Emily Goldenstein
Emily  Goldenstein


Chesterfield, Mo.

High School:
Parkway West HS


Tiger 3.0 Club (Fall 2014)


Davis, Harris Highlight Award Recipients at PAWScars

Event recognized Memphis Athletics' "best of the best"


Women's Golf Finishes Tied for Fifth at Conference Tournament

Michaela Fletcher finishes fifth.


Women's Golf Remains Sixth at American Championships

Fletcher tied for third through two rounds.


Women's Golf Tied for Sixth Following American Championship First Round

Fletcher and Cabush in top 10 following first round.


Women's Golf Finishes 13th at Rebel Intercollegiate

Fletcher finishes tied for 32nd.


Final Round of 2015 American Athletic Conference Women's Golf Championship

Final round of the 2015 American Athletic Conference women's golf championship.


Memphis Women's Golf Intercollegiate

Memphis Women's Golf Intercollegiate - Ridgeway Country Club - September 9, 2014. Photos by Joe Murphy

Memphis women's golfer Emily Goldenstein

Emily Goldenstein was an All-State Class Two Missouri Team selection in 2012 and 2013. At Parkway West High School, Goldenstein qualified for the state tournament in all four seasons as a golfer. She posted top-35 finishes in all four state tournament appearances, including a third place finish as a junior in 2012 and a sixth-place finish as a senior in 2013.

Goldenstein was named the Suburban South Conference Player of the Year in 2012 and 2013, and was a First-Team Suburban South Conference selection in four consecutive seasons. Goldenstein was also a St. Louis Post Dispatch All-Metro St. Louis selection in 2012 (2013 selections not yet announced), and a third team selection as a sophomore in 2011.

Goldenstein was named the 2013 Accelerated Golf Tour Player of the Year in 2013 after posting three first-place finishes on the tour. As a result, she qualified for and played in the 2013 Junior PGA National Championship in Washington D.C.

At Parkway West, Goldenstein served as the No. 1 golfer on the varsity team for all four seasons. She is also a four-year starter on the varsity basketball team, and holds the school record for career three pointers.

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