Lady Falcon Golfers Sign NCAA Letters of Intent


NCAA Signing Day

November 12, 2014: Three Lady Falcons have signed NCAA National Letter of Intents during the early signing period.  Tiffany Chan has signed with University of Southern California, Courtney Cobb has signed with University of North Florida and Whitney Stevenson signed with Virginia Tech.  All three players will be attending their prospective schools starting in the fall of 2015.

Tiffany Chan, who is currently ranked 30th in the World Amateur Rankings will be playing for #2 ranked University of Southern California.  USC won the NCAA National Championship in 2013 and is by far one of the power house programs in the country.  “USC is a perfect fit for Tiffany.  This is her dream school and she is really looking forward to playing for them.  I am very proud of her accomplishments and I know she will be very successful at USC,” stated Coach Laura Brown.

Whitney Stevenson who will be attending Virginia Tech next fall will truly be a part of something special.  Virginia Tech, who is just starting a women’s golf program kicks off their inaugural season in the fall of 2015.  “Whitney is very deserving of this opportunity and I think Virginia Tech is not only the perfect fit for her athletically, but for her academics as well.  Whitney has worked very hard and has improved so much during her two years here at Daytona State and I am very proud of her,” commented Coach Laura Brown. 

Courtney Cobb signed her NLI with University of North Florida.  Courtney, who is from Jacksonville is very familiar with the area and will feel at home becoming a UNF Osprey.  Former DSC player, Mary Dawson will be Cobb’s teammate next year and they are great friends.  “Going to UNF is the perfect fit for Courtney and I’m very happy for her,” said Coach Brown.

This is the first time in the history of the Women’s Golf Program that all of our sophomores have signed in the early signing period.  “Having players of this caliber is obviously great for the program and having them all sign early is truly a testament to their talents,” said Coach Laura Brown.