GREENVILLE, N.C. - East Carolina Head Women’s Golf Coach Kevin Williams has announced that Faith Hardison and Meghan Moore have each signed a National Letter of Intent to play golf for the Pirates during the 2009-10 season.
”In my mind, this is the best recruiting class we have every signed,” said Williams. “Both of these young ladies will make a huge impact on our program from the time they step on campus next fall. Since we do not have any seniors on this year’s squad, I am very excited about how much competition we will have among our team for starting spots next season. It will be the deepest team we have ever had at East Carolina.”
Faith Hardison – Williamston HS (Jamesville, N.C.)
Three-year letter winner for head coach Freddie Jackson … Member of Williamston’s men’s golf team that won the 2007 Atlantic Conference title … Posted an 18-hole scoring average of 75.0 … 2007 Atlantic Conference Tournament runner-up (men’s division) … Finished 11th at the 2007 NCHSAA Boys 1A Championships … Two-time Carolina Junior Girls Championship (2006 and 2008) … Two-time Coastal Plains Junior Champion (2005-06) … Qualified for the 2008 United States Public Links Championships.
Coach Williams’ Comments: ”Faith is a tremendous athlete with great potential. She broke her wrist after her sophomore year which set her back, but she is getting better with each round she plays. Faith has a chance to make a great impact on our program as a freshman.”
Meghan Moore – Northern Durham HS (Bahama, N.C.)
Rated as the top amateur in the Carolinas Golf Association North Carolina Junior Girls rankings … 2007 Vicki Disantis Champion … 2007 FCWT Bermuda Run Classic Champion … Member of the 2007 All-Carolinas Junior Team … Finished second at the 2007 North-South Junior Championships … Claimed a fifth-place finish at the 2008 Trusted Big I National Championship.
Coach Williams’ Comments: ”Meghan is the third No. 1 ranked North Carolina girl we have signed in the nine years of this program. She reminds me of former Pirate great, Adrienne Millican. Her consistency, competitiveness and love for the game gives her the chance to be one of the best golfers to ever play at East Carolina.”