CORPUS CHRISTI - Tonight, former Islanders women's golfer Liza Mucheru-Wisner continues her quest to become "The Apprentice" on NBC. Wisner is currently in the final three with tonight's episode deciding who will make the finals.
To get to this point she made it through the original 16 contestants, working her way through to be one of the final three in the show, after competing in several business challenges.
Should Wisner get through tonight's episode at 9 p.m. she will make it to the show's one-on-one final against the other remaining contestant.
The show, hosted by Donald Trump, gives contestants the opportunity to play for a position running one of Trump's companies and a $250,000 contract for one year.
Wisner played for the Islanders from 1999-2003 and was fourth all-time in school history with 27 tournaments played and nine top-10 finishes. Her lowest round with the Islanders was a 72 during her junior year at the New Mexico State Invitational.
She now works full-time as the associate director of the ELITE Graduate program at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.
Following her playing career, Wisner completed her education and received her Master's degree while simultaneously starting an educational technology company named Texas Techies. The organization was started to help bring opportunities that would not otherwise be available to underprivileged children.
Islanders fans can see how Mucheru-Wisner does tonight at 9 p.m. CT on NBC.