The ladies golf group began off the season robust with a 203-292 win over Marymount Excessive College in its season opener March 25. This match comes virtually a 12 months and a half after the group’s final competitors within the earlier season’s CIF playoffs in November of 2019 attributable to COVID-19 postponement of the squad’s normal fall season.
Regardless of the big hole between aggressive seasons, the group nonetheless shot persistently low. The low card for the match went to Chronicle Assistant Sports activities Editor Maxine Zuriff ’22 who scored 38, carefully adopted by Katie Kennedy ’21 and Claire Younger ’24 every taking pictures 40.
Kennedy mentioned she is longing for a affluent season with the group’s new coach, Branden Augustus, who was named program head in August.
“I assumed [the match] was good and we work nicely as a group,” Kennedy mentioned. “We’re all tremendous pushed to do nicely and nicely led by our new coach so it must be a enjoyable and profitable season.”
Marine Degryse ’22 credited the group’s robust begin to the big variety of returning members, making it simpler to return to enjoying after such an extended offseason.
“Our group is stronger than ever,” Degryse mentioned. “With many new women and returning varsity members all enjoying collectively once more, I believe this season shall be a great one.”
The squad seems to take its momentum into one other league match on April 13 at Los Robles Golf Course.