LARAMIE, Wyo. – The University of Wyoming golf program has inked three new signees to its 2017-18 roster, men’s head coach Joe Jensen and women’s head coach Josey Stender announced Monday. Carl Underwood and Jared Edeen will join the Cowboys, while Jordan Remley will be the new member of the Cowgirls. Listed below is a profile of each new athlete in the Wyoming golf program.
Jared Edeen | Cheyenne, Wyo. | Cheyenne Central HS
Jared Edeen will be traveling a short distance to Laramie to join the Cowboy roster after playing golf at Cheyenne Central HS. Edeen is a four-time letterwinner in golf and a three-time letterwinner in ice hockey at Cheyenne Central, with his senior hockey season on tap for this winter. Edeen received All-State honors in golf during both his junior and senior seasons.
Edeen has exhibited strong leadership at Cheyenne Central, showcased by earning the title of hockey team captain for his senior season. He was the assistant team captain during his junior campaign.
Jared comes from a family full of Wyoming tradition. His father Dan, uncles Dave and Ryan, and brother Seth all played football for the Cowboys. Edeen was also recruited by Baylor, Michigan State, Nebraska, Nevada, Northern Colorado and Wisconsin. He plans to pursue a business degree at the University of Wyoming.
Wyoming Golf program director and men’s head coach Joe Jensen: “Jared is one of the best players in Wyoming. He’s very athletic and has phenomenal mechanics. He comes from a family of athletes. He has a great foundation and he’s going to do very well in a structured program. He’s a phenomenal kid and he’ll be a great fit.”
Carl Underwood | Richland, Wash. | Richland HS
Carl Underwood hails from Richland HS in Richland, Wash., the same high school attended by soon-to-be teammate Drew McCullough. He is a four-year letterwinner in golf at Richland, where his individual 4A state title in 2016 led his team to a third-place state finish. Underwood won district championships in both his sophomore and junior years and was also named All-Area MVP during his junior campaign.
In 2016, he was named a participant for Team Washington in the Junior America’s Cup, where his team shot -9 to win the tournament. Underwood has also excelled in the classroom at Richland, as he has been named to the school’s honor roll multiple times.
Underwood was born in Sheridan, Wyo., and comes from a family of athletes. His father played college football, while his uncle won three national championships as a swimmer at the University of Texas. He has one sister, Bridgette, who throws javelin at Eastern Washington University. Carl was also recruited by Seattle, Boise State and Saint Martin’s.
Wyoming Golf program director and men’s head coach Joe Jensen: “Carl is a premium player. He’s a top player in the state of Washington. He’s a big kid and he hits the ball hard. Carl’s got a lot of national experience and he’s won at a national level. He’s mature and he’s excited to be here. He’s very solid and his mindset is ‘let’s get going.’ We’re thrilled to have a guy like Carl.”
Jordan Remley | Arvada, Colo. | Ralston Valley HS
Jordan Remley will join the Cowgirls as a four-year letterwinner at Ralston Valley High School in Arvada, Colo. She will finish her senior season this spring under head coach Wendy Davies. Remley placed fifth as a junior to earn all-state recognition and help Ralston Valley to a fourth-place finish at last year’s 5A State Tournament. The team captain a year ago, Remley has also been all-conference three times during her high school career. She has twice placed at the Regional Tournament, which included all-tournament and MVP honors as a junior. Overall throughout her high school career, Remley won five RMJGT events, which included a second-place finish at the AJGA Preview at Brookhaven. She currently has a 76.2 scoring average and +1.5 handicap in addition to being ranked the 214th recruit in the 2017 class.
Excelling in the classroom as well, she has earned six academic letters to go along with her athletic achievements. She is the daughter of Douglas and Tracy Remley and has two brothers, Tyler and Ryan.
Wyoming women’s golf head coach Josey Stender: “I’m thrilled to sign a proven, top regional player in Jordan. She fits the mold that we have been very successful with the past few years in her athleticism, very high academic standards, coachability and tremendous work ethic. Jordan is an incredible ball striker that will give her a great advantage and help her transition well to the collegiate game. I believe with Jordan’s maturity and competitiveness she will be competing for us right away.”