Girls Golf Schedule & Results
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Monday Aug. 3 at 9:00 a.m. at Champions and Tuesday, Aug. 4 at 9:00 a.m. at Mentel Memorial. Golfers are responsible for all green fees. All players must be in attendance.
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Erin Harper '15 received the Memorial Tournament Wolfe & Associates Junior Golf Scholarship from Jack Nicklaus at Muirfield Village on 6.3.15. Congratulations Erin! We know you'll do great at Indiana next year!
ALL CCL - Erin Harper, Ellie Kairis, Abigail Meyers and Avery Wakefield
ALL DISTRICT - Erin Harper
Bishop Watterson girls golf team results click here. These results are the stats for every girl who has played golf at Bishop Watterson.
Erin Harper announced her intent to play golf at Indiana University. more
Erin Harper, Abbey Meyers, Avery Wakefield, Ellie Kairis and Claire Dougherty movie onto districts with defending state champion Erin Harper medaling at sectionals. The JV team finished 30-5 for the year, including taking first place in every MOGGL event.
Postseason underway for girls golf team - ThisWeek News 9.30.14
Row 1: Abbey Meyers, Samantha Mandzak, Jessica Lorenz, Avery Wakefield, Grace Kairis
Row 2: Alison Lang, Shelby Six, Annika Bisciotti, Erin Korn, Emma Coleman, Claire Dougherty Row 3: Head Coach Thomas Hrach, Alexandra Bryant, Erin Harper, Ellie Kairis, Asst. Coach Renaldo Pina
Watterson junior Erin Harper has been named Athlete of the Year for girls golf after winning the Division I state title Oct. 19. Honorees highlight fall season - ThisWeek News 11.21.13
This Watterson junior rewrote her team's record book this season while becoming its first state champion.
Harper had a 71.1 scoring average while shooting par or better on 273 of the 306 holes she played (89.2 percent). On those 306 holes, Harper shot par 199 times and had 71 birdies and three eagles. She finished 3-under par for the season.
While competing on 17 courses, Harper had 15 first-place finishes. She was runner-up twice, finished third once and placed ninth once.
The district Player of the Year shot an 18-hole team-record 6-under par while winning the Panther Invitational on Aug. 16 at Turnberry.
Harper shot 68 to win the Division I sectional Oct. 1 at Mentel Memorial and 72 to place second in the district tournament Oct. 8 at The Links at Groveport. In the state tournament Oct. 18 and 19 at Ohio State's Gray Course, Harper was the individual medalist with a 145.
"As you can see, Erin is the real deal," coach Rick McQuade said. "Erin plays in the moment and does not spend a lot of time looking in the rearview mirror. She knows what is in front of her is what matters."
Row 1: Alison Lang, Avery Wakefield, Jessica Lorenz, Mia Karam, Kat Zacheis, Claire Dougherty Row 2: Head Coach Rick McQuade, Nicki Stephan, Abigail Meyers, Anna Kairis, Erin Harper, Ellie Kairis, Alex Bryant, Sam Mandzak, Asst. Coach John Roberts
The Girls Golf team won the UA Invitational: Erin Harper, even par 72, overall medalist; Mia Karam, 79, 2nd medalist; and Abigail Meyers 81, 3rd medalist.
GOLF 2012 AWARDS
MVP- Natalie Meyers
Most Improved - Ann Jobko
Lowest Stroke Average - Erin Harper
Girls golfers finish in top 20 at state
Senior Natalie Meyers (left) and sophomore Erin Harper (right) of the girls golf team both finished in the top 20 in the Division I state tournament held Oct. 19 and 20 at Ohio State's Gray Course.
Meyers shot a 14-over-par 154 over 36 holes to tie Rocky River Magnificat's Jillian Hollis for 14th of 72 golfers, and Harper carded a 158 to tie Emily Jereb of Chardon Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin for 19th.
Medina Highland's Jessica Porvasnik won the state title with an even-par 140. ThisWeek News 10/24/12
Columbus Dispatch Weekly Wrap - Erin Harper top performer in Girls Golf 9/8/12
Erin Harper - Girls Golf
Harper, a sophomore, shot a 6-over 78 to win the Mid-Ohio Girls Golf League Division I tournament at Blacklick Woods in Reynoldsburg. It marked her sixth victory, second in the league, this season
|Thomas Hrach, Head Coach|
2010-2011 Awards - MOGGL, Sectional, District Champions,
8th in the State, 118-16 season, 19-0 league