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Herd Women's Golf Wraps Up Regular Season

13 April 2018
Herd Women's Golf Wraps Up Regular Season

This time gathering on The Tradition Golf Course in Charlotte serving as the home stomping ground of league member Vance, the Wildcats posted a team total of 153 strokes to chime in as the match runner-up, while the Devils racked up 162 strokes to land third. "We have really good kids, and I enjoy coaching them". They're committing themselves to some hard work.

"I just started playing holes instead of playing the shot at hand and getting ahead of myself", Sheehan commented.

The Hubmen return seven players that saw at least some time in a varsity competition previous year. Grizzlies distance runners E.J. Holland, a sophomore, and senior Alex Franklin are two of the highest-seeded Ashland runners entering the weekend, seeded second and ninth, respectively, in the boys 1,500 meter run. Lastly, Schumacher finished the day with a 78.

"Basically it's been hectic, but once you're out there the golf ball doesn't know if you're a major champion or not", said the Swede, who arrived in Hawaii late on Sunday.

After playing on Kinston's first golf team as sophomore, Moulton made a decision to turn his full attention to that sport and stepped away from also playing on the school's basketball team.

"We did not execute early", Porten said.

"When I was about 15 or 16, I was playing with grown men and beating them, so I realized I could do something with it", Moulton said of taking his game to a higher level. "Elliott played great. I was very impressed with his back nine and fourth place finish".

But there are four returning players from that team, giving coach Aaron Anderson some hope that his team could be better this spring. There are nine freshmen on the team who could crack the lineup this season. ". Both (Van Wert and Ufford) have really come a long way in the last few years and are looking really impressive in early season practice".

"People make time for things they think are important and I'll have to probably drag him off (golf course)".

"I like this quote because you don't want to be afraid of anything while golfing".

After finishing her career as a student-athlete, Katterhenry joined head coach Jim Hamilton's coaching staff as assistant coach and has helped build the next group of Purple Aces golfers.