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Girls’ golf player heads into second round of Sections

Sophomore Izzy Segal watches her ball after she hits it May 2 at Theodore Wirth Golf Course. Segal was the only girls' golf player to make Sections this year.

Sofia Seewald, Ethan Meisler, and Ruby Stillman

June 2, 2019

With hopeful State prospects, sophomore Izzy Segal said she anticipates playing to the best of her ability at Sections. “I’m looking forward to playing and putting around at the course again. I know the course well (and) I played the last three years at Sections and am looking forward to hope...

Girls’ golf suffers loss to Southwest

Sophomore girls' golf member Brianna Dahl takes a swing on the fairway at the match May 2 against Southwest at Theodore Wirth Golf Course. The next match will be May 6 at Crystal Lake Golf Course.

Ruby Stillman, Sofia Seewald, and Ethan Meisler

May 5, 2019

Despite a tough loss to Southwest in their latest match, junior Lily Rostal said she felt the team persevered by encouraging teammates and spending time together after the match. “I think we all really bonded as a team and we got through the match together,” Rostal said. “At the tee box we would all stand there and after someo...

Boys’ golf suffers first loss

Freshman Charlie Poulter chips at the first hole during a match against Armstrong April 9. The match took place at Brookview Golf Course.

Sofia Seewald, Ruby Stillman, and Ethan Meisler

April 14, 2019

After losing to Robbinsdale Armstrong in the first match of the season, freshman golfer Tommy Tight said he wishes he had played better, but is able to look ahead to the next match. “I don’t think anyone was super happy with how they played yesterday, but our coach said that he liked the way no...

Girls’ golf brings in three new coaches

Freshman prospective girls' golf member Jordan Clarke talks to coach Kevin Jones about the season's goals at a meeting Feb. 28. Kevin Jones, Matt Stangl and Stacy Seidel will be the three new coaches for girls' golf this season.

Ethan Meisler, Ruby Stillman, and Sofia Seewald

March 15, 2019

After playing on the Park girls’ golf team for three years, varsity player, junior Lily Rostal, said she anticipates the incoming coaches this season will bring new teaching methods the team. “I am looking forward to experiencing a new way of coaching and seeing how (the new coaches) work with ...

Girls’ golf prepares for spring season

Sophomore Maia Seidel hits an approach shot during a match on May 9 at Brookview Golf Course. The girls' golf 2019 season will hold their first practice March 18.

Ethan Meisler, Sofia Seewald, and Ruby Stillman

March 4, 2019

After having a memorable, yet tough golf season last year, sophomore Maia Seidel said she hopes this year’s team will learn to appreciate the sport more. “I’m really excited for this year because last year wasn’t the best year for us,” Seidel said. “I think we lost a few players, and I j...

Junior gets hit in the head with golf ball, causes concussion

Junior Anika Hanson hits a shot while standing in a sand trap during her match. The match took place at Dwan golf course April 4.

Nicole Sanford and Ruby Stillman

May 29, 2018

After getting hit in the head by a golf ball while riding a golf cart alongside her friends, junior Anika Hanson said the initial shock of the incident left her feeling confused on what had happened. “It hurt at first, but I didn’t really even know if I got hit or not because I was kind of in...

Girls’ golf perseveres through tough match

Freshman Maia Seidel hits an approach shot during a match May 9 at Brookview Golf Course. The next varsity match is 7:30 a.m. May 14 at Rush Creek.

Nicole Sanford and Ruby Stillman

May 11, 2018

According to senior Carly Livingston, the girls’ golf team faced some challenges during its most recent conference match May 9. “A couple girls on the team played really well, and the other half didn’t just because Brookview is a pretty hard course just because there’s a lot of water hazards,...

Girls’ Golf Quiz

Junior Rachel Salzer practices her swing at golf practice April 12. The team has been practicing indoors at the St. Louis Park Lifetime Fitness due to cold weather.

Nicole Sanford

April 22, 2018

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Girls’ golf combats weather

Girls' golf captain senior Carly Livingston practices her swing indoors at the Life Time Fitness in Park. The teams has been practicing indoors due to the cold weather.

Nicole Sanford and Ruby Stillman

April 15, 2018

Beginning her second year on the girls’ golf team, junior Erica Dudley said the cold spring weather could make for a more stagnant season than in years past. “We just don’t get to play that much this season,” Dudley said. “I’m upset that we don’t get to play outside. I don’t love pla...

Girls’ golf holds parent meeting

Girls' golf head coach Zach Strouts greets a parent at the parent informational meeting April 4. The first match is at 2 p.m. April 10 at the Bluff Creek Golf Course.

Nicole Sanford and Ruby Stillman

April 8, 2018

Stephanie Slavik, the mother of a first-time golfer, said attending the girls’ golf informational parent meeting left her feeling confident about the expectations for the rest of the season on behalf of her daughter, junior Paige Slavik. “(Coach) Zach went through the basics of his expectations in t...

Girls’ golf to begin

Freshman Izzy Segal hits the ball during a golf match at Theodore Wirth Park.

Nicole Sanford and Ruby Stillman

March 11, 2018

Looking ahead to the upcoming start of the 2018 girls’ golf season, senior captain Carly Livingston said the pending Varsity team leaves her interested in who will fill the last spot. “I’m looking forward to seeing who will be playing on Varsity this year because we lost a few players last yea...

Girls’ Golf banquet looks back on the season thus far

Junior Jillian Volk tracks her shot at the JV golf match May 4. The JV season concluded on May 16.

Jacob Stillman

May 25, 2017

With sections still to come for the girls’ varsity golf team, the team had its celebratory banquet at Wolfe Park Pavilion May 23. Junior varsity player Julia Austad said although it is a little different having the banquet before the season is fully over, it must be before school is out to ensure maximum attendance. “We cannot cel...

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