Waubonsie Valley High School

Indian Prairie School District 204

Boys Golf

WVHS Boys Golf

Current Season:
 

2016 Team Photos  
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 2016 Varsity

 
Frosh/Soph


Head Coach:
Eric Flodberg 
Assistant Coach: 
Dave Koopmann 

WVHS Boys Golf History

Year Coach Overall Conf. Record Conf. Place Notable
2016-17
Eric Flodberg
5-5
3-5
3rd 
2015-16 Eric Flodberg 5-5 5-3 4th Sectional Qualifiers
2014-15 Eric Flodberg 4-7 3-4 3rd  
2013-14 Dave Owles 6-4 4-2 Champs  
2012-13 Dave Owles 7-2 5-1 2nd  
2011-12 Dave Owles 11-1 6-0 Champs  
2010-11 Dave Owles 9-2 6-0 Champs Sectional Qualifiers
2009-10 Dave Owles 9-3 9-2 3rd Sectional
and State
Qualifiers
Sectional Champions
9th in State
2008-09 Dave Owles 7-4 7-3 3rd Sectional Qualifiers
2007-08 Dave Owles 8-2 8-1 5th Sectional Qualifiers
2006-07 Brad Lange 7-8 7-3 5th  
2005-06 Brad Lange 5-11 5-6 4th  
2004-05 Brad Lange 9-7 8-2 2nd  
2003-04 Brad Lange   6-4 6th Sectional
and State
Qualifiers
7th in State
2002-03 Brad Lange 9-9 5-5 4th  
2001-02 Brad Lange 6-12 4-6 8th  
2000-01 Brad Lange 8-9 6-4 5th  
1999-00 Brad Lange 13-2 8-1 2nd  
1998-99 Steve Schuit 14-2 7-2 Tourney Champs 
2nd Overall
 
1997-98 Steve Schuit 14-2   3rd  Sectional Qualifiers
1996-97 Spike Grosshuesch 10-1 7-1 2nd  Sectional Qualifiers
1995-96 Spike Grosshuesch 13-0 8-0 Champs Sectional
and State
Qualifiers
6th in State
1994-95 Spike Grosshuesch 11-1 7-1 Champs  
1993-94 Spike Grosshuesch 12-0 8-0 Champs  
1992-93 Spike Grosshuesch 12-3 7-1 2nd Sectional Qualifiers
1991-92 Spike Grosshuesch 13-3 7-1 2nd  
1990-91 Spike Grosshuesch 11-0 7-0 Champs  
1989-90 Spike Grosshuesch 10-4 5-2 3rd  
1988-89 Spike Grosshuesch 12-2 6-1 Champs  
1987-88 Spike Grosshuesch 9-6 5-2 Champs  
1986-87 Spike Grosshuesch 10-11 3-4 5th  
1985-86 Spike Grosshuesch 9-6 6-1 3rd  
1984-85 Spike Grosshuesch 2-11 1-6 6th  
1983-84 Spike Grosshuesch 3-8 3-4 6th  
1982-83 Bob Mattingly 8-4 4-3 4th  
1981-82 Bob Mattingly 4-7 3-4 6th  
1980-81 Bob Mattingly 2-9 2-5 5th  
1979-80 Bob Mattingly 2-12 4-3 5th  
1978-79 Bob Mattingly 10-6 5-2 5th  
1977-78 Bob Mattingly 8-7 2-5 5th  
1976-77 Bob Mattingly 3-14 1-6 7th  
1975-76 Bob Mattingly 3-12 1-6 7th  

 

Blank spaces in Records and Conference placement are unknown. Please contact
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WVHS Boys Golf
Individual Honors

All-Conference

 

1976 1977
Scott Miller Scott Miller
1978 1979
Scott Miller -- Conference Champion Laurence Neuman
1980 1981
Laurence Neuman Laurence Neuman
1982  ~~
Karl Krause  ~~
1983 1984
Karl Krause Jeff Bonham
1985 1986
Shane Baumgartner David Hentrich
1987 1988
Scott Stevens Joe Harriman -- Conference Champion
Andy Smith Mark Wiktor
  Dan Bond
1989 1990
Joe Sprott Matt Cannan -- Conference Champion
  Joe Sprott
1991 1992
Ben Ellsworth Ben Ellsworth
1993 1994
Ben Ellsworth - Conference Champion Jason LeMaistre-Conference Champion
Jason LeMaistre Bill Nestel
Bill Nestel Eric Thompson
Eric Thompson Ed Woiteshek
1995 1996
Ed Woiteshek -- Conference Champ Anthony Bakken
Jason LeMaistre Greg Walker
Bill Nestel Ed Woiteshek
Dave Lampe  
Greg Walker  
1997 1998
Ed Woiteshek Mark Romin
Andy Roderique Jon Haugens
J.D. Ask Mike Bailey
  Bryan Mowll
1999 2002
Michael Bailey Zach Murphy
Chris Fitch Greg Roderique
Bert Kaulen
2003 2004
Mark Dale Greg Roderique
Karthik Ramachandran Phil Wolverton
  Peter Tanaka
2005 2008
Peter Tanaka Drew Kokosa
Chris Gregg Josh Stefanski
Paul Asheim  
2009 2010
Thomas O'Bryan Josh Stefanski

Alec Meyer

Alex Koulos
2011 2012 
Alex Koulos - UEC MVP Austin Datz - UEC MVP - Conf. Champ
Alec Meyer Jason Marrs
Eric Copeland Zach Mayer
Jeremy Weiland  
2013 2014
Jason Marrs - UEC MVP - Conf. Champ Jack Troy
Zach Mayer Conrad Esch
2015 2016
Jake Wright Jack Troy
Jack Troy - Special Mention Will Troy
 

State Qualifiers

1977 1992
Scott Miller - 20th Place Ben Ellsworth - 21st Place
1993 1995
Ben Ellsworth Ed Woiteshek - 17th Place
  Jason LeMaistre - 11th Place
  Dave Hough
  Greg Walker
  Dave Lampe
  Bill Nestel
1996 1997
Greg Walker - 53rd
Andy Roderique - 17th Place
1998 1999
Mark Romin - 53rd Mike Bailey - 11th Place
2003 2004
Mark Dale - 44th Greg Roderique - 36th
Karthik Ramachandran - 90th  
Greg Roderique - 20th Place  
Peter Tanaka - 138th  
Phil Wolverton - 90th  
Brian Colbert - 68th  
2005 2008
Peter Tanaka - 84th Josh Stefanski - 16th Place
2009
2010
Thomas O'Bryan - 77th Thomas O'Bryan
Alex Koulos - 92nd
STATE CHAMPION
Dylan Despot - 105th  
Alec Meyer - 17th Place  
Brian Salerno - 77th  
Josh Stefanski - 43rd  
2011 2013
Alec Meyer - 9th Place Jason Marrs - 5th Place
Alex Koulos - 44th  
Eric Copeland - 93rd  
2015 2016
Jack Troy - 52nd Jack Troy - 100th

Some information may be missing or unknown. Please contact
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WVHS Boys Golf Season Recaps

2016

Varsity: 5-5 Overall, 3-5 in Conference (3rd Place), 3rd in Regionals, 6th in Sectionals
              Varsity Picture
JV: 3-6 Overall, 3-5 in Conference (6th Place)  JV Picture

The Warriors had a tough regular season in conference. They struggled in dual matches and were only able to pull wins from Naperville Central, Metea, and Glenbard North. However, Waubonsie shot very well in tournaments this year. The Warriors shot their best round of the year at the first tournament and finished in 3rd place shooting a 299. The Warriors also finished in 3rd place at the Geneva Invite, and the Oswego Scramble. We were able to win the Aurora City Tournament this year which was a very impressive win considering some of the talent that was there. The Warriors also shot well enough at the conference tournament to leap frog a few teams and finish in third place overall for the DVC. Waubonsie then competed in regionals finishing in third place and advancing to sectionals as a team. The Warriors then shot 311 at sectionals and finished in 6th place out of 12 teams. Jack Troy shot a 72 and earned a trip down state for the second straight year. 

  • Jack Genzer: All-Academic
  • Cade Kenyon: All-Academic
  • William Keys: All-Academic, Sportsmanship Award
  • Kenneth Ko: All-Academic
  • Jack Troy: All-Conference, MVP, State Qualifier
  • Will Troy: All-Conference

2015

Varsity: 5-5 Overall, 5-3 in Conference (4th), 2nd in Regionals, 8th in Sectionals
JV:  3-6 Overall, 2-6 in Conference (4th)   Varsity Team Picture   F/S Team Picture

  • Conrad Esch: All-Academic
  • Jake Wright: All-Academic, All-Conference
  • Sean Keys: All-Academic
  • Adam Kessler: All-Academic
  • Jack Troy: MVP, All-Academic, All-Conference Special Mention, State Qualifier (52nd)
  • Kenny Ko: All-Academic
  • Ryan Pawlowski: All-Academic
  • Ryan Gray: Hole-in-One at Broken Arrow

2014

Varsity: 4-7 Overall, 3-4 in Conference (3rd Place), 4th in Regionals Varsity Picture
Soph: 6-5 Overall, 5-2 in Conference (3rd Place)  F/S Picture

The Warriors finished 3-4 in the regular season and put them in 4th place going into the conference tournament.  Waubonsie shot a 320 and earned second place behind Neuqua Valley.  This put the Warriors in third place overall.  Waubonsie then missed making it out of the regionals as a team by 3 strokes finishing in 4th place.  Jack Troy, Conrad Esch, and Jake Wright did qualify for the sectional tournament as individuals.

  • Jack Carter: All-Academic
  • Conrad Esch: All-Academic, All-Conference, Sportsmanship
  • Lucas Flori: All-Academic
  • Ryan Pawlowski: All-Academic
  • Jack Troy: All-Conference
  • Michael Vichich: All-Academic
  • Jake Wright: MVP

2013

Varsity: 6-4 Overall, 4-2 in Conference (Co-Champs), 5th in Regionals Varsity Picture
Soph: 6-2 Overall, 5-1 in Conference (2nd Place)  F/S Picture

The season started with a fourth place finish at the Redhawk followed by a third place at the McGonagle Invite, solid performances that were indicative of the season overall for the Warriors.  After a couple tough losses during the conference season, the team came back with an outstanding showing at the conference tournament to earn a conference co-championship in the Valley Division.  Jason Marrs and Zach Mayer earned all-conference honors, with Jason leading the conference as the Valley Division’s MVP.  The frosh/soph team took 2nd place in conference at their level.

At Regionals, the Warriors shot a season-best 308 to tie for fourth, but missed advancing to Sectionals by 3 strokes.  Jason and Zach advanced individually, with Jason following up his 2-under 70 at Regionals with a 77 at Sectionals and a victory on the first hole of a five-man sudden death playoff for one spot to advance to the state finals.  At State, Jason played outstanding in cold and windy conditions, earning All-State honors by shooting a two-day total of 146 (2 over par) and finishing 5th overall, the second highest finish by a Warrior golfer in school history.

  • Jack Carter:  All-Academic
  • Jason Marrs:  All-Academic, MVP, All-Conference, Upstate Eight Conference MVP,
    All-State - 5th Place
  • Zach Mayer: Sportsmanship Award, All-Conference

2012

Varsity: 7-2 Overall, 5-1 Conference (2nd Place)   Varsity Picture
JV: 4-3 Overall, 4-2 in Conference (3rd Place)   F/S Picture

The Varsity Warriors won the Panther Scramble for the third straight year. That was followed with an outstanding victory at the Aurora City Championship. The Warriors captured the championship for the fourth consecutive year, avenging early season losses to Metea Valley and Marmion in the process.

The bid for a third straight conference title ended with a second place finish at the conference tournament. Then at regionals, the Warriors missed advancing to sectionals as a team by just one stroke for the second consecutive year. Four Warriors advanced to Sectionals individually - Eric Copeland, Austin Datz, Jason Marrs, and Tate Anderson. All four saw the season end at sectionals when Jason lost out in a playoff and Eric and Austin came up 1 stroke short.

  • Jackson Grom: All-Academic
  • Jason Marrs: All-Academic, All-Conference
  • Harman Malhi, All-Academic
  • Andrew Heinen: All-Academic
  • Zach Mayer: Sportsmanship Award, All-Conference
  • Austin Datz: All-Conference, Conference MVP, Conference Champion

2011

Varsity: 11-1 Overall, 6-0 Conference (Champions), 4th in Regionals Varsity Picture
F-S: 8-4 Overall, 5-1 in Conference (Tie for 2nd Place)  F/S Picture

The 2011 boys’ golf team enjoyed a very successful fall season, winning four tournament championships and sending three individuals to the Class 3A State Finals in October.  Led by seniors Alec Meyer and Alex Koulos, the Warriors won the Redhawk Invite for the second straight year.  Alec Meyer shot a 3-under 69 to win the tournament.  Alec also shot 69 to win the Homewood Flossmoor Invite in September and then shot 69 again to win the IHSA Bartlett Sectional in October.

In addition to the Redhawk, the Warriors won the Oswego Scramble for the 2nd straight year and took the Aurora City Championship for the third straight year.  After a second straight undefeated season (6-0) in the Upstate Eight Valley Division, the Warriors won the Conference tournament to claim back-to-back Conference championships as well.  Alex Koulos earned the Upstate Eight Conference MVP for his outstanding play throughout the Conference season.

At the IHSA Regionals, the Warriors shot 304 and missed advancing to Sectionals by 1 stroke, breaking a string of four straight trips to Sectionals as a team.  Three individuals, however, were able to advance to Sectionals (Alec Meyer, Alex Koulos, and junior Eric Copeland).  Eric had to defeat teammate Austin Datz in a sudden death playoff to claim the last spot.  At Sectionals all three played outstanding golf, claiming 3 of the 10 individual spots to qualify for the IHSA State Finals.  At State, Alec Meyer earned All-State honors shooting a 2-day total of 155 to finish tied for 9th, the second best finish in school history.  Alex Koulos finished 44th in state and Eric Copeland was 93rd.

  • Eric Copeland: All-Conference, Sportsmanship Award, State Participant
  • Andrew Heinen: All-Academic
  • Tim Kosanda: All-Academic
  • Alex Koulos: All-Academic, All-Conference, UEC MVP, State Participant
  • Harman Malhi: All-Academic
  • Jason Marrs: All-Academic
  • Alec Meyer: All-Conference, MVP, Sectional Champion, State Participant,
    All-State (9th in State)
  • Jeremy Weiland: All-Academic, All-Conference

2010

Varsity: 9-2 Overall, 6-0 in Conference (Champions), 2nd in Regionals,
             5th in Sectionals  Varsity Picture
JV: 11-3 Overall, 6-0 in Conference (Champions)   F/S Picture

The 2010 season was one of the most successful in the history of our program, capped off by senior Thomas O’Bryan winning the Class 3A State Championship – the first state golf title in school history.

In the first three weeks of the season, the varsity won 4 of the 5 tournaments we competed in.  This included a record-low score of 288 at the season-opening Redhawk Invite that featured Thomas O’Bryan shooting a school record 6-under-par 66.  In addition we won the Palatine Invite, Oswego Scramble and Homewood-Flossmoor Invite.

In mid-September we swept the Aurora City Championship at both the frosh/soph and varsity levels, with senior Dylan Despot shooting a career-low 69 to lead a Warrior sweep of the top 5 scores in the entire field. 

Both levels finished the regular season 6-0 in the Upstate Eight Valley Division, then capped it off by winning the conference tournament.  As a result, the Warriors won the Upstate Eight Valley Division conference championship – our first conference title in 15 years. 

The team qualified for Sectionals for the fourth straight year with a 2nd place finish at Regionals.  At Sectionals, however, a score of 304 was only good enough for 5th place.  Thomas O’Bryan shot even-par 72 to advance individually.  At State, Thomas was tied for first after 36 holes with Nick Robles of Crystal Lake South.  Thomas eventually prevailed on the 2nd hole of sudden death to finish as State Champion, a wonderful end to a great season and the most successful individual career in the history of Waubonsie Valley’s golf program.

  • Eric Copeland: All-Academic
  • Dylan Despot: All-Academic, Sportsmanship Award
  • Alex Koulos: All-Academic, All-Conference
  • Alec Meyer: All-Conference
  • Brian Salerno: All-Academic
  • Josh Stefanski: All-Academic, All-Conference
  • Thomas O’Bryan: State Champion, MVP

2009

Varsity: 9-3 Overall, 9-2 in Conference (3rd Place),  Plainfield Invite Champs, City Champs, 3rd in Regionals, Sectional Champions, 9th in State   Varsity Picture
JV: 8-4 Overall, 8-3 in Conference (4th Place), City Champs   F/S Picture

The season started and finished very well for our program. In August, the varsity won the Plainfield Invite shooting a 292, the lowest team score in more than 10 years. In mid-September we swept the Aurora City Championship at both the JV and varsity levels, with Thomas O’Bryan, Josh Stefanski, and Alec Meyer posting the top 3 individual scores in the entire field.
After a somewhat disappointing end to the regular season the varsity had a tremendous post-season. The team qualified for Sectionals for the third straight year with a 3rd place finish at Regionals. Alex Koulos became the 2nd straight Warrior to be individual medalist at a Regional with an even-par 72. Then the team won the first Sectional Championship in school history, led by individual medalist Thomas O’Bryan (even-par 71). At State, the team finished 9th overall, led by Alec Meyer’s 17th place finish individually.

  • William Case: All-Academic
  • Dylan Despot: All-Academic, State Qualifier
  • Zak Kokosa: All-Academic
  • Alex Koulos: All-Academic, Regional 1st Place Medalist, State Qualifier
  • Alec Meyer: State Qualifier
  • Josh Stefanski: State Qualifier
  • Patrick O’Brien: All-Academic
  • Thomas O’Bryan: All-Conference, Sectional 1st Place Medalist, State Qualifier
  • Brian Salerno: All-Academic, Sportsmanship Award, State Qualifier

2008

Varsity: 7-4 Overall, 7-3 in Conference (3rd Place), Fifth of eleven at the Redhawk Invite, Third of five at the McGonagle Invite, 12th of 28 at the Batavia Invite,
Second of seven at the Aurora City Invite, Second at Regionals, 7th in Sectionals
JV: 9-3 Overall, 8-2 in Conference (3rd Place)  Varsity Picture   F/S Picture

Thomas O'Bryan was the individual Regional Champion at the Joliet Regional with a 73.
Josh Stefanski was third at the Joliet Regional with a 74.
The team qualified for Sectionals by shooting a season best 305 at Regionals and finishing 2nd.
Josh Stefanski qualified for State by shooting a 76 at the Pekin Sectional.
He finished tied for 16th in State by shooting a 75-74 (149) at the State Finals.

  • Josh Stefanski: Beacon News Golf Athlete of the Year, All-Conference,
    Sportsmanship Award
  • Jeff Carlson: All-Academic
  • William Case: All-Academic
  • Drew Kokosa: All-Conference
  • Matthew Nied: All-Academic
  • Patrick O’Brien: All-Academic
  • Thomas O’Bryan: MVP, Individual Regional Champion
  • Ryan Russell: All-Academic

2007

Varsity: 8-2 Overall, 8-1 in Conference(5th Place Overall--7th in UEC Tourney)
Plainfield Invite-2nd out of 16, Redhawk Invite 7th out of 12, Larkin Invite 12th out of 29,
Batavia Invite-11th out of 30, Aurora City Invite 3rd out of 5
Regionals--2nd out of 10. Team advanced to Sectionals
Sectional-4th out of 9
JV: 6-3 in Conference (3rd)

Both levels had very successful seasons, with the Varsity going 8-1 in conference and JV going 6-3. We had a good mix of experience and youth - Paul Asheim (Sr.), Matt Nied (Jr.) and Chris Gregg (Sr.) led our team along with freshmen Josh Stefanski and Thomas O'Bryan. All totaled, nine of the 23 players in the program were freshmen (two on varsity and seven on JV). The varsity finished the season with an outstanding regional finishing 2nd in the toughest field in the state, and advancing to Sectionals where we ended our year with a 4th place finish.

  • D.J. Andreasen-All Academic
  • Paul Asheim-All Academic, MVP
  • Matthew Nied-All Academic, Sportsmanship Award
  • Jay Ramachandran-All Academic

2006

Varsity: 7-8 Overall,  7-3 in Conference (5th Place), 3rd in Aurora City Meet, 9th in Regionals
Sophomores: 7-7 Overall,  6-4 in Conference (5th Place)

  • Doug Andreasen-All Academic
  • Paul Asheim-All Academic
  • Chris Gregg-Sectional Qualifier
  • Natt Nied-All Academic, Sportsmanship Award

2005

The Varsity boys golf team finished 5-11 overall and 5-6 in conference play, tying for 4th at the UEC meet and finishing 7th in Regionals. They were 3rd out of 13 teams at the Redhawk invite and 6th out of 30 teams at the Batavia Invite.

The JV team was 9-7 overall, 7-4 in conference play and finished 5th in the UEC

Peter Tanaka shot a 68 -- the lowest 18-hole round in school history!

  • Peter Tanaka: All-Conference, State Qualifier, All-Academic
  • Chris Gregg: All-Conference
  • Paul Asheim: All-Conference, All-Academic
  • Brendan Chaves: All-Academic
  • Michael Dolinar: All-Academic
  • Jeff Thorne: All-Academic
  • James Wright: Sportsmanship Award

2004

JV 6-4 in Conference,  8-8 overall, 5th place in Conference
Var 8-2 in Conference,  9-7 overall,  2nd place in Conference,  5th at Regional

With six freshmen, this year was our youngest JV team in many years.  After a slow start, they really improved, winning seven of their last eight matches to finish in fifth place at conference with a 6-4 record.

With four out of six golfers returning from last year’s 7th in state team, the varsity started the year with high expectations and didn’t let anyone down.  Their first place finishes at the Redhawk and Plainfield Invites only solidified what a strong team we had.  With an awesome work ethic throughout the entire year, they ground their way to a 9-7 overall finish and 8-2 in the conference for a 2nd place finish.

Unfortunately, the team ended a successful season by finishing 5th at Regionals.

However, Greg Roderique capped a brilliant high school career by qualifying for the state tournament individually and finished 36th out of 150 golfers.

Coach Lange and Coach Owles would like to thank the entire golf team for another outstanding year.

  • Brendan Chaves: All Academic
  • Michael Riha: All Academic
  • Greg Roderique: All Academic, All Conference, Naperville Sun All-City, Sectional Qualifier,  State Qualifier
  • Peter Tanaka: All Conference, All Academic
  • Phil Wolverton: All Conference, Sectional Qualifier

2003

It was a wild end to the season for the Boys Golf team. After a disappointing 6th Place finish in Conference, the team regrouped and finished 3rd in Regionals to advance to Sectionals. In a downpour at Sectionals, they finished 3rd to qualify for the State meet where they finished in 7th place as a team. Greg Roderique led the team with an individual 20th Place finish at State.

  • Brain Colbert--State Qualifier
  • Mark Dale--All-Academic, All-Conference, State Qualifier
  • Karthik Ramachandran--All-Academic, All-Conference, State Qualifier
  • Greg Roderique--All-Academic, All-Conference, State Qualifier, MVP
  • Joe Sepka--All-Academi, State Qualifier
  • Phil Wolverton--State Qualifier
  • Peter Tanaka: All-Academic, State Qualifier (Alt)

2002

The Boys’ Varsity golf team started out the season well with a win over Neuqua Valley at the Naperville Quad and 2nd place at the Aurora City Invite. With a good work ethic and dedication throughout the season, the team finished on a positive note with a strong 5-5 record earning them a 4th place conference finish, and 7th in the Regional. The Varsity finished the season at 9-9 overall. Congratulations to the team for a great year and special recognition goes to team MVP Bill C. and All-Conference picks Zach Murphy and Greg Roderique.

The JV team had an excellent season, finishing in the Top 10 at the Lockport Invite, taking 2nd at the Aurora City Invite, 2nd in the Upstate Eight Conference and beating 14 other teams to take 1st place at the Wheaton Warrenville South Invite. The golfers finished their season 8-2 in the conference and 13-5 overall.

  • Bill Colbert: MVP
  • Mark Dale: All-Academic
  • Zach Murphy: All-Conference, Sportsmanship Award
  • Karthik Ramachandran: All-Academic
  • Greg Roderique: All-Academic, All-Conference
  • Joe Sepka: All-Academic

2001

Even though the record of the boys varsity golf team doesn't show how hard and competitive the team was this year, the coaches are extremely proud of the team. By the end of the year, they proved to be extremely dedicated and driven to become the best players they could be. The varsity ended their season at 4-6 in the conference and 6-12 overall earning 8th place in Conference.
The JV golf team, who ended the year with a 13-5 record overall and an 8-2 Conference record, earned 3rd place in the conference. The varsity team finished with a 6th place Regional finish.

  • Bill Colbert: MVP
  • Andrew Miller: All-Academic
  • Zack Murphy: All-Academic, Sportsmanship Award

2000

Varsity: 8-9 Overall, 6-4 in Conference (5th Place)
Soph: 4th in Conference

  • Ryan First: Sportsmanship Award

1999

Varsity 13-2 Overall, 8-1 in Conference (2nd Place)
JV: 11-2 Overall, 8-1 in conference (3rd Place)

  • Michael Bailey: All-Conference, State Qualifier, 11th in State
  • Chris Fitch: All-Academic, All-Conference
  • Bert Kaulen: All-Conference
  • Brad Kiep: All-Academic, Sportsmanship Award

1998

Varsity: 14-2 Overall, 7-2 in Conference (2nd), Conference Tourney Champs, City Champs
Soph: 2nd in Conference

  • Michael Bailey: All-Academic, All-Conference, Sportsmanship Award
  • Chris Fitch: All-Conference
  • Jon Haugens: All-Conference
  • Ryan Mowll: All-Conference
  • Mark Romin: All-Conference, State Qualifier

1997

Varsity: 14-2 Overall, 3rd in Conference, City Champs
Soph: 11-2 Overall, Conference Champs, City Champs

  • Ed Woiteshek: All-Conference, All-Area, Regional Champ, City Champ
  • Andy Roderique: All-Conference, All-Area, State Qualifier (17th Place)
  • JD Ask: All-Conference
  • John Hennegan: All-Academic

1996

Varsity: 10-1 Overall, 7-1 in Conference (2nd Place)
Soph: 10-1 Overall, 7-1 in Conference (2nd Place)

  • Justin Scheid: All-Academic
  • Ed Woiteshek: All-Academic, All-Conference
  • Tony Bakken: All-Conference
  • Greg Walker: All-Conference, State Qualifier

1995

Varsity: 13-0 Overall, 8-0 in Conference (Champs), City Champs, 6th in State
Soph: 13-0 Overall, 8-0 in Conference (Champs)

  • Ed Woiteshek: All-Academic, All-Conference, Conference Champion, State Qualifier, MVP
  • Jason LeMaistre: All-Conference, State Qualifier
  • Dave Hough: State Qualifier
  • Greg Walker: All-Conference, State Qualifier
  • Dave Lampe: All-Academic, All-Conference, State Qualifier
  • Bill Nestel: All-Conference, State Qualifier
  • Justin Scheid: All-Academic

1994

Varsity: 11-1 Overall, 7-1 in Conference (Champs)
Soph: 2nd in Conference

  • Jason LeMaistre: All-Conference, Conference Champion, MVP
  • Bill Nestel: All-Conference
  • Eric Thompson: All-Conference
  • Eric Thompson: All-Conference

1993

Varsity: 12-0 Overall, 8-0 in Conference, Conference Champs
Soph: 12-0 Overall, Conference Champs

  • Ben Ellsworth: All-Conference, Conference Champion, State Qualifier, MVP
  • Jason LeMaistre: All-Conference
  • Bill Nestel: All-Conference
  • Eric Thompson: All-Conference

1992

Varsity: 12-3 Overall, 7-1 in Conference (2nd Place)
Soph: Conference Champions

  • Ben Ellsworth: All-Conference, State Qualifier, MVP

1991

Varsity: 13-3 Overall, 7-1 in Conference (2nd Place)
Soph: 15-1 Overall, 7-1 in Conference

  • Ben Ellsworth: All-Conference, MVP

1990

Varsity: 11-0 Overall, 7-0 in Conference, Conference Champs
Soph: 10-2 Overall

  • Joe Sprott: All-Conference, MVP
  • Matt Cannan: All-Conference, Conference Champion

1989

Varsity: 10-4 Overall, 5-2 in Conference (3rd Place)
Soph: 10-2 Overall, Conference Champs - Six consecutive years

  • Joe Sprott: All-Conference, MVP

1988

Varsity: 12-2 Overall, 6-1 in Conference, Conference Champs
Soph: 14-0 Overall, 7-0 in Conference, Conference Champs - 5 consecutive years

  • Mark Wiktor: All-Conference, MVP
  • Joe Harriman:  All-Conference, Conference Champion
  • Dan Bond: All-Conference

1987

Varsity: 9-6 Overall, 5-2 in Conference, Conference Champs
Soph: 13-2 Overall, 7-0 in Conference (Champs - 4 years in a row)

  • Scott Stevens: All-Conference, MVP
  • Andy Smith: All-Conference

1986

Varsity: 10-11 Overall, 3-4 in Conference (5th Place)
Soph: 15-6 Overall, Conference Champs

  • David Hentrich: All-Conference, MVP

1985

Varsity: 9-6 Overall, 6-1 in Conference (3rd Place)
Soph: 12-3 Overall, 6-1 in Conference, Conference Champs

  • Shane Baumgartner: All-Conference, MVP

1984

Varsity: 2-11 Overall, 1-6 in Conference (6th Place)
Soph: 7-6 Overall, 4-3 in Conference, Conference Champs

  • Jaff Bonham: All-Conference, MVP

1983

Varsity: 3-8 Overall, 3-4 in Conference (6th Place)
Soph: 3-9 Overall

  • Karl Krause: All-Conference, MVP

1982

Varsity: 8-4 Overall, 4-3 in Conference (4th Place)
Soph: 8-3 Overall, 5-2 in Conference (4th Place)

  • Pat McDonagh: Regional Champion, MVP
  • Karl Krause: All-Conference

1981

Varsity: 4-7 Overall, 3-4 in Conference (6th Place)
Soph: 8-2 Overall

  • Laurence Neuman: All-Conference, MVP

1980

Varsity: 2-9 Overall, 2-5 in Conference (5th Place)
Soph: 6-5 Overall

  • Laurence Neuman: All-Conference, MVP

1979

Varsity: 2-12 Overall, 4-3 in Conference (5th Place)
Soph: 4-10 Overall

  • Laurence Neuman: All-Conference, MVP

1978

Varsity: 10-6 Overall, 5-2 in Conference (5th Place)
Soph: 5-9-1 Overall

  • Scott Miller: All-Conference, Conference Champion, MVP

1977

Varsity: 8-7 Overall, 2-5 in Conference (5th Place)

  • Scott Miller: All-Conference, State Qualifier (20th Place), MVP

1976

Varsity: 3-14 Overall, 1-6 in Conference (7th Place)
Soh: 1-14 Overall, 8th in Conference

  • Scott Miller: All-Conference, MVP

1975

Varsity: 3-12 Overall, 1-6 in Conference (7th Place)
Soph: 8th in Conference

  • Scott Miller: MVP


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