1997 All-Met Golf Team
Thursday, May 22, 1997
GOLFER OF THE YEAR
Won Virginia AAA state championship with 75-72 -- 147. Quantico Invitational winner with record 68-72 -- 140.
Cardinal District champion and winner of Mid-Atlantic age group sectional (67-71 -- 138).
COACH OF THE YEAR
Led Rockville school to state team title. Patriots were 30-1-1, ,extending his mark of never having a losing record in 13 seasons.
WCAC champion with 74. Won International Junior Optimist tournament with 71. Second in Junior Presidents Cup.
Helped 14-1 Bears to IAC co-championship. Third in IAC and Metro private championships. Bobby Gorin age 14-15 champion.
Maryland girls state champion with 82-80 -- 162 after finishing second as junior.
WCAC and Metro private championships runner-up. Won American Junior Golf Association junior championship at PineIsle, Ga.
Maryland state champion. Florida Junior age 14-15 champion. Third at Southern Junior tournament.
Virginia AAA Northwestern Region champion (67). Won Junior Presidents Cup. 74 stroke average in Cardinal District matches.
Won second straight Prince George's County championship. Season nine-hole stroke average of 36.6.
Won Holliday Memorial and Donald Ross junior tournaments. Second at North and South Junior.
Won fourth straight Metro private championship in helping Little Hoyas to the team title.
Mike Ball, Churchill; Sarah Bedford, Watkins Mill; Ryan Bohn, Gaithersburg; Rene Bonet, Hammond; Erin Clasper, Wootton; Brad Garner, Woodberry Forest; Doug Gentilcore, DeMatha; Dan Gresham, Quince Orchard; Johnny Groupe, Flint Hill; Jason Hall, Bowie; Michael Hart, Hylton; Sean Hill, Georgetown Prep; Rob Howells, Poolesville; Mac Kellett, Woodberry Forest; Lori Koch, North County; Carson Leid, Largo; Steve Marino, W.T. Woodson; Peter Matthesen, Yorktown; John Mueller, O'Connell; Jeanne Murphy, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes; Brit Musser, Wootton; Chris Shim, Centreville; Bryan Stark, Herndon.
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