St. Mary Catholic High School Names Brian Hale (’76) New Head Golf Coach
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St. Mary Catholic High School (SMCHS) welcomes Brian Hale as the new head golf coach.
Brian is a 1976 SMCHS graduate, and played high school golf and walked on collegiately at the University of Wisconsin—Madison. He currently plays competitively in Wisconsin State level events throughout the summer.
“We are excited to welcome Brian back to St. Mary Catholic Schools,” SMCHS Athletic Director Matt Schoultz said. “Brian will be an excellent leader for our Zephyrs Golf Program. His experience playing will help to continue to build a foundation for success for our golf program. I believe Brian will have an immediate positive impact on our golf program and will help our student-athletes to develop lifelong skills and grow as young Christian men and women.”
“I am excited to be rejoining the Zephyr Golf family as the head varsity golf coach at St. Mary Catholic High School. As a player, our team qualified for the state meet as a team. That’s our goal—success as a team.” Hale said. “I am truly honored to have this opportunity and I look forward to working with the student-athletes in the spring of 2022. Go Zephyrs!”
The Zephyrs finished in second place in the Big East Conference last year and advanced as a team to Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) Sectionals. Several major contributors will return to the 2021-2022 team. Brian will open his coaching career at SMCHS when his team will travel to play in the Xavier Invitational at High Cliff Golf Course on April 11, 2022.