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Hazeltine Invite April 20, 2015

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Rosemount continued it's success During the Hazelting Invite.  In Challenging Conditions and A 12 hole Shortened day due to Weather, The Rosemount Irish Girls Golf team finished first out of 8 teams.  

Rosemount (246) was first over second place Minnetonka (252 )  winning by 6 strokes.  Chanhassen (262), Elk River (266), Northfileld (267), Hutchinson (278 ), Waconia ( 284), and Host Chaska (288 ).

Medalling for the Irish were Sydney Regalado overall 1st place with a 56,  Monica Mcdonald came in with a 2nd place 57.  Also Scoring for the Irish was Jessica Petersen and Emily Hackerson.  Gretchen McDonald and ALyssa O'Donnell also played. 


Great work IRISH!

Early Bird Tournament

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Rosemount Hosted it's First Early Bird Golf Tournament On April 10, 2015.   Rosemount scored a first place finish by shooting a 359.  Woodbury was second with 376 and Shakopee 428, Park of Cottage Grove 437, and Holy Angels 

Coach Wallin awarded 6 medals.  Medalling for the Irish were Jessica Petersen (84) Monica McDonald (87) and Sydney Regalado(91).   Gretchen McDonald, Emily Hackerson and Alyssa O'Donnell also played for the first place Rosemount Irish. 

Minnesota Junior PGA

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The Junior PGA Registration and Schedules are out.  This is a great way to practice in competitive situations.

May 8th, Is the final day to register.

 

http://www.minnesotajuniorgolf.com

2015 BEGINNERS/TRANSITION/JUNIOR TOUR TOURNAMENT SELECTION PROCESS

The 2015 Schedules are now live on our website for the tournament selection process. You will have until Friday, May 8th at 4:30 p.m. (CST) to get signed up for a membership and fill out your tournament selections for the summer. You can view the printable 2015 Schedules here: Beginners Tour (Ages 8-12), Transition Tour (Ages 8-12) and Junior Tour (Ages 13-18). 2015 Members will need to log into their Junior Players Club account to make their tournament selections.

2015 Girls Golf Season Opens March 16, 2015

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Girls golf: Irish sixth at 3A state golf meet

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Girls golf: Irish sixth at 3A state golf meet

By Matt Steichen on Jun 18, 2014 at 10:17 a.m.

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The Rosemount girls golf team wrapped up its memorable spring season with a sixth-place finish at the Class 3A state tournament last Wednesday at Bunker Hills Golf Course in Coon Rapids.

 

The Irish shot a 352 on Day 1 and came back to fire a 344 on Day 2 for a total of 696 in the program’s first state appearance since 1988. Wayzata won the state title with a 622 and Alexandria (641), Edina (650), Lakeville North (681), Andover (686), Cretin-Derham Hall (705) and Mounds View (734) rounded out the eight-team field.

 

“It was fantastic. It’s a different atmosphere and the air is just different when it’s state. I was just so pleased and impressed with how the girls played,” longtime coach Barry Wallin said. “Our girls played with some of the best in the state of Minnesota and just handled themselves outstandingly well.… I was very happy to beat Cretin-Derham Hall and Mounds View both days. They’ve been pretty solid programs.”

 

Junior Monica McDonald led the Irish with a two-day total of 168. She shot an 80 on Day 1 and an 88 on Day 2 to finish tied for 36th out of 88 golfers.

 

“She was very focused and her driver was working well on Tuesday. She was making some nice saves around the green,” Wallin said. “Wednesday was just one of those days, but she stayed with it and still had a good round.”

 

Rosemount’s next three golfers all finished in a tight pack. Jessica Petersen tied for 49th with a two-day total of 176 and seniors Ashlee Humble and Molly Reber capped off their careers with matching scores of 178 that were good enough for a tie for 53rd. Humble shot a 39 on her first nine holes on Wednesday en route to a career-best round of 82 and Reber bounced back from a 93 on Day 1 to close out the tournament with an 85.

 

Freshman Gretchen McDonald and eighth-grader Sydney Regalado each shot 190 over the two-day meet to tie for 70th.

 

“This was a great experience for them to draw from going into the summer tournaments, as well as for next year.… I’m very optimistic with all the work the girls are putting in,” Wallin said. “I’m going to miss the dynamic this year’s group has, but next year is right around the corner and I can’t wait to see how next year’s team develops.”

 

Team awards

 

Ashlee Humble

 

Captain, all-conference, Ms. Irish Award

 

Molly Reber

 

Captain, Outstanding Academic Athlete, HM all-conference, academic all-state, Ms. Irish Award

 

Monica McDonald

 

Most Valuable, all-section, all-conference

 

Jessica Petersen

 

All-conference, Most Improved, Hardest Worker

 

Gretchen McDonald

 

All-conference, Athlete of Merit

 

Sydney Regalado

 

All-conference, Rookie of the Year

 

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IRISH QUALIFY FOR STATE June 5 2014

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Girls golf: Irish golfers qualify for state

By Matt Steichen on Jun 5, 2014 at 11:21 a.m.

 

The last time the Rosemount girls qualified a full team for the state golf tournament was in 1988 – two years before current coach Barry Wallin took over the program.

That drought ended Monday when the Irish used a strong back nine to overtake Eastview and Apple Valley and capture the Section 3AAA championship with a total score of 682 at Bunker Hills Golf Course in Coon Rapids. Apple Valley finished three strokes back with a 685.

 

The Irish will be back at Bunker Hills for the Class 3A state tournament beginning Tuesday.

 

“They didn’t let that (history) get in their way. This group is really good at trying to take all the expectations that might be there and setting them aside so they can stay focused on one shot at a time,” Wallin said. “That really keyed our victory Monday. The kids really came through.”

 

Rosemount led Apple Valley by a stroke, 336-337, after the first day of play on Friday. The 336 was a top-10 all-time low score in program history.

 

Monica McDonald fired an 80 on Friday and followed that up with an 87 Monday to place her fourth out of 60 golfers.

 

Jessica Petersen finished second for the Irish with a 172 after carding a team-low 84 on Monday. Senior captains Molly Reber and Ashlee Humble were right behind with 36-hole totals of 173 and 176, respectively.

 

Eighth-grader Sydney Regalado contributed a round of 85 on Friday and finished with a 183. Freshman Gretchen McDonald added a 188.

 

“I could not be more proud of all of them,” Wallin said. “This is a wonderful group of girls who work hard, listen to coaching and get along well together.”

 

The state trip caps off a banner season where the Irish finished first at Valleywood and second in tournaments at Hazeltine, Edina, Rich Valley and Emerald Greens. They finished second in the South Suburban Conference while landing five players on the first team and a sixth on the honorable mention list.

 

“To sum it up, it feels great. It’s my 24th year coaching this team and it’s been a work in progress. We have had a pretty vibrant junior program at Emerald Greens the last six or seven years and my assistant coach Matt Harrison has been instrumental in building the program,” Wallin said. “The parents have been supporting of the kids playing golf in the summer.… The administration and teachers have worked with the program through all of the rescheduling because of the weather.… It’s really a culmination of so many things coming together and leading to a victory on Monday.”

 

State tournament play begins at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday in Coon Rapids.

 

“That will be icing on the cake,” Wallin said. “There is some very outstanding competition in girls golf this year – unprecedented levels of excellence. We feel honored to represent our section and we’ll give it our best.”


Rosemount Girls Earn Trip to State With Section 3AAA Victory

Posted by Gretchen Flynn on June 9, 2014 at 2:15 PM Comments comments (0)

Rosemount Girls Earn Trip to State With Section 3AAA Victory

 

 

 

June 7 2014

 

GIRLS SECTION 3AAA TOURNAMENT

BUNKER HILLS GOLF CLUB

COON RAPIDS, MINN.

PAR 72

 

 

FINAL TEAM RESULTS

1. Rosemount – 682

2. Apple Valley – 685

3. East Ridge – 695

4. Eastview – 697

 

 

FINAL INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

1. Kari Opatz, Eastview, 159***

2. Lauren Kerr, Apple Valley, 163***

3. Rachel Harty, Apple Valley, 164***

4. Monica McDonald, Rosemount, 167

5. Erica Power, Apple Valley, 168***

6. Andriel Aimua, East Ridge, 169***

 

***Qualified for state tournament as an individual


http://www.mngolf.org/News/Rosemount_Girls_Earn_Trip_to_State_With_Section_3AAA_Victory



Girls golf: Irish golfers qualify for state

Posted by Gretchen Flynn on June 9, 2014 at 2:00 PM Comments comments (0)

 

Girls golf: Irish golfers qualify for state

 

By Matt Steichen on Jun 5, 2014 at 11:21 a.m.

 

The last time the Rosemount girls qualified a full team for the state golf tournament was in 1988 – two years before current coach Barry Wallin took over the program.

That drought ended Monday when the Irish used a strong back nine to overtake Eastview and Apple Valley and capture the Section 3AAA championship with a total score of 682 at Bunker Hills Golf Course in Coon Rapids. Apple Valley finished three strokes back with a 685.

 

The Irish will be back at Bunker Hills for the Class 3A state tournament beginning Tuesday.

 

“They didn’t let that (history) get in their way. This group is really good at trying to take all the expectations that might be there and setting them aside so they can stay focused on one shot at a time,” Wallin said. “That really keyed our victory Monday. The kids really came through.”

 

Rosemount led Apple Valley by a stroke, 336-337, after the first day of play on Friday. The 336 was a top-10 all-time low score in program history.

 

Monica McDonald fired an 80 on Friday and followed that up with an 87 Monday to place her fourth out of 60 golfers.

 

Jessica Petersen finished second for the Irish with a 172 after carding a team-low 84 on Monday. Senior captains Molly Reber and Ashlee Humble were right behind with 36-hole totals of 173 and 176, respectively.

 

Eighth-grader Sydney Regalado contributed a round of 85 on Friday and finished with a 183. Freshman Gretchen McDonald added a 188.

 

“I could not be more proud of all of them,” Wallin said. “This is a wonderful group of girls who work hard, listen to coaching and get along well together.”

 

The state trip caps off a banner season where the Irish finished first at Valleywood and second in tournaments at Hazeltine, Edina, Rich Valley and Emerald Greens. They finished second in the South Suburban Conference while landing five players on the first team and a sixth on the honorable mention list.

 

“To sum it up, it feels great. It’s my 24th year coaching this team and it’s been a work in progress. We have had a pretty vibrant junior program at Emerald Greens the last six or seven years and my assistant coach Ryan Harrison has been instrumental in building the program,” Wallin said. “The parents have been supporting of the kids playing golf in the summer.… The administration and teachers have worked with the program through all of the rescheduling because of the weather.… It’s really a culmination of so many things coming together and leading to a victory on Monday.”

 

State tournament play begins at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday in Coon Rapids.

 

“That will be icing on the cake,” Wallin said. “There is some very outstanding competition in girls golf this year – unprecedented levels of excellence. We feel honored to represent our section and we’ll give it our best.”


http://www.rosemounttownpages.com/content/girls-golf-irish-golfers-qualify-state

SSC event #3

Posted by Gretchen Flynn on May 16, 2014 at 7:50 AM Comments comments (0)

Lakeville North leading SSC girls golf

May 15, 2014 at 4:41 pm

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Lakeville North has control of the South Suburban Conference girls golf race after winning the third conference tournament of the season by 10 strokes Tuesday at Emerald Greens.

 

The victory gives North 25 points in the overall standings, three ahead of Eastview and Rosemount, which are tied for second. If the Panthers finish in the top three at the final conference tournament Monday, May 19, at Rich Valley, they will win the conference championship regardless of what any of the other teams do. Lakeville North finished second in the first two conference tourneys.

 

Eastview senior Kari Opatz leads the individual overall standings with a first, second and fourth in the three conference tournaments. Apple Valley’s Lauren Kerr and Lakeville North’s Megan Welch are tied for third.

 

Lakeville North senior Christi Vetter was medalist in Tuesday’s tournament with a 77 on the par-72, 5,576-yard course. She was the only player below 80. Prior Lake’s Kenzie Sexe was second with an 81, and Opatz and Kerr tied for third with 82.

 

North also counted Welch’s 85, Brianna Vetter’s 88 and Megan Upham’s 96 for a 346 team total.

 

Eastview placed second with 356. In addition to Opatz’s 82, the Lightning counted a 90 by Tylor Christensen and 90s by Haylee Christenson and Holly McPhee.

 

All six of Rosemount’s varsity players broke 100 on their home course, with eighth-grader Sydney Regalado leading the Irish with an 87. Molly Reber and Jessica Petersen both shot 91 as the Irish turned in a team score of 361.

 

Kerr led Apple Valley to fourth place with a 362 team score. Other top scores for the Eagles included Rachel Harty’s 91 and Erica Power’s 92

 

Eagan was sixth at 383, and Karli Simon (90) and Ina San Jose (93) were the Wildcats’ top players.

 

Burnsville senior Cally Caviness tied for 11th overall with a 91. The Blaze was eighth in the team standings.

 

Alexa Weber shot 92 to lead Lakeville South, which was ninth in the team competition.

 

http://sunthisweek.com/2014/05/15/lakeville-north-leading-ssc-girls-golf/

 

Irish win conference girls golf opener

Posted by Gretchen Flynn on May 6, 2014 at 9:50 PM Comments comments (0)

Irish win conference girls golf opener

By Mike Shaughnessy

May 1, 2014 at 5:50 pm


Eastview’s Opatz, North’s Welch tie for 2nd individually

 

Rosemount edged Lakeville North by two strokes and Eastview by four in the first South Suburban Conference girls golf tournament of the spring.

 

Low scores were hard to come by in the conference opener, played April 23 in cold, windy and wet weather at Valleywood Golf Course. Three girls in the 53-player field shot in the 70s, with nine others shooting in the 80s.

 

Prior Lake senior Kenzie Sexe was medalist with a 77, two strokes ahead of Eastview senior Kari Opatz and Lakeville North eighth-grader Megan Welch.

 

Sophomore Jessica Petersen helped lead Rosemount to the team medal by shooting 82, good for fourth place. Two other Irish players, junior Monica McDonald and eighth-grader Sydney Regalado, shot 89s. Ashlee Humble, a senior, had a 92 that counted toward Rosemount’s team total of 352. Also playing for the Irish were senior Molly Reber (98) and ninth-grader Gretchen McDonald (100).

 

Sophomore Brianna Vetter had Lakeville North’s No. 2 score, an 86. Senior Christi Vetter (91) and junior Abby Cooper (98) also counted toward the Panthers’ team total.

 

Sophomores Holly McPhee (86), Haylee Christenson (94) and Tylor Christensen (97) turned in the second through fourth scores for third-place Eastview.

 

Apple Valley finished fourth at 364, with senior Lauren Kerr (83), senior Erica Power (86) and junior Rachel Harty (88) leading the Eagles.

 

Eagan finished sixth, with Ina San Jose (94), Sarah Rutzick (97) and Karli Simon (98) turning in the Wildcats’ top scores.

 

Sophomore Maria Graves shot 90 and senior Mackenzie Kaplan had 91 to lead Burnsville, which was seventh in the team standings.

 

Lakeville South ninth-grader Alexa Weber shot 87 to lead the Cougars, who were ninth in the team standings. Abby Juckel had a 98.

 

Only nine of the 10 South Suburban schools sent a team to the conference girls golf opener. Bloomington Kennedy was not represented.

 

The second round of conference play was to be Tuesday at Dwan Golf Course in Bloomington, but bad weather forced it to be postponed. It now will be played May 6.


http://sunthisweek.com/2014/05/01/irish-win-conference-girls-golf-opener/

 

 


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