J.P. Stevens Girls Golf

Credits: Aneesa Khan

EDISON, NJ- JP Stevens High School’s Girls Golf team had a very successful season this year.

“We made a record of 16-1, so it’s been a successful season and I’ve had a great time with all the girls,” Patricia Savulich, coach of the JP Stevens’ Girls Golf team said.

The Lady Hawks qualified and played in the NJSIAA State Sectional Match on May 11 at Bey Lea Golf Course in Toms River with their record at 16-1 and their only loss to East Brunswick.

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Participating in the State Sectional from J.P. Stevens were Jamie Kang, Riya Juneja, Grace Wu, Victoria Tan and Vritti Vazirani.

As well as, Sophomore Grace Wu being the only state qualifying player this season when she shot a 43 at Hyatt Hills.

The Greater Middlesex Conference County Golf Tournament was played at Concordia on May 14th, where the Hawks earned 3rd place. The final regular season match was on Thursday May 13 vs South Brunswick and Robbinsville at Concordia Golf Course.

The captains are seniors, Jamie Kang and Amber Lin. The junior players are Riya Junega, Meera Truvedi, and Tiya Singh. The sophomore players are Grace Wu, Vicki Tan, and Esha Khandelwal, with Grace Wu being the Lowest Handicap and Vicki Tan being the second lowest handicap. The freshman players are Vritti Vazirani, Roshney Shenoy, and Alicia Kang.

Aneesa Khan, a freshman at J.P. Stevens High School is participating in the journalism internship program with  TAP into Edison

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