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Putting In The Work

The golf team displays their second place state trophy.

St. Joseph’s Academy’s golf team consistently displays true dedication in working hard and earning their success. Their well-known achievements throughout the years prove each player’s commitment during their season and off-season. 

The team ended their season with a 9-1 record. This includes winning the annual Angel Classic, held on September 21 this year. Winning districts, the team advanced to compete for state where they placed 2nd, scoring just behind Visitation Academy. 

Carol Fromuth coaches the team. Coach Fromuth has held her position at St. Joseph’s Academy for 21 years. Before making the switch to St. Joe, Coach Fromuth worked at Lafayette, coaching both girls’ and boys’ golf for 17 years. In 2005, she was named the National Girls Golf Coach of the Year. Her contributions to St. Joe have been remarkable and her accomplishments are rightfully recognized by the St. Joe community.

St Joe’s golf team proves their success is not handed to them by practicing every weekday. Because St. Joe does not have a course on campus, the players practice at The Bluffs golf course, roughly 20 minutes away from school. The Bluffs has a course as well as a driving range and putting green, giving the team many opportunities to improve their skills. On top of practicing every day after school, the players are expected to continue practicing on the weekends. Being a player on St. Joe’s golf team is a huge commitment, but their hard work consistently shows and pays off in the long run.

The golf team jumps showing off their excitement for winning the Angel Classic. (Unknown)

Ava Umphlett, a junior on the junior varsity golf team notes the dedication each member of the team showed throughout the season.

“The reason that the golf team is so successful is because each player is so committed. The grind never stops for golf,” Ava said.

Unfortunately, this year, the golf team lost their reigning title of state championships. However, they fought hard throughout the competition and impressively placed second in the state for the class four division. 

Junior Catherine Martin, who plays on the junior varsity golf team, shares her opinion on the season as a whole. 

“They proved themselves again and again that they are a great team. I think that there was a lot of pressure on them to win state because they have won for seven years in a row, but they still played amazing, and second place is a huge accomplishment,” Catherine said.

Ava Umphlett also included her thoughts on the ending of the varsity team’s season.

“It was a very upsetting loss to watch, but St. Joe played amazing and deserves to be proud of what they accomplished this season,” Ava said. 

Although the golf team was unable to bring home another state championship this year, they still had an incredible season. They remain a top team in girls’ high school golf and will surely continue to have success in the years to come.

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About the Contributor
Izzie Patritti, Senior Staff Writer
Izzie Patritti is a junior at SJA. Writing for her first year on The Voice, she is very excited to get involved as a senior staff writer. Izzie’s favorite subjects are math and English. She is also involved in Angel Ambassadors, FBLA, and is on the varsity field hockey team. Outside of school, Izzie loves hanging out with friends, watching movies, and going to concerts.