The Hillsboro Lady Indians golf team is hoping to use their experience this season to improve on a second place finsih in the SCOL last year.
The Lady Indians will be coached by their sixth year head coach Susan Hunter and have only one senior on the team. But they have four juniors (Hannah Rumpke, Abby Harrison, Delaney Murray, and Kody Knoblauch) and four sophomores (Abby Myers, Madi Straton, Emily Loudin, Emily Pence) on the team, all of which are returning players. The team also has two promising freshman (Kristin Jamieson, and Larykin Perry) on the team.
The one senior on the team, Hanna Breeden will be the leader for the Lady Indians according to coach Hunter.
“Senior Hanna Breeden, is a leader,” Hunter said. “She stays calm and is someone the girls can count on when they need to ask for any assistance.”
On the opposite side of the class spectrum is freshman Kristin Jamieson who will be the team’s young standout.
“Freshman Kristin Jamieson, is a young standout this season,” Lady Indians coach Hunter said. “Kristin has been the medalist in our last 3 matches. She has a great work ethic, tremendous focus and a love of the game which shows in her play.”
“Our team goals are to do well in the SCOL, have a strong showing when it comes to tournament time, and to have fun. This is a great bunch of young ladies and I feel very fortunate to have the opportunity to spend so much time with them and get to know them so well.”
Reach Robert Stegbauer at 937393-3456 ext. 1679 or on Twitter @RStegbauer.