NM State women’s golf lands four signings

LAS CRUCES, New Mexico – National Signing Day Processed Danny Bowen and NM State Women’s Golf Pits. The Aggies added four new members including two from high schools, one from the international ranks and one as a graduate transfer.

Isabelle Laulhé (spring 2023)

Laulhé will come to Las Cruces from Argentina, where she tore up the amateur circuit. She will make the international trip in the spring of 2023, joining the Aggies for the spring season. In eight tournaments throughout 2022, Laulhé has never finished below seventh place. In September, Laulhé won the Campeonato Abierto de Damas, shooting a 221. Before arriving in January, she will compete in the Argentine National Championships and the Latin American Women’s Amateur Championship.

Bowen: “Bringing Isá over from Argentina mid-year will strengthen our Top 5 straight away, as she comes to us with quite a bit of international experience under her belt. She has shown her ability to compete at a high level, which will be a great asset at big events. Her work ethic and outgoing personality and attitude will help improve her teammates throughout her journey as Aggie. We are thrilled to have the opportunity to train him.

Angela Garvin (fall 2023)

The Aggies are adding major Big Ten talent to Garvin as she trades for the 2023 season. A four-year Terrapin member, Garvin has been a fixture on the Maryland roster. Garvin was an alternate at the 2021 Nationals and competed at the Big Ten Championships. She also shines in the classroom as a two-time member of the All-Big Ten varsity team.

Bowen: “Angela comes to us as a graduate student after graduating from the University of Maryland. She’s had a great career as a Terapin, and we can’t wait for her to bring that experience to our programming l “Next year. Best of all, she’ll be able to enjoy our golfing climate all year round. Her game is solid and she’s also a great student. Angela is going to love her time here as Aggie!” “

Camille Pazouki (Fall 2023)

A native of San Antonio, Texas, Pazouki will join the Aggies for the 2023-24 season. Pazouki helped Reagan High School win its first state championship in May. As an individual, Pazouki finished third in the Region IV-6A Championship, posting a stellar score of 69.
Bowen: “We are delighted to have Camille join us next year. Her enthusiasm and love for the game, as well as her desire to always go the extra mile in everything she does, is what stood out the most. during the recruiting process. Camille is an extremely hard worker and the drive to improve is what will propel her the most. We look forward to coaching her and seeing her shine as Aggie.

Alex Armendariz (Fall 2023)

The kid from Las Cruces stays home! As an individual, Armendariz won the New Mexico 5A State Championship in 2021. The following season, Armendariz helped Centennial High School win its first state championship and finished second individually. Recently, Armendariz credited NM State’s Aidan Thomas for improving his game.

Bowen: “Alex is a homegrown talent who has seen steady improvements over the past two years, so we’re glad she chose to stay home and be an Aggie. Her demeanor on the golf course is what sets her apart from the competition and she appreciates hard work. Having won multiple state titles both individually and as a team with Centennial High, I have no doubt that she will be an outstanding teammate and fit in well with our culture. team. Always good to have NM student-athletes on the roster!”

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