2023-24 Nebraska Women's Golf Team

Honors & Awards

  • Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2023)
  • JGAA Girls 15-18 Player of the Year (2022-23)
  • Milt Coggins Jr./Junior World Qualifier Champion (2022)
  • JGAA Maricopa Junior Champion (2022)
  • JGAA Tucson City Junior Champion (2022)
  • JGAA Bruce Brown Yuma City Champion (2022)
Outlook (2023-24)
Mackenzie Bream is a relative newcomer to the game of golf, joining her older sister, Brooke, in taking up the sport during the COVID-19 pandemic in the spring of 2020. Mackenzie has continued to grow her game. In 2022, Bream was the Junior Golf Association of Arizona Girls 15-18 Player of the Year after winning individual titles at the Milt Coggins Jr./Junior World Qualifier, the Maricopa Junior Championship, the Tucson City Junior and the Bruce Brown Yuma City Junior, along with runner-up finishes at the Phoenix City Junior and Thunderbird Junior.
 
Before Nebraska
As a senior at Arcadia High School in the fall of 2022, Bream tied for 14th individually at the Arizona Division 2 girls state championship at Tucson National. She helped Arcadia to a 10th-place team finish. In the fall of 2021, Bream tied for 52nd individually at the Arizona Girls Division 2 Championship.  She also competed in volleyball, soccer and track and field for the Titans during her high school career at Arcadia.
 
Bream was the Junior Golf Association of Arizona Girls 15-18 Player of the Year in 2022-23 after winning individual titles at the Milt Coggins Jr./Junior World Qualifier, the Maricopa Junior Championship, the Tucson City Junior and the Bruce Brown Yuma City Junior, along with runner-up finishes at the Phoenix City Junior and Thunderbird Junior. Most recently, Bream tied for fourth at the Arizona Junior Golf Championship in the summer of 2023.
 
Personal
The daughter of Scott and Shelly Bream, Mackenzie was born Dec. 5, 2004. She is majoring in finance and earned a spot on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in the fall of 2023. Her older sister, Brooke, is a redshirt sophomore on the Nebraska women’s golf team in 2023-24. Mackenzie’s mother is a University of Nebraska graduate.
 
Mackenzie’s father is the vice president for player personnel for the Detroit Tigers. A three-sport athlete at Millard South High School, Scott Bream advanced to the Triple A level after playing in the San Diego Padres (1989-1995), Chicago Cubs (1995) and Detroit Tiger organizations (1996-98) after being drafted in the second round by San Diego in the 1989 MLB Draft. He continued in the Tigers organization as an advance scout in 1999, and has spent all but two (2011-12, Padres) of the last 23 seasons in the Tigers organization.