The 2015 girls golf season was full of adjustments that led to big improvements.
The girls team was made up of a junior, four sophomores, and a freshman. They are very young but are building a foundation for future years.
“This year the team bonded, and really got to know each other,” Evie Schwab ‘19 said.
The first invite of the year was held in Beatrice where the team finished sixth. The Seward invite was the largest and toughest meet of the year, and the girls finished ninth. At our home Fairbury invite the girls finished fifth.
“I took a lot of steps forward this year. At our home Invite I was 15 strokes better than what I had been doing, and our team made a lot of improvements by conference,” Madi Black ‘17 said.
The Crete Invite was another tough meet, and the team came in eighth place. After Crete, the Jeff traveled to the Pius Invite, Conference and Districts wound up their season, where they came in seventh place as a team.
Freshman, Sara Mitchel was close to medalling at the Seward invite, and also improved through the season. “I think the team’s technique made a lot of changes that were for the better and that will hopefully carry into next year’s season.”