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Women's Golf

Lady Vols 12th at Saluki Invite

Hickory Ridge Golf Course in Carbondale. Borowiak shot a two-day combined score of 169 to lead the Volunteers. (Logan Media Services photo by John D. Homan)

Hickory Ridge Golf Course in Carbondale. Borowiak shot a two-day combined score of 169 to lead the Volunteers. (Logan Media Services photo by John D. Homan)

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

CARBONDALE - The scores weren’t the best, but there was some good news for the John A. Logan College women’s golf team Monday despite a two-day total of 708 and 12th-place finish at the Saluki Invitational held at Hickory Ridge Golf Course. Read more »

Logan Women’s Golf Team Struggles in First Round of Saluki Invitational

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

CARBONDALE – It was not the best of days for the John A. Logan College women’s golf team. The Volunteers posted a Day 1 score of 352 Sunday at the Saluki Invitational hosted by Southern Illinois University at Hickory Ridge Golf Course in Carbondale. Read more »

Lady Vols Golfers Open Season

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. - The John A. Logan College women’s golf team battled the elements Monday in opening the spring season at a tournament in Cape Girardeau at Dalhousie Golf Course. Read more »

Trico’s Choate Signs with JALC Golfers

Trico High School senior Payton Choate recently signed a letter of intent to play golf next fall at John A. Logan College. Payton is seated here with her father, Jon (left), and high school coach, Michael Holcomb. Standing are Vols head coach Bill Glenn and Trico Athletic Director Ron Coleman. (Logan Media Services photo by John Homan)

Trico High School senior Payton Choate recently signed a letter of intent to play golf next fall at John A. Logan College. Payton is seated here with her father, Jon (left), and high school coach, Michael Holcomb. Standing are Vols head coach Bill Glenn and Trico Athletic Director Ron Coleman. (Logan Media Services photo by John Homan)

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

CAMPBELL HILL – John A. Logan College women’s golf coach Bill Glenn recently added a third signed recruit to the fold for next year in Trico High School senior Payton Choate. Read more »

Carterville’s Brown to Golf for Logan

Carterville High School senior Adrian Brown signed a letter of intent last week to play golf at John A. Logan College beginning next fall. Seated with Adrian are her parents, Dave and Anita. Standing are from left: JALC women's golf coach Bill Glenn and Lions golf coach Cory Clouser. (Logan Media Services photo by John Homan)

Carterville High School senior Adrian Brown signed a letter of intent last week to play golf at John A. Logan College beginning next fall. Seated with Adrian are her parents, Dave and Anita. Standing are from left: JALC women's golf coach Bill Glenn and Lions golf coach Cory Clouser. (Logan Media Services photo by John Homan)

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

CARTERVILLE – A second recruit has committed to the John A. Logan College women’s golf program for next fall. Adrian Brown, a senior at Carterville High School, agreed to a scholarship offer last week from Coach Bill Glenn. She joins the previously signed Reagan Keepes of Mount Carmel. Read more »

Logan Golf Teams Dealt Pair of Aces

Mount Carmel High School senior Reagan Keepes signed a letter of intent earlier this week to play golf next fall at John A. Logan College. Keepes is a two-year golfer for the Aces, being named Big Eight All-Conference both her junior and senior seasons. Seated with Reagan are her parents, Randy and Christine, along with sister, Cannon. Standing are from left: Mount Carmel High School coach Karin Kelsey, Logan head coach Bill Glenn, Jordan Keepes, Sandy Cook, and Mount Carmel High School boys’ golf coach John White. (Logan Media Services photo by John Homan)

Mount Carmel High School senior Reagan Keepes signed a letter of intent earlier this week to play golf next fall at John A. Logan College. Keepes is a two-year golfer for the Aces, being named Big Eight All-Conference both her junior and senior seasons. Seated with Reagan are her parents, Randy and Christine, along with sister, Cannon. Standing are from left: Mount Carmel High School coach Karin Kelsey, Logan head coach Bill Glenn, Jordan Keepes, Sandy Cook, and Mount Carmel High School boys’ golf coach John White. (Logan Media Services photo by John Homan)

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

MOUNT CARMEL – Two Mount Carmel High School seniors – Reagan Keepes and Chase Witsman – signed letters of intent last week to play golf on scholarship at John A. Logan College next fall. Read more »

Lady Golfers Third at Millikin

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

DECATUR – The John A. Logan College women’s golf team brought home a third-place finish this past weekend at a 15-team invitational tournament hosted by Millikin University. Read more »

Logan Women Finish Eighth at Evansville

Vols’ sophomore Abby Miller of Anna hammers away at the golf ball in tournament action Monday. Miller placed 22nd overall at the Screaming Eagles Classic in Evansville. (Logan Media Services photo by John Homan)

Vols’ sophomore Abby Miller of Anna hammers away at the golf ball in tournament action Monday. Miller placed 22nd overall at the Screaming Eagles Classic in Evansville. (Logan Media Services photo by John Homan)

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

EVANSVILLE, IND. - Buoyed by the play of sophomores Brittanie Garrison and Abby Miller, the John A. Logan College women’s golf team placed eighth out of 13 teams at the prestigious Screaming Eagle Golf Classic at Evansville Monday. Read more »

Logan Women Currently Sixth at Evansville

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

EVANSVILLE, IND. - Sophomore Brittanie Garrison of Carmi fired a 79 Sunday to lead the John A. Logan College women’s golf team to a first-round team score of 323 at the Screaming Eagle Golf Classic, a two-day event. Read more »

Logan Women Third at Golf Tourney

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

GALESBURG - The John A. Logan College women’s golf team had a strong start to its abbreviated fall season Friday, placing third out of 10 teams at a tournament hosted by Knox College. Olivet Nazarene and Mount Mercy finished ahead of Logan. Read more »