It’s been four months since the Loyola women’s golf team played a tournament. The team opened its spring season at the Edwin Watts Intercollegiate golf tournament to shake off the rust and find out what kind of talent the team has.
Being a golfer in Chicago is a challenge. The frigid winter weather prohibits you from practicing, and golfers who don’t practice everyday don’t succeed on the course. So, how do Loyola’s golf teams stay sharp …
The Loyola men’s and women’s golf teams wrapped up their fall seasons when they headed to Dayton, Ohio, for the Flyer Invitational on Oct. 17-18. Now, the teams will spend a few months away from the course to work out, practice and focus on classes.
Loyola’s men’s and women’s golf teams were back in action this week. Both teams were coming off rough performances at their last tournaments, the women bounced back and finished 4th out of 14 teams at the Rocket Classic and the men finished 9th out of 12 teams at the Northern Intercollegiate.
Sophomore Elayna Bowser is only in her second year on the Loyola women’s golf team. However, she has become on the leaders, along with one of the best players. She leads on and off the course, with her play and her demeanor.
Loyola’s men’s and women’s golf teams were both in action this week. The men finished 11th out of 14 teams at the John Dallio Memorial Tournament. The women tied for first at the Loyola Fall Invitational.
Loyola’s women’s golf team has nine returning players and a new coach this season, but it still has a lot of work to do after finishing No. 13 out of 14 teams at the Redbird Invitational.
Although Loyola’s women’s golf team has improved since the spring, the Ramblers finished a mediocre fall season with an eighth place finish at the Braun Intercollegiate tournament. After last year’s underwhelming spring season last year, …