Jimenez adds three international standouts to Texan Golf

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STEPHENVILLE – Tarleton women’s golf head coach Isabel Jimenez has announced the signing of three international standouts to National Letter of Intents to add to the Texan roster for the 2020-21 season.

The new trio of Texan golfers are Marianella Moreschi (Alta Gracia, Córdoba, Argentina), Beatrice Grise (McMasterville, Québec, Canada) and Alejandra Cambronero (Marbella, Spain). All three come to Tarleton as freshman.

“I am very excited for this upcoming season,” said Jimenez. “We have three outstanding freshmen joining us. These girls are bringing new and refreshing air to our team, and each of them has different qualities that are going to help us build a very strong and solid team in the near future. 2019-20 has been a challenging year when it comes to recruiting, but I feel very confident that these girls are the perfect fit for our golf team. Junie Khaw and Sofia Rodriguez will be leading them into the new season and I expect great things from all of them.”

Moreschi played her high school golf at Colegio Anglo Americano in Argentina. In Moreschi’s senior year, she was ranked ninth in the region in Argentina while placing fourth at the National Junior Tournament in Cordoba, Argentina and tied for ninth at the second National Junior Tournament. In 2019, Moreschi was 12th in the Junior Argentinean rankings where she participated in the Interclubes Junior Cup representing El Potrerillo de Larreta CC. In 2018, Moreschi finished fifth in the NICASIA Regional Competition and placed first and fourth at a pair of tournaments in the Junior Regional Tournament Tour. Moreschi won the Tour Event in 2017 and was champion of the Club Tournament and Taylor Made Cup that same year. The 2016 season saw Moreschi ranked seventh in the region of the women’s scratch Cordoba Golf Federation Regional rankings.

Moreschi also excelled in the classroom where she was her school’s high-grade honor of all A’s from 2014-19 and was ranked second in her class academically. She received a high school certificate for Designer of Audiovisual Projects with multimedia and information- technology tools.

Grise played her high school golf at Cegep Andre-Laurendeau in Montreal, Quebec, where she played on the varsity team for two years. Grise was the Female Athlete of the Year in 2020 and had a 78.7 scoring average in 2019. Grice competed in the PING CCAA Golf National Championships and shot a 71 and 73 at the College States Championship. Grice’s tournament low score is 70 (-2) at the RSEQ Tournament. Grise was honored academically with awards in French.

Cambronero comes from Spain where she played her high school golf at Lake Nona in Orlando, Florida in 2020. Cambronero won district and the metro area titles in 2020. She was also the runner-up in the Andalucia Reginoal Open Championship that same season. In 2017, Cambronero was the runner-up in the National Junior Championship.

Moreschi, Grise and Cambronero will join a pair returning all-conference Texan golfers in Junie Khaw and Sofia Rodriguez.


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