Amy Bockerstette has a knack for being first. 
As a junior in 2016, she became the first golfer with Down syndrome to qualify for the Arizona state high school tournament. After repeating the feat as a senior — when she finished 75th out of 225 entrants — she became the first person with Down syndrome to earn an athletic college scholarship, accepting a full ride to Phoenix’s Paradise Valley Community College in 2018.
Next week, Bockerstette is slated to become the first athlete with Down syndrome to play in a national collegiate athletic championship.

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