our team’s success over the next four years.”
Bromley had a successful career as a four-year member of the varsity team at Pittsford. She won the 2012 Western New York Sectional Junior PGA Championship which qualified her for the 37th Junior PGA Championship, where she would finish seventh. Bromley also finished first in the Tournament of Champions in 2012 and took the crown in the 2012 women’s club championship at Locust Hill Country Club.
“Kristen brings an impressive resume of both regional and national tournament experience to Siena,” Coach Wronowski said. “She has all of the tools necessary to succeed at the collegiate level and I believe that she will make an immediate impact on our team next year.”
Sullivan comes to the Saints after playing her high school golf at Sacred Heart Academy in New York, where she was the team’s captain and MVP. Sullivan is coming off an impressive 2012 campaign, tying for first in the LIGA Junior Championship and taking a second place finish in the WMGA 2012 Junior Girls' Open Championship. She has also competed in various tournaments such as the MET PGA and AJGA.
“Stephanie has developed into an excellent player and will be an integral part of our success next year as we look forward to another MAAC title and NCAA appearance.” Wronowski said.
The Saints has concluded the fall portion of their schedule for 2012, highlighted by winning the RMU Colonial Classic while posting the best score in the history of the tournament. Siena has won twelve consecutive MAAC Championships; eight of them under current head coach Dave Wronowski.