Hawkeyes Add 3 to 2019 Recruiting Class

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Iowa City, Iowa – Morgan Goldstein, Jacquelyn Galloway and Lilly Gentzkow have signed National Letters of Intent to play golf at the University of Iowa, UI head coach Megan Menzel announced on Monday.

“Morgan, Jacque and Lilly are an exceptional class for us. Coach Roters and I are thrilled with the level of players they are, but we know they are great people to add to our solid core. We are excited to see what this class can accomplish in Iowa City.”
Morgan Goldstein
Las Vegas, Nevada
Faith Lutheran Junior/Senior High School

  • All-Southern Nevada first team, All-Mountain Region first team and All-Northwest League first team as a senior
  • Registered a low-round of 71 as a senior
  • Placed first at the Drive, Chip and Putt at Augusta National with the first and only perfect score in its five-year history
  • Won the Collegiate Toyota Cup Tournament at La Costa Resort in San Diego

“We are thrilled to have Morgan as a Hawkeye. She has worked hard throughout her junior career and won at all levels. She has faced some adversity and came back strong. We are looking forward to what she can accomplish the next four years at Iowa. She has Midwest roots in her family, and we are glad she landed in the Big Ten as a Hawkeye.”

Jacquelyn Galloway
Rio Rancho, New Mexico
V. Sue Cleveland High School

  • Three-time 6A High School Individual State Champion 
  • Recorded a low-round score of 69 as a junior
  • Led her team to a state title as a sophomore
  • Four-time participant in the USGA Girls’ Junior Championship (2014-18)
  • Four-time individual and team conference meet champion

“Jacque is a solid student-athlete.  She is self-motivated and a fierce competitor. She has played in four US Junior Girls Championships and is a three-time state high school champion in New Mexico, and has improved her scoring average by three shots since her freshman year.”

Lilly Gentzkow
Wilmette, Illinois
Loyola Academy

  • All-conference and conference player of the year as a senior
  • Notched a first-place finish at conference meet as a senior
  • Helped her team to a sixth-place finish at state
  • Finished runner-up at the 2018 HJGT Cog Hill Championship
  • Shot a personal-best 73 at the 2018 HJGT Cog Hill Junior Championship

“We are very excited for Lilly to join our program. Lilly brings great energy and leadership skills. She is a golfer who has a tremendous upside and has shown that through continued improvement as a junior and high school player.”

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