Bemidji State signs 2 Minnesotans, including sibling of current player
November 16 – BEMIDJI – The Bemidji State women’s golf team has added two more players to its 2024 signing class, and they won’t have to cross any state lines to get to BSU.
Lauren Kammann (Elk River) and Bailey Tilley (Savage) signed to join the Beavers for the 2024-25 season, bringing the total number of Bemidji State women’s golf signings to three for this cycle. Multi-sport athlete Trista Bilden has committed to join the BSU women’s golf team as well as the Beavers’ track and field team.
Kammann is the sister of Bemidji State women’s golf freshman Haylee Kammann. Kammann has collected four golf letters in her varsity letter and is a three-sport athlete, also participating in swimming and hockey.
She placed in the top 45 at the MSHSL girls golf state championship two years in a row.
“It is a pleasure to welcome Lauren to the Beaver Golf family,” BSU head women’s golf coach Erica Gartner said in a news release. “Her ties to BSU run deep, and I am extremely grateful that she was able to see herself here as well. She is a true competitor on the course, and I am thrilled to have the opportunity to see her succeed here at this level. , both on her course and away.”
Tilley is a two-year golf captain at Burnsville High School and was named all-conference in golf. She has also played hockey and skated as a forward on Burnsville’s 2022 MSHSL Class AA consolation championship team.
“I couldn’t be more excited to have Bailey with us next fall,” Gartner said. “She works hard to fine tune her golf game throughout the year and brings a skill set fun with her. It will be fun to see her transition to the college game and be able to impact BSU from the jump.”