State Champions Crowned in Girls Golf



Tuesday, October 10, 2017

State Champions Crowned in Girls Golf

The 47th WIAA State Girls Golf Tournament produced team and individual champions in two divisions at University Ridge in Madison Tuesday.

Arrowhead successfully defending its title from a year ago to win the Division 1 team championship with a four-player, 36-hole score of 630. The Warhawks’ win their fourth State title overall in 18 State Tournament appearances. Milton finished second with a score of 657, and Brookfield Central placed third at 664.

After tying for fourth place last season, Mia Seeman of Milton led throughout the tournament, earning individual medalist honors with a 1-over-par 145 for 36 holes. Abby Cavaiani of Kettle Moraine placed second at +3 with a score of 147 after a sixth-place finished a year ago. Defending champion Emily Lauterbach of Arrowhead placed third with a 148.

Aquinas wins its first girls golf team championship in its first tournament appearance as a team, capturing the Division 2 crown with a score of 717. Edgewood finished 15 strokes back of the leader with a 732. Fox Valley Lutheran placed third with a score of 741.

Individually in Division 2, Erika Priebe of Fox Valley Lutheran emerged among from four leaders tied at the start of the second day to earn medalist honors at +16 with a score of 160. She tied for ninth last season. Emily Neff of Hayward finished second at 162 after placing seventh last year. and in the first day produced a four-way tie for first. Sydney Brandt of Catholic Memorial placed third with a 164 after placing 18th in Division 1 in 2016.


Division 1:  Team | Individual

Division 2:  Team | Individual

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