Women's Golf

Welcome Additions

STANFORD, Calif. – The Stanford women's golf team has signed two accomplished student-athletes to National Letters of Intent, the program announced Wednesday.
The fifth-ranked Cardinal will be joined next fall by Brooke Seay of San Diego, California, and Angelina Ye of Bradenton, Florida. Both will bring impressive credentials to The Farm.

"Brooke is a California junior golf legend," said Anne Walker, the Margot and Mitch Milias Director of Women's Golf.  "She has been competing and succeeding at the state level since she was 12-years-old. We have followed her during the past six or seven years and loved watching her rise to the top of the game not only at the junior level but at the amateur level. We are very fortunate that she selected Stanford as her college destination and we can't wait to immerse her in our culture."
"Angelina has had Stanford as her target for many years and she was persistent and patient in her journey. She has experience both nationally and internationally. She has competed at the professional level many times and won at the amateur level several times. Angelina is very familiar with top level golf, and there is no doubt that her determination and ambition will carry over to Stanford and our team environment."
Seay, No. 7 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Junior Rankings, made the cut at the 2017 U.S. Women's Open and represented Team USA at the 2017 Junior Solheim Cup, posting a 3-0-0 mark. She also played for Team USA at the 2018 Wyndham Cup and went undefeated (4-0-0).
Seay has participated in five U.S. Girls' Junior Championships, reaching the Round of 16 in 2018, and in three U.S. Women's Amateur Championships, advancing to the Round of 32 this year. She won the 2017 AJGA Annika Invitational and finished fourth at the 2018 World Junior Girls Championship.
The CIF Player of the Year in 2015 and 2016, Seay led Francis Parker School to four CIF Coastal League Championships, captured the individual title in 2015, and was CIF Player of the Year in 2015 and 2016.

Seay graduated Cum Laude.
Ye was born in Shanghai, China, moved to the U.S. in 2016, and attends the IMG Academy in Florida. She was a 2018 Rolex First Team All-American and a second team selection in 2017 and 2016. Last January, she captured the ANNIKA Invitational, earning an exemption to the Symetra Tour's Natural Charity Classic.
Ye is No. 8 in the Rolex AJGA Girls Rankings. She played on the 2018 China National Team and earned low amateur honors at the 2018 Buick LPGA Invitational and CTBC Invitational, tying for eighth. Ye also tied for fourth at the Polo Junior Classic.
Ye competed in the 2018 U.S. Women's Open, was a U.S. Women's Amateur fourball finalist, and claimed low amateur at the Natural Charity Classic. She was also the 2017 National Sports Games of China Champion, runner-up in the Swinging Skirts AJGA Invitational and finished third in the Girl's Junior PGA Championship.
Ye represented the East Team in the 2016 and 2017 Wyndham Cup.
She is a member of the National Honor Society.