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2014 Bishop Gorman Girls Golf Capsule


Head coach: Jim Stanfill, third season

Returning letter winners: Four

Top athletes: Hunter Pate (Fr.), Jennifer Le (So.), Megan Orgad (So.), Sarah James (Jr.)

Outlook: The Gaels bring back four letter winners from a team that finished third in the state meet.

Among the returnees are a pair of first-team All-Sunset Region honorees in Le and Orgad.

“As a team, we have steadily improved performance the past three seasons,” Stanfill said. “This year, with a strong returning roster and the arrival of freshman Hunter Pate, our team is optimistic and focused on continuing its positive, forward momentum.”

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