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Zoe Slaughter Serves As Texas A&M's First Black Women's Golfer

#ZoeSlaughter has made history as the first African-American woman to join the Texas A&M women's #golf program, which dates back to 1975. Despite facing challenges, Slaughter has thrived on and off the course, earning recognition for her talent and positive attitude.

Described as the team's "glue," Slaughter's upbeat demeanor and strong work ethic have endeared her to teammates and coaches alike. Her family's athletic background, particularly her grandfather's introduction to golf as a caddy, has influenced her journey in the sport.

Slaughter's success began in high school and continued into college, where she was named the American Conference Freshman of the Year at the University of #Houston before transferring to Texas A&M.

At A&M, Slaughter has helped lead the team to unprecedented success, including two consecutive trips to the national semifinals. She has set records and clinched important victories, such as securing the SEC title for her team.

Beyond her achievements on the golf course, Slaughter hopes to inspire others, especially young Black girls, to pursue their dreams fearlessly. Her story serves as a testament to perseverance, hard work, and the belief that people can succeed with dedication and determination.

Congratulations Zoe Slaughter!



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