Brodersen inks LOI with Wayne State golf program

Front, from left, Tracy Brodersen, Abby Brodersen. Back, from left, Jesse Brodersen, BC Coach Amy Ahlers


WAYNE – Wayne State College head women’s golf coach Joey Baldwin announced the first recruit for the 2021 recruiting class on national letter of intent signing day.
Boone Central High School senior Abbigail Brodersen committed to the Wildcat program Nov. 12.
Brodersen was a four-year starter in varsity golf at Boone Central. This past fall, Brodersen was the Class C individual state champion, with rounds of 77-78 at Elks Country Club in Columbus, and recorded a season scoring average of 77. Abby closed her high school career as a four-time Class C state qualifier and three-time Class C medalist, including a state runner-up finish as a junior.
During her high school career, Brodersen was a three-time district champion, two-time Mid-State Conference champion, and won 23 tournaments while collecting 41 total medals. Abby was a Super-State selection as a junior and senior.
Brodersen also excels in the classroom, earning Academic All-State honors all four years of high school.
“I am very excited to welcome Abby to our golf program,” remarked Baldwin. “She is very dedicated on the golf course and in the classroom, as well.
“Abby will have an immediate impact on our team. She is a fierce competitor, and I believe she has the ability to compete regionally and nationally. Abby has extraordinary length and I believe is just scratching the surface of her potential.”
Wayne State College is an NCAA Division II school located in Wayne, NE, and competes in the 16-team Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference.