Transfer Alyssa Morahan leads Catamounts in her first tournament
Sophomore Maddi Caldwell carded a team-best 78 on Monday
Transfer Alyssa Morahan led the Catamounts in 13th-place tie
Both the men’s and women’s teams in action beginning Sunday
Hopkins, Galloway and Caldwell each recognized by coaches’ association
Prior to Western Carolina: Was a three-time Gainesville Times Girls' Golfer of the Year, winning the Georgia Class AAA girls golf championship as a senior after a runner-up finish as a junior and a fifth-place showing as a sophomore ... Is the only girl in Dawson County High history to win the Georgia individual medalist honors earning her Class AAA Player of the Year ... Among her tremendous amateur career, won the Junior Masters held in Braselton, Ga., In April of 2014, and finished third in the Georgia State Golf Association (GSGA) Girls Championship, a 54-hole, stroke-play event that earned her a spot on the four-player team representing the state of Georgia that defeated the South Carolina squad ... Playing on the OJGT Junior Golf Tour, posted a pair of individual medalist honors including winning the OJGT Junior at The Achasta Golf Club and was the top girls' finisher in the OJGT Junior at Chateau Elan ... Also competed in five tournaments in the Southeastern Junior Golf Tour between 2011 and 2014, recording five, top five finishes including three first-place showings ... Finished second at the SJGT Lakewood Junior Classic at the Lakewood Golf Course in Point Clear, Ala., in March of 2014 ... Was named the 2012-13 Girls High School Player of the Year by the All-American Junior Golf Tour, finishing as a second alternate for the 2012 U.S. Girls' Junior Qualifying.
Personal: Full name is Madison Caldwell, but goes by "Maddi" ... Is the daughter of David and Ann Caldwell ... Her older brother, Zach Caldwell, played collegiate golf at the University of North Georgia.