Loyola women’s golf coach Carly Schneider will not return next season for unknown reasons, sources close to the team tell The Phoenix. The school confirmed Schneider wouldn’t return in a statement to The Phoenix May 4.
The Loyola women’s golf team tied for fifth out of 10 teams at the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) Championship April 15-17 in Newton, Kansas. Since joining the conference in 2013, this is the highest the Ramblers have finished on the leaderboard.
After having a successful fall season in which it won two of its five tournaments, the Loyola women’s golf team is primed and ready for its spring season. As they headed into the offseason, four of the seven golfers were averaging fewer than 80 strokes per round and now with the spring season, the team is prepared to succeed.
Loyola women’s golf heads to the offseason after a fall portion of the season that saw two first-place finishes.
For Loyola junior Elayna Bowser, golfing is a family affair. Her brother, Evan, golfed at Oakland University — whose home course was located roughly 30 minutes from Bowser’s hometown of Dearborn, Michigan —from 2012-16 and …
Despite losing three golfers to graduation last semester, the Loyola women’s golf team is returning most of its core from last season and looking to make a run in the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC). Now …
In 2012, Erik Hoops was finishing his senior season on the Loyola men’s golf team and Carly Schneider was coming off her sophomore campaign on the women’s team.
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.