Chat with Mesha Levister

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Welcome to SportsNation! On Monday, pro golfer Mesha Levister stops by to chat as part of's tribute to Black History Month.

History making is a term much used when describing Mesha Levister. She was the only female on the men's golf team at North Carolina Central University, and she later became team MVP and won CIAA Rookie of the Year. In 2004 she earned the VSGA (Virginia State Golf Association) Women's Golfer of the Year award, making her the first African-American and first African-American woman to win any VSGA Player of the Year award.

Levister is set to compete on the 2011 LPGA Futures Tour starting March 25 in Winter Haven, Fla. Should she finish in the top-10 in money earnings, she'll become only the fifth African-American female golfer to ever become a LPGA member.

Send your questions now and join Levister Monday at 12:30 p.m. ET!

Follow Mesha Levister on Twitter: @MeshaLevister.

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