July 19, 2010
WASHINGTON - Georgetown University Head Women's Golf Coach Patty Post announced that two student-athletes have committed to the program and will join the team for the 2010-11 academic year.
Incoming freshmen for the Hoyas include Alice Choi (Whitestone, N.Y./Bayside) and Molly Plomaritis (Greensboro, N.C./Grimsley), who will join a young Blue & Gray squad that features two rising juniors and five rising sophomores.
Choi, a captain on her high school team all four years, has been playing golf for six years. She received the Most Valuable Player award on the women's golf team for the 2009-10 season and an Award for Excellence in women's varsity golf in 2010. Choi was the Individual Golf Champion in the Public School Athletic League from 2006-08.
Choi's high school team became the New York City Champions in 2009. Choi also came in first place in both the Tournament of Champions in the Metropolitan Junior Professional Golf Association (PGA) in 2009 and the New York State Junior PGA Championship in 2009.
Recently, Choi tied for sixth place in the American Junior Golf Association's (AJGA) New Jersey Junior, held at White Beeches Golf & Country Club in Haworth, N.J., posting a 36-hole score of 10-over par 152 (78-74). She also finished in sixth place at the AJGA's Lessing Classic, shooting an 18-over par 231 (73-80-78) at the Long Island National Golf Club from July 5-8
Plomaritis, the captain of the women's golf team at Grimsley her junior and senior years, has been playing golf for 11 years. Her high school team was the state runner-up in 2008 and placed fourth in the state championship in 2009. Plomaritis was individually ranked 13th in North Carolina in 2008 and sixth in 2009. At age 8, she recorded a 66 on a par-72 course, and at age 9, she fired a 9-under par 63 on a par-72 course. Plomaritis also qualified for the United States Golf Association's Girls Championships at age 13.