Williamsville Community Unit School District
Tradition of Excellence
Girls Varsity Golf
Tryouts for the 2023 Williamsville High School Girls’ Golf Team will take place on both Monday, August 7 and Tuesday, August 8 at 10:00 am at The Rail Golf Course.
All players must have a current physical within the last year and complete the athletic registration process online, or they WILL NOT be able to participate in tryouts. You can access the athletic registration document at the following link: 23-24 Athletic Registration Form
If a player received an UPDATED PHYSICAL over the summer, they must bring a copy on the first day of try-outs and send a copy to Jennie Wagoner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have additional questions regarding tryouts, or anything regarding the Williamsville High School Girls’ Golf team, please contact Head Coach Darcy O’Connor at email@example.com.
Throughout the Summer, Williamsville High School students who are interested in participating in Girls' Golf for the 2023 season, have access to a Summer membership package at The Rail. This includes golf (without a cart) and use of the driving range and putting green. This membership is made possible through a donation from the Williamsville Sports Boosters.
If you have additional questions regarding the Summer membership, or anything regarding the Williamsville High School Girls' Golf team, please contact Head Coach Darcy O'Connor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The WIlliamsville High School Girls Golf Team earned their second straight trip to the IHSA Sectional match after placing second as a team on Thursday, September 29, 2022. Junior Zoah Beard (2nd) lead the way, followed by Namoi Roberts (8th) and senior Nellie Weller (12th).
The team will try to earn the programs first IHSA State Finals berth since the 2016 season, as they travel to the Elks Golf Club in Lincoln on Monday, October 3 at 9:00 am.
The Williamsville High School Girls Golf team captured the 2022 Sangamo Conference Championship on Thursday, September 22 at Edgewood Golf Club in Auburn. The Bullets had an overall team score of 393 and were lead by junior Naomi Roberts, who finished fourth overall with a score of 90. Junior Zoah Beard finished fifth (95) and Nellie Weller finished sixth (97) to earn medalist honors as well.
This was the second straight conference title for the Bullets.