Girls' golf

Athletes of the Year

Mary Mulcahy

Division 1: Scituate, Sophomore
The MIAA Individual Tournament champ shot a 5-over-par 77 at Woodland Golf Club to earn her second All-Scholastic award. Mulcahy was an semifinalist last year in the Massachusetts Women's State Amateur. She was also the 2008-09 Hatherly CC Women's Club champion.


Meghan Andersen

Falmouth, Junior
Andersen finished the spring with an 8-1-1 individual record. At the state individuals she shot an 93 and at the MIAA team championships she recorded an 87. The National Honor Society member was also fifth at the Mass Bay League South tournament.

Rachel Bernstein

Nauset, Sophomore
Bernstein was one of the top golfers in the state this spring, recording a score of 90 at the MIAA individuals and an 89 at the MIAA team championships. She's been the Cape Cod Junior PGA Player of the Year the past two summers.

Anastasia Carter

Barnstable, Sophomore
The honor-roll student placed first in the Mass Bay League South individual tournament (87), tied for eighth in the MIAA state individual tournament and led the Red Raiders to a fourth-place team finish in the state tournament wiith a round of 84.

Briana Connolly

Duxbury, Junior
She placed third in the Mass Bay South League individual tournament, 12th in the state individuals and had the fourth best individual score (82) in the MIAA state tournament. The National Honor Society member also plays ice hockey and field hockey.

Melissa Donahue

Hingham, Senior
The senior is Hingham's No. 1 golfer as well as class valedictorian. This spring she finished third at the Mass Bay North League All-Star tournament, and her round of 86 was team-best at the MIAA state championship. She will attend the UMass-Amherst.

Aimee Dubois

Notre Dame (Hingham), Sophomore
Along with helping her team win its ninth straight MIAA state title with a round of 85, Dubois came in seventh at the Mass Bay League North all-star tournament. At the MIAA individuals, she recorded a 91. Dubois also won the South Shore Junior Invitational in '09.

Jacquelyn Eleey

North Quincy, Freshman
Just a freshman, Eleey was named a Mass Bay League North All-Star after winning the league tournament with a nine-hole total of 37. She also did well at the MIAA Individual tournament, finishing third with a round of 83. She also plays ice hockey and tennis.

Lauren Flynn

Notre Dame (Hingham), Sophomore
Flynn took individual honors at the MIAA state tournament with a 72 in leading her team to a ninth straight state championship. She also came in second at the Mass Bay League North All-Star tournament with a 37. The high school scholar won the WGAM Championship Silver Division in '09.

Stephanie Frankian

Watertown, Freshman
One year after winning the MIAA state individual title as a eighth grader, Frankian returned as a freshman with another impressive effort, recording an 85 to tie for 5th place. She's also qualified for the 2010 US Amateur Public Links Championship.

Allison Ludtke

Fontbonne, Senior
Fontbonne's scholar-athlete award recipient shot 79 at the MIAA team tournament to help Fontbonne to a second-place finish. She also finished tied for sixth at the MIAA individual tournament with a round of 85. The National Honor Society member will attend Elon.

Jennine Regan

Westford, Junior
The 2009 Globe All-Scholastic shot an 88 in the MIAA state individual tournament. Regan was the only female to qualify for the Division 1 North boys' tournament in the fall. Regan is in the top four percent of her class with a 4.01 GPA and is interested in studying biology in college.

Mary Kate Robinson

The junior tied for eighth at the MIAA state team tournament with a round of 86. At the MIAA individuals in May, she scored a 91. Falmouth finished 7-3 and in second place in Mass Bay South. She was fourth in the league tournament.

Elizabeth Rubino

Bishop Feehan, Sophomore
Rubino placed second at the MIAA state individual tournament with an 82 and was selected an Eastern Athletic Conference All-Star in the fall for her play on the boys' team. The honor-roll student placed fifth in the US Challenge Cup Long Island Classic.

Andie Savel

Lincoln-Sudbury, Senior
Savel shot an 84 in the MIAA state tournament and was the first female captain of the boys' golf team. She has placed in the top 10 all four years of the individual tournament. She has won 11 of 17 tournaments she's entered and will play golf at Methodist University.

Karolyne Shieh

Concord-Carlisle, Freshman
As a freshman, Shieh finished tied for fourth at the MIAA state individuals after shooting 84. The honor-roll student place third in the New England Regional figure skating championships and qualified for the Junior Nationals in the sport.

Aubrey Ungvarsky

Wilmington, Senior
The '09 All-Scholastic tied for ninth in the boys' Division 2 State North qualifier and finished tied for seventh in the MIAA state individuals with an 86. Ungvarsky competed in the Callaway Junior World Golf Championship and will be playing for the University of Hartford.

coach of the year

James Falco

Falco led Fontbonne Academy to a 13-3 record followed by an impressive second-place finish at the MIAA team finals. Two of his girls made the All-State Team that represented Massachusetts in the New England Championship.


Mass. Bay
Barnstable: Christina Brewster, Anastasia Carter, Alex Williams. Brookline: Heeamin Lee. Dennis-Yarmouth: Morgan McKenzie. Duxbury: Briana Connolly, Kara Falcone. Falmouth: Meghan Andersen, Mary Kate Robinson. Fontbonne: Natalie Falco, Allison Ludtke. Hingham: Melissa Donahue. Nauset: Rachel Bernstein, Erin McKenna. Notre Dame (Hingham): Alyssa Barrett, Aimee Dubois, Lauren Flynn. Saugus: Andrea O'Neil, Lauren Sanford.

Bishop Feehan: Elizabeth Rubino. Concord-Carlisle: Karolyne Shieh. Lincoln-Sudbury: Andie Savel. North Quincy: Jacquelyn Eleey. Scituate: Mary Mulcahy. Watertown: Stephanie Frankian. Westford: Jennine Regan. Wilmington: Aubrey Ungvarsky.