MHS Senior Golf Player

Signs Letter of Intent

by S.Purdom

4/30/2015 2:00:03 PM

News Image Murray, Ky., April 24------Beth Graham, Murray High School senior Girlsí Golf Team member, signed a letter of intent with Spalding University Golden Eagles Womenís team, in a Murray High School Library media announcement ceremony. A seven year MHS Golf team member, who played on the team since a Murray Middle School sixth grade student, Graham participated in the Regional Tournament six years, assisted the team to three All-A Regional titles and claimed a first State Runner up finish. Graham finished second overall in the 2014 All A Regional Tournament. Cory Kaufmann, Spalding University Head Golf Coach of the Womenís Golden Eagles, played competitively on various professional circuits including the Nationwide Tour and E-Golf Tour. Kaufman finished seventh in 2008 on the E-Golf Tourís money list with four top five finishes. Most recently, Kaufmann and the Spalding University women's golf team wrapped up the spring season with an eighth place at the Illinois College Invitational with a total score of 588. Nestled in the midst of Louisville, historic Spalding University combines a rich history and a commitment to community service to attract students who desire a high quality education in a very personalized setting. A uniquely engaged faculty serves 2500 students at the bachelorsí, mastersí and doctoral levels, providing quality, real-world learning in liberal and professional studies. Spalding University represents a legacy of education established in 1814 by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. In 1920 the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth founded Nazareth College occupying the historic Tompkins-Buchanan-Rankin Mansion at 851 South Fourth Street, thus establishing the Louisville campus. Since 1984, the independent liberal arts institution that began as Nazareth Academy near Bardstown, Kentucky, has been known as Spalding University, honoring the roots established by Mother Catherine Spalding, founder of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. Teresa Speed, MHS principal, said Graham is a fine young woman who exemplifies the motto of MHS Tradition, Pride and Excellence. "Whether Beth is in the classroom, or on the golf course, she demonstrates the work ethic to be a true Murray Tiger. I am proud to call her my student." A member of National Honor Society and a 2015 Leadership Tomorrow alumnus who will enter as an undeclared major at Spalding, Graham is the daughter of Chris and Rebecca Graham, Mayfield.