Bruce Leads Warrior Women’s Golf All-Decade Team
Lewis-Clark State College Sports Information
LEWISTON, Idaho – Heather Bruce, Lewis-Clark State Women’s Golf’s latest All-American, was voted the MVP of the Decade. The team, announced on Friday, features five former Warriors that helped contribute to the success of LC State Women’s Golf in the last decade.
Also voted into the group by fans were: (alphabetically) Madilyn Brown, Karina Davila, Blake Greenup and Marissa Louder.
Bruce (2009-10, 2011-14) put together a decorated career with the Warriors. In her first season of action, she was named the Frontier Conference Freshman of the Year and Second-Team All-Frontier Conference. As a sophomore, she had three top 10 finishes and finished third in the conference in scoring average at 76.6. Bruce was named the Frontier Conference Player of the Year as a junior, as well as First-Team All-Frontier Conference after leading the FC in per-round average at 77.7. She placed 51st at nationals. She became the first LC State women’s golfer since 2007 to be named an All-American after garnering First-Team All-American honors in her senior season. She won six of eight tournaments and was named the conference Player of the Year for the second year in a row.
A recent graduate of LC State, Brown (2018-20) picked up First-Team All-Frontier Conference honors in both her seasons as a Warrior. In her junior season, she had five top-10 outings and placed sixth at the conference championship. Brown earned her first-career victory at the Carroll College Fighting Saints Invitational with a career-low of 148. She had two top-five finishes in the pandemic-shortened season.
Davila (2012-16) was a three-time First-Team All-Frontier Conference selection and finished as the runner-up at the Carroll College Frontier Tournament her junior season. She took home medalist honors at a Frontier Conference regular season tournament as a senior, and tied for 51st at nationals during her sophomore season and was picked Second-Team All-Frontier Conference as a freshman.
Greenup (2016-18) earned the first medalist honors of her career with a win at the Warrior Invitational as a senior. She averaged 78.9 strokes per round and earned Second-Team All-Frontier Conference honors.
Louder (2015-19) capped her four-year career with a win at the Frontier Conference Championship and an appearance as an individual at the national tournament. She was the Frontier Conference Freshman of the Year in 2016 and earned First-Team All-Frontier Conference honors all four years. During her senior season Louder had five top-five finishes and won medalist honors twice. She is currently an assistant coach for the Warriors.
Allison Kadinger and Kayla Monroe were also included in the poll.
The LC State Tennis All-Decade Poll will go live on Facebook and Twitter on Monday morning. Stay tuned to @LCWarriors social media for more information.