Collegiate Golfer to Make History

She'll become the first collegiate athlete with Down syndrome to compete for a national title.

Video Transcript

- A 22-year-old golfer is set to make history next week. This is Amy Bockerstette. She'll become the first collegiate athlete with down syndrome to compete for a national title when she plays in the National Junior College Championships in Florida. Now, she's already made history as the first person with down syndrome to earn a college athletic scholarship. She's a student at Paradise Valley Community College in Phoenix. This is so inspiring, and she'll definitely have a lot of fans following along.