Colin Barrett, Avon, Sr.: Finished fifth at the 2019 Division II championship meet.
Sebastian Beaver, Ridgefield, So.: Should be a key factor in the Tigers’ hopes to contend for an FCIAC title.
Max Bos, Tolland, Sr.: Tied for fourth in the Division III state championship meet two years ago.
Chris Drisdelle, Xavier, Sr.: Finished just outside the top 10 at the 2019 SCC championship meet.
Sean Dowd, Granby, Sr.: Tied for ninth in last year’s Connecticut Junior PGA Championship. NCCC’s top player as an underclassmen.
Matt Doyle, Hand, Sr: Reigning CSGA Junior Amateur champion. Placed fourth in the SCC meet as a sophomore to help Hand win the team title.
Charlie Duffy, Fairfield Prep, Jr.: Won the Borck Junior Golf Championship in 2019 at Prep’s home course, Brooklawn Country Club.
Alex Elia, Wilton, Jr.: Tied for ninth at the Division I championship meet. Will be among the very best the FCIAC has to offer this season.
Madison’s Matt Doyle is the 70th Connecticut Junior Amateur champion, defeating Shelton’s Kyle St. Pierre in the final Thursday, July 9, at Watertown Golf Club.
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Charlie Duffy of Tashua Knolls Golf Course tees off with a driver during the boys finals match play at the 50th Jay Borck Jr. Golf Tournament at Brooklawn Country Club in Fairfield, Conn. on Wednesday, July 31, 2019.
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New Canaan’s Sam Ives follows the flight of the ball during the FCIAC boys golf championship at Fairchild Wheeler GC in Fairfield on Thursday, May 30, 2019.
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New Canaan’s Sam Ives tees off on the ninth during the Rams’ boys golf match against rival Darien at the Country Club of New Canaan on May 15, 2019.
Hamden, Connecticut – Monday, July 30, 2018: Kyle St. Pierre of Shelton putts on the 14th green during the opening round of the Connecticut Open golf tournament Monday at the New Haven Country Club.
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Connor Goode, Glastonbury, Jr.: Finished 10th in last year’s Connecticut Section Junior Golf Association Player of the Year rankings.
John Guerrera, Farmington, Sr.: Sixth in the Division II meet in 2019. Was a two-time All-CCC performer as an underclassmen.
Cole Hahn, Avon, Sr.: Tied for seventh in 2019 Division II meet. This 1-2 punch with Barrett makes Avon a CCC power for sure.
Jake Ivan-Pal, Notre Dame-West Haven, Sr.: Should be one of the SCC’s best by season’s end.
Luke Karpiej, Hale-Ray, Jr.: Placed 12th in the Junior Golf Association Player of the Year standings last year. Was the runner-up in the 2019 Shoreline Conference tournament.
Chris Lang, Ridgefield, Sr.: Helped Ridgefield finish third in the FCIAC tournament two seasons ago.
Dan LeBlanc, Immaculate, Sr.: Tied for fifth in the Division IV state championship meet two seasons ago, helping the Mustangs win the team title.
Jacob Lindsay, Berlin, Sr.: Runner-up to Doyle in the Division II state championship meet in 2019. Could be a three-time coaches all-state selection by season’s end.
Sam Ives, New Canaan, Sr.: Tied for 18th at the Division I championship meet in 2019.
Jack McDermott, Northwest Catholic, Jr.: Tied for 11th in the 2019 Division IV championship meet.
Colin Murphy, Coginchaug, Sr.: Should gain the top spot in the Blue Devils’ lineup.
Matt Orefice, East Lyme, Sr.: Hoping to rack up a third straight All-ECC Large Division honor for the Vikings.
Tom Ostberg, Darien, Sr.: Captain has a career nine-hole scoring average under 40 against FCIAC competition.
Conner Quinn, Hand, Sr.: Co-captain (with Doyle), Quinn placed fifth in the SCC championship meet in 2019 at Race Brook Country Club.
Dan Singer, East Lyme, Sr.: Helped East Lyme win its first ECC tournament title in 46 years in 2019. Hoping to duplicate those efforts again.
Kyle St. Pierre, Shelton, Sr.: Was a finalist in the Connecticut Junior Amateur last year.
Luke Stennett, Portland, Fr.: Will make an immediate impact in the Shoreline Conference.
Julia Bazata, New Canaan, Sr.: Co-captain will help to try to extend the Rams’ recent dominance in the FCIAC and in state competition as well. Tied for 31st at the 2019 state championship meet.
Juliet Bucher, Fairfield Ludlowe, Sr.: GameTimeCT Second Team all-state selection as a sophomore in 2019.
Caroline Cermignani, Glastonbury, Sr.: Her tie for 16th helped Glastonbury tie for seventh at the 2019 CIAC championship meet.
Libby Dunn, Berlin, So.: Placed 12th in the Junior Golf Association standings last year.
Ava Gross, Amity, Jr: Finished second in the SCC meet and tied for 28th at the CIAC meet as a freshman in 2019.
Mia Hidalgo, Cheshire, Jr.: Leads a deep Rams’ team that will contend for the SCC crown. Tied for 13th in the 2019 CIAC meet.
Stirling Lagge, New Canaan, Sr.: Placed third in the 2019 CIAC championship meet at Tashua Knolls GC.
Bailey McGuigan, Lauralton Hall, Sr.: Crusaders’ top golfer was in the top 20 of last year’s Junior Golf Association standings.
Molly Mitchell, New Canaan, Fr.: GameTimeCT Second Team all-state pick as a freshman after tying for 19th in the CIAC meet.
Sarah Peng, Greenwich, Sr.: One of two seniors on the squad hoping to be FCIAC contenders once again under new coach Taner Karakas.
Catarina Petrovic, Farmington, So.: Finished second in the Junior Golf Association Player of the Year standings.
Brooke Zajac, Southington, Jr.: Plays on the Blue Knights’ boys team. GameTimeCT Second Team all-state selection in 2019 as a freshman. Tied for 19th in the CIAC girls championship meet two years ago.
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