Holly Murphy breezed through the Kettle Moraine sectional.
Freshman Hannah Dunk fell one spot short of qualifying for the state tournament after placing ninth at the Kettle Moraine Sectional Tuesday, Oct. 8, at The Legend at Bristlecone.
Freshman Hannah Dunk tied a career-best with a 77 at the Badger South Conference Meet on Tuesday, Sept. 24, at The Legend at Bergamont Golf Course in Oregon, leading the Red Hawks to a second-place finish.
The Milton girls golf team picked up back-to-back Badger South Conference wins on Tuesday, Sept. 17, against Fort Atkinson and Wednesday, Sept. 18, versus Monona Grove.
The Milton girls golf team started off last week with a one-stroke loss to Stoughton, falling 179-180 in a Badger South Conference dual on Tuesday, Sept. 10, at Coachman’s Golf Course.
Freshman Hannah Dunk’s nine-hole 35 highlighted the last three events for the Milton girls golf team that saw the Red Hawks compete in two invitationals and one conference dual.
The Milton High School girls golf team was bested by Madison Edgewood, 186-179, in a Badger South Conference dual Wednesday afternoon at Oak Ridge Golf Course in Milton.
CheyAnn Knudsen, Brady Farnsworth and Dennis Janes all earned championships at the 10th annual Milton City Golf Tournament held Aug. 3-4 at Oak Ridge Golf Course in Milton.
The Milton High School boys golf team has leaned a lot on senior AJ Gray this year, but it was a pair of freshmen that stepped up in a big way to help send the Red Hawks to the sectional meet.
Former Milton High School golfer and current University of Wisconsin-Whitewater golfer CheyAnn Knudsen tied the Warhawks’ lowest round in program history with a 73 at the NCAA Division III Championships on Friday, May 17, in Houston, Texas.
WHITEWATER — The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater golfers who took the trip to Ireland felt like they had good relationships before it.
The Milton High School boys golf team competed in the Badger Challenge on Wednesday, May 8, at Door Creek Golf Course in Cottage Grove.
Milton head golf coach Kirk Wieland said before the season began that a middle-of-the-pack finish in the Badger South would be an unbelievable year for his team. After the first conference meet of the year, it would seem the Milton High School boys golf team is in for a stellar season.
Boys head golf coach Kirk Wieland had no idea what to expect from his Milton High School boys golf team this year, but after the Red Hawks’ first action of the season, he now has a better idea.
WHITEWATER — The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater golf team claimed its second straight Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship Sunday, winning the three-day, 54-hole conference tournament by 12 strokes.
One year removed of having the state champion, the Milton girls golf team finished in the top 10 — taking eighth with a two-round score of 702 — with Taylor Hakala finishing in ninth overall, shooting 157.
Backing up a commanding Regionals title - winning by 17 strokes - the Milton girls golf team topped it with a 20-stroke win at sectionals on Oct. 4, shooting 359 to host Badger's 379.
Continuing their strong play at the conference tournament, the Milton girls golf team blasted their way through to take their fifth straight WIAA Regional title at Riverside Golf Course on Sept. 26. Milton shot 330 while runner-up Badger finished with 347.
Posting the strongest results of the season, the Milton girls golf team finished the conference tournament Monday — delayed from last Tuesday for rain — in second place, shooting 349. Stoughton took the title shooting 346. Claudia Seeman finished first overall with a round of 76, while Taylo…
Coming into the final stretch of the season, the Milton girls golf team seems to be finding their strongest play. On Wednesday, the Red Hawks won their final dual meet of the season before taking first at the Parker Invite on Saturday.
It wasn’t the strongest play from the Red Hawks on Saturday, yet the Milton girls golf team found a way to finish sixth of 20 teams with a score of 376 at the Cardinal Invite at Pleasant View Golf Course in Middleton on Saturday. Waunakee won the event with a round of 338.
Heading up to Madison on Monday, the Milton girls golf team finished fourth of 19 teams at the Crusade Fore A Cure Invite at Maple Bluffs County Club. The Red Hawks shot 368, only 10 strokes behind leader Middleton’s 358 and finished just two strokes behind Badger South conference opponent E…
Playing twice at Oak Ridge this past week, the Milton girls golf team had strong results in two events. In the Milton Best Ball Invite Thursday, the Red Hawks finished in second with a round of 257 to Kettle Moraine’s 238, while on Monday, Milton took second in a dual against Stoughton 190 to 194.
Competing in four events in the first week of the season, the Milton girls golf team definitely put time on the course. The Red Hawks posted strong results from day one at Watertown on Aug. 9, finishing second place. The following day, the team took sixth out of 19 teams at the Yahara Golf C…
A lot of scenery will have changed for the Milton girls golf team from the previous year. New coaches, no state champion. But the team is in a good place to continue the success of the last few years.
The Milton boys golf team looked to make up for their shortcomings last season, but by margins closer than desired, the team missed out on the state meet by five strokes last year.
Coming into conference with confindence, the Red Hawks came away with a third place finish, shooting 332. Edgewood took first with 310 and Oregon came in second with 318.
WHITEWATER — Two Augusts ago, Andrea Wieland made the leap from Milton prep golf coach to take over head coaching responsibilities at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
Competing at the Krueger Haskell Golf Course in Beloit, the Red Hawks continued their strong play, taking third place in the 20-team field, shooting 325. Badger topped the field with a team score of 311, while Sun Prairie finished just ahead of Milton with 322. Janesville Parker also shot un…
Playing at The Oaks for the second time this season, the Milton boys golf team earned a second-place finish, shooting 332. Edgewood topped the mini-meet with a strong 308. Monona Grove finished third with 336.
In their only home meet of the season, the Milton boys golf team took advantage, taking the meet with a score of 201. The team backed it up Monday, tying for first in Prairie du Sac with Reedsburg, each team scoring a 321.
Taking part in only their second meet of the year, the Milton boy’s golf team competed well, taking seventh place out of the 24-team field with a combined score of 346. Marquette topped the field with a 302, while Waunakee shot 316 for second and Reedsburg finished in third with 321.
As one of many sports for Milton to only start the season Tuesday, the boys golf team took fourth out of an eight team invite at the Foxboro Golf Club in Oregon. The Red Hawks shot 349, while Edgewood topped the invite with a team score of 330. Monona Grove shot a 341 for second, while hosts…
Coming off a year where a state berth eluded them by only five strokes, the Milton boys golf team looks to get themselves in the same position this season — to overcome it.