Here are the reported early signings for the Class of 2013 from the DC Metro area. Congratulations to all! Good luck at the next level. (Click on the links to read press release on each player) Read more
Are there any surprises in the Washington Post’s All-Met Selections for golf this year? Do you think there appears to be any dominance in conference selections? Does anyone know how selections are made? If you can find where the Post indicates how selections are made, please provide a link in the comment section. We couldn’t find an explanation or methodology. But, we could have missed it.
Ok – let’s see your All-Met Bets. Post your bets in the comment section.
Who are your “shoe ins” and who is on the bubble? There are the obvious picks and those who emerged this year. We have our own ideas but don’t want to taint or influence your thoughts. Let’s hear it!
Gonzaga went into today’s final round of the 2012 WCAC Golf Championship with a 14 stroke lead over DeMatha. Read more
Most will not be surprised to learn that Gonzaga leads the 2012 WCAC Golf Championship out at Argyle Country Club. Probably not even surprised Read more
The WCAC Championship will be played over two days, May 8 and 10 at Argyle Country Club. Read more
The Landon golf team has risen to the top of the IAC, shooting a team score of 389 at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, MD. Read more
The IAC Championship takes place today at Congressional Country Club. Wow, does everyone remember when this Championship was played at Shenandoah? What a change in venues! No doubt the players like the upgrade, not to mention the shorter drive time. Kudos to Congressional for hosting the event.
Georgetown Prep has dominated the Championship in recent years. However, times and rosters have changed a great deal. The IAC title is now officially up for grabs. Who will rise to the top?
Does anyone know why the WCAC Championship has a 1-day break between the 1st and 2nd rounds? And, regardless of the reason, is this a good thing or a bad thing?
Out at Bethesda Country Club, the Bears of Landon faced the worthy Little Hoyas in a match that could be a sign for things to come at the IAC Championship next week. Landon’s Brent Bubes (2014) shot a searing 1-over to lead Landon over Georgetown Prep, 205 to 214. Looks like Landon could be on the move!