Tryouts for the 2018 Brother Rice Golf Team will be held at Ravisloe Country Club in Homewood on Monday, August 6, Tuesday, August 7, and Wednesday, August 8. Tryouts will begin at 7:00 a.m. each day. Email Head Golf Coach Mark Krizic at email@example.com with questions.
“On Tuesday, John Stillman became the second golfer in Brother Rice history to record the lowest score at an IHSA regional. Stillman’s 77 at Glenwoodie Golf Club led the Crusaders to a second place finish, followed by Mike Furlong, Sean Hogan, Jack Donovan, Ben Zarlengo, and Jake Koos — all of whom recorded top 12 finishes.
On Monday, the Crusaders will compete in the IHSA’s Lemont Sectional at Broken Arrow Golf Club in Lockport. Best of luck to the Crusaders!”
Tryouts for the 2017 Brother Rice golf team will be held on August 7th & 8th at Ravisloe C.C. Tryouts for all levels begin at 4:00.
Golfers will be grouped into foursomes for a 9-hole round. Varsity will tee off first followed by Frosh/Soph. Expect the round to last two-and-a-half hours from the time of tee off. Participants should bring $20 to cover the cost of greens fees. Participants should bring $5 to cover the cost of range balls.
Please if you have any questions contact coach Mark Krizic with any questions. We look forward to seeing you on the course.
Please click here to confirm that you will be trying out for this year’s team.
The golf team continued their hot streak yesterday by winning the SouthSide Shootout held annually at Ridge Country Club. The Crusaders were lead by Mike Stanton with a 76, good for the individual runner-up medal, Jack Donovan with an 80, the 3rd best score for the day, Joe Bettinardi with an 81, and Dan the man Berzins with an 83. Marist was 10 shots back and St. Rita was 12 back. Thanks to our friends at Ridge Country Club for their wonderful hospitality.
The Crusader golfers defeated St. Laurence on Monday, September 12, 2016, at Gleneagles. Mike Stanton, who was “en fuego” with a 350 yard drive landing on the green, lead the way with a 1 over par 36 and Joe Bettinardi was 3 over par with a 38. The collective score for 4 players was 150, the best score for the Crusaders at Gleneagles in 5 years.
The golf team was active on Saturday, September 10, 2016, in two tournaments. In the Providence tournament at the Sanctuary golf course in New Lenox, the Crusaders were led by Liam Sweeney with an 81, Joe Bettinardi with an 83, and Mike Stanton with an 84. The Crusaders finished 9th out of 22 teams.
In the St. Rita tournament at Glenwoodie, the Crusaders were led by Justin Gannon, who shot an 83, and Jack Donovan with an 86. The Crusaders finished 5th out of 12 teams.
By Brendan McInerney
Brother Rice held their annual Foundation Golf Outing at Beverly Country Club on Monday, August 29, 2016. Coaches, faculty, and staff participated in this fun event that not only featured a full round of golf but also a lunch and dinner that followed.
The cost of the outing was $500 with all proceeds going to the Brother Rice Foundation, which is committed to raising significant funds to keep tuition affordable and to ensure the long-term success of Brother Rice High School. All Foundation Golf Outing caddies were experienced Brother Rice students. The event lasted roughly seven hours starting at 11:00 A.M.
Students with prior caddying experience were allowed to participate. Junior Mike McShane, who caddied for Director of Admissions Tim O’Connell, shared his thoughts on the outing: “It was a fun day; it looked like the golfers enjoyed it, and I know I did,” said McShane. McShane plans to be a caddy again next year. Luckily, the weather cooperated nicely, and the golf outing proved to be a success.
Tryouts for the 2016 Brother Rice golf team will be held beginning on August 10, 11, and 12 at the Meadows Golf Club.
Please email Coach Albanese with any questions. We look forward to seeing you on the course.
View our schedule for the upcoming 2016 season.
The golf team saved the best rounds for last as the Crusaders finished 2nd in the state regionals yesterday at Silver Lakes with a team score of 312, one stroke behind favored Sandburg and 14 strokes in front of Marist. Liam Sweeney was the medalist with a one over par 72. T.J. Saas added a 77, good for a 5th place medal; Jake Roach added an 80, and Mike Stanton added an 83. The Crusaders compete in the state sectionals next Monday down near Edwardsville.