The 2014-15 men's golf team looks to be the deepest and most talented team in the last few years. The program will have four returners who gained valuable experience last season and they will be joined by five newcomers looking to make their mark on the program. With several players competing for varsity spots, the internal competition is expected to raise the level of play. The Lancers need to improve the consistency from round to round and tournament to tournament. With a great group of athletes who really enjoy the game of golf and are working to get better, the program looks forward to continue improvement and have fun while doing it.
The women's golf team is coming off a 4th place conference finish last year, which was the best finish in the program's 5 year history. It was clearly the best season in the short history of the Lancer program. The squad set records for best team finish (1st), best individual finish (1st), lowest team score (347), and our lowest individual score was broke 4 times throughout the season (81 current record). Caitlyn Roth, Emily Jo Bronemann, and Kirsti Skuza will be missed from that squad. Roth and Bronemann were 4 year participants and their leadership will be tough to replace.
The Lancers return 6 golfers, 5 of whom played in a conference meet, and have added one freshman to this year's squad. Sophomores Logan Wagner, who was named 1st Team All-GPAC, and Kellie Winckler, who was named Honorable Mention All-GPAC, will be counted on to be the leaders on the course for this year's team. The Lancers have moved up the conference standings every year of competition and to do so again will take a lot of hard work from the entire roster.