The Lawrence golf program is split between two seasons: a fall season and a spring season, highlighted by the annual three-day, 54-hole Midwest Conference championship tournament in May. In addition to playing other members of the Midwest Conference, the Lawrence golf team annually competes against some of the best golf programs in the Midwest, including some NCAA Division I opponents, on some of the region's finest golf courses. The 2004-05 season was the finest year for Lawrence golf in more than five decades. The Vikings won the Midwest Conference championship and had three all-conference performers. In 2006, Joe Loehnis became the first golfer in Lawrence history to be named an All-American.

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Abaray emerges from national search to lead Lawrence Department of Athletics

Tue, 11/10/2015 - 11:41am
APPLETON, Wis. — Christyn Abaray is the new Lawrence University Director of Athletics, President Mark Burstein announced today. Abaray takes over for Mike Szkodzinski, who announced this past spring he was stepping down to devote his full attention to coaching the Vikings’ ice hockey team. Abaray has served as director of athletics at Buena Vista … Continue reading Abaray emerges from national search to lead Lawrence Department of Athletics

Stewart to serve as hockey assistant, head golf coach

Thu, 10/29/2015 - 7:15pm
APPLETON, Wis. — Matt Stewart has joined the Lawrence University coaching staff and will serve in two roles, Director of Athletics Mike Szkodzinski announced today. Stewart will be the assistant hockey coach and head golf coach, Szkodzinski said. “We are extremely pleased to welcome Matt to our hockey family and to the department,” said Szkodzinski, … Continue reading Stewart to serve as hockey assistant, head golf coach

Schuster paces Vikings at Midwest Region Classic

Sat, 09/26/2015 - 10:14pm
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