Graduation diary: Megan Rosenfeld
May 18, 2012
Hey fellow Longhorns,
My name is Megan Rosenfeld, and I am a graduating senior on the Texas Women’s Golf team. On Saturday morning I will be walking across the stage to receive my Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. I was also a Pre-Med student to help me achieve my goal of becoming a doctor (hopefully by the age of 35).
I can’t believe four years have already passed - it sure has been one wild ride. Now that finals are over, I have had a few days to reminisce on my experience here as a student-athlete. Representing The University of Texas has been an incredible, life-altering experience that I will always cherish. I have met extremely talented, wise, and self-driven people who take great pride in being Longhorns. I couldn’t have asked for a better place to spend my collegiate golf career.
It is often said, “everything is bigger and better in Texas.” However, it would be better said, “everything is bigger and better AT Texas.” The facilities are the best in the country, whether it is our academic center, gyms, or my personal favorite, the University of Texas Golf Club. I am truly blessed to have played golf here alongside my amazing teammates, unconditionally supportive academic and athletic departments, and fellow peers. Organic Chemistry, biochemistry and dissection lab may have gotten the best of me without this support system in place.
I have grown as a person, a leader, a student, a teammate, and an athlete. I have been pushed mentally and physically to reach my full potential - thank you to everyone who has been a part of making me “Texas tough.”
Texas will forever be a part of who I am and I am so excited to see what the future has in store for me and my Texas Golf family.