Addie Baggarly is a full time TOPS student, but also plays on the THS women's golf team.
BRISTOL, TN- Tennessee High's Addie Baggarly put the pen to paper on Thursday, officially signing with the Florida Gator's women's golf team.
"I'm looking to better my game and eventually, after I graduate, turn pro," said Baggarly. "But, first and foremost, I am there to get a degree and I'm really looking forward to the experience.
Baggarly finished third overall at the TSSAA State Tournament, helping the Vikings to a 4th place finish as a team. Baggarly was named the Big 7 Conference Player of the Year and is excited to hit the greens for the Gators next season.
"I really love my coaches and as soon as I stepped on campus it felt like home," said Baggarly. "They've really welcomed me into the family. I'm a third generation Gator, so that helps a lot as well."
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