Good morning, Coug fans! As some of you may or may not know, the month of May is Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage month! Celebration is centered around recognizing the important contributions members of the AAPI community have made.
Yesterday, Pat Chun sat down with Women’s golf coach Kelli Kamimura to talk all things AAPI, and obviously all things women’s golf!
A little background on Kelli- she is the longest tenured coach in program history for women’s golf. This is her twelfth season with the Cougs, and while it wasn’t a conventional one, she’s incredibly hopeful and dedicated to the next season. In her tenth season, Kelli led the team to the fourth best scoring history in program history!
As mentioned in the interview, WSU Golf has one of the most diverse rosters in the school. During the 2019-2020 season, the team was set to finally host the NCAA Regional tournament for the first time, but unfortunately that got cancelled due to Covid.
Kelli emphasizes her goal to always inspire other AAPI and her team to cultivate the best versions of themselves. This interview, linked below, is an incredible watch especially as a Coug fan! I really enjoyed getting to know more about Kelli and our women’s golf program.
I personally am looking forward to the next women’s golf season! The team is packed with talent, and a great coach to lead them.
I hope everyone has a great weekend! Go Cougs!
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