Osceola’s Danielson wins fourth state titleMADISON — Osceola Lindsay Danielson not only became the first female golfer to win four straight WIAA State Girls Golf Meet individual titles.
MADISON — Osceola Lindsay Danielson not only became the first female golfer to win four straight WIAA State Girls Golf Meet individual titles.
She is the only golfer, male or female, to be a state meet medalist every year in high school.
Danielson accomplished the feat last week in the state Division 2 meet held at University Ridge Golf Course in Madison.
Danielson shot a one under par, two-day score of 143. Madison Edgewood’s Alyssa Elliott finished second with a score of 147 and her teammate Alex Lake was third at 153.
While Danielson kept her win streak going, so did Edgewood with their eighth straight state championship.
Edgewood shot a 617 to finish ahead of runner-up Arcadia/Cochrane-Fountain City, who shot a collective 737.
Baldwin-Woodville, competing in their first-ever state meet took third with a 743 followed by Fox Valley Lutheran 762, St. Croix Falls 766, Appleton Xavier 782.
B-W’s individual scores were Erica Timmers 159, Karlyn Sturtevant 153, Alex Harmon 169, Michelle Hinz 165 and Tanya LaFavor 193
St. Croix Falls’ individual scores were Jennifer Benoy 160, Marissa Campeau 152, Taylor Stowell 196, Courtney Rassmussen 176 and Brittany Buss 188. Campeau and Benoy finished ninth and 10th respectively.