LEMONT, Ill. - Sophomore Logan Willis and freshman Jessie Staed shared medalist honors this afternoon for the Loyola University Chicago women's golf team as the Ramblers won the Chi-Town Shootout at Cog Hill Golf and Country Club in Lemont, Ill.
"The entire team, including our individuals, played really well today," commented assistant golf coach Meg Gilley. "I couldn't be happier with how they performed today. Now we'll turn our attention towards Illinois State this coming weekend. We're all excited to get down there and play well."
Loyola finished with a team score of 307, an 18-stroke improvement from last season, to run away with the team title. Host UIC took second with a 319, while Valparaiso posted a 326 for third.
Willis and Staed were fantastic today for the Maroon & Gold on a warm, humid day in Chicago's western suburbs. The duo each posted scores of 76 on the afternoon. Freshman Summer Moser was hot on the heels of her teammates, finihsing with a 77. Junior Olivia Lindsley was just one behind Moser, firing a 78. Senior Alexandra Meyers rouded out the Loyola lineup today with an 83.
A pair of Ramblers also competed as individuals this afternoon. Junior Bernice Sitompul and sophomore Natalie Meyers finished with scores of 82 and 88, respectively.
The Ramblers are back in action this weekend when the team makes the trip south on Interstate 55 for the Redbird Invitational, hosted by Valley rival Illinois State, in Normal, Ill., Sept. 7-8.
Final Team Standings
1. Loyola - 307
2. UIC - 319
3. Valparaiso - 326
‘The End Zone with Antonio Freeman’ to Air Live from the Horse & Plow
MILWAUKEE, WIS. (September 2, 2014): Good Karma Brands’ ESPN Wisconsin and Destination Kohler announce a new radio show featuring former Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame Wide Receiver Antonio Freeman. ‘The End Zone with Antonio Freeman,’ will air live from the historic tap room, the Horse & Plow at The American Club in Kohler, Wis.
The one-hour show, which debuts Sept. 8, will air at 6 p.m. on Mondays during the 2014-’15 football season on 540 ESPN in Milwaukee, 100.5 ESPN Madison and ESPNWisconsin.com.
“We’re pleased to partner with ESPN Wisconsin to launch ‘The End Zone with Antonio Freeman,’ said Michael Belot, General Manager of Destination Kohler. “The Horse & Plow is a great venue for this type of show. With its rich Wisconsin history and high-energy atmosphere, I have no doubt ‘The End Zone’ will be a popular Monday night event.”
ESPN Wisconsin’s Alex Petakas will join Freeman on ‘The End Zone,’ which will feature guests from professional football in front of a live audience. Petakas and Freeman will analyze the previous week’s game and take questions from fans.
“It’s exciting for us to add another Packers Hall of Famer to our team,” said ESPN Milwaukee General Manager, Shane Blackman, whose programming roster includes Freeman’s former teammate and fellow Packers Hall of Famer, Mark Chmura. “The Horse & Plow is a perfect location for the live broadcast, and The American Club is an amazing destination for any Wisconsin sports fan.”
‘The End Zone with Antonio Freeman’ will air the day before ESPN Wisconsin’s ‘Tuesdays with Aaron’ broadcast, a popular show featuring Green Bay Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers and ESPN Wisconsin’s Jason Wilde.
Fans may watch the show live at the Horse & Plow at The American Club, or listen via 540 ESPN in Milwaukee, 100.5 ESPN Madison, online at ESPNWisconsin.com or via the free ESPN Radio app.
Horse & Plow, The American Club’s historic tap room and once a bowling alley for immigrant workers who lived in Kohler, is today a casual brew pub with a creative menu and 19 craft beers on tap. ‘The End Zone with Antonio Freeman’ is free for fans who wish to sit in the general seating areas of Horse & Plow. VIP seating in the lower level of the bar or Upper Deck seating overlooking the lounge is available, but has a minimum food and beverage spend. Fans who wish to extend their visit in Kohler can book the GridIron Package at The American Club or Inn on Woodlake. Reservations for seating and hotel accommodations can be made by calling 855-444-2838.