Golf season takes full swing

By Michael Sitiriche
March 18, 2004

Mark Tripolitsotis

While many students were enjoying their spring breaks in a tropical climate, Cabrini’s golf team was in Williamsburg, Va. Getting ready for their season. In Virginia, the golf team, supervised by coach Dr. Tony Verde, played four games on a four-star course. The team played two rounds a day in order to get in shape for the season. They need to carry their bags with them to every hole so by playing two rounds a day they began working out unusual muscles that need to be disciplined for a good game.

The Cavaliers start its season on Monday, March 29, where it competes until the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference championships, held on April 25 and 26.

According to junior Elliot Kohr, “the team looks solid this year, with two new freshman they will be a good addition to the team and we will have enough people who shoot well. Normally Cabrini finishes fifth out of eight teams in the PAC. However with this year’s new team we expect a difference from last year.”

Eastern University is Cabrini’s biggest competitor. During the regular season Cabrini is able to keep up with the university, but during the PACs Eastern pulled ahead. Eastern is the team to beat this year.

This year the team predicts to come in either second or third in the PACs, making an improvement from last year. “I see this season as a real break through due to a new depth,” Kohr said.

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