St. Louis Park Girls Golf
 
Saturday, March 23rd.  Next weeks practice schedule has changed.  On Tuesday, we will be going to the dome vs meeting in room C350.  

On Monday, players should bring a driver, 7-iron, sand wedge, and putter. Interlachen will provide golf balls and everything else. Please hustle down to the bus as our lesson starts at 3:30 pm.  I will see if we can get you released 10 minutes early.

On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday the bus leaves from the weight room doors at 3:20.  Please bring a putter, sand wedge, 7 iron, and driver to these practices.

I will be late Tuesday as I have a school meeting at 3:15 and I will be gone Wednesday and Thursday leaving for Arizona. 

The player parent meeting will be scheduled for Tuesday, April 9th after practice around 5:30 at the High School in a location to be determined.

We begin our Varsity/JV conference schedule at Dahlgreen in Chaska on Monday April 8th we get back. The bus on Monday leaves at 2:00 pm.  We have a confirmed Varsity/JV match vs Minneapolis Southwest on Thursday, April 11th at Meadowbrook.  The match begins at 3:45.  We will need to provide our own transportation.  And we have an unconfirmed match vs Benilde St. Margrets on Wednesday, April 10th at Brookview. We will need to provide our own transportation to this match.

With our numbers being low, we will need most of our players prepared to play in all of our matches.  Please communicate as much in advance if there is a conflict with the schedule.

I will be in contact again towards the end of Spring Break to review and share any updated information.  We are very excited to be working with you daughters and excited to get the competitive season under way.  This information in addition to the official schedule can be found at go park.org.

Monday, March 18th. Hello.  Fun meeting the players today!  Players are to bring a 6 or 7 iron to practice at the dome tomorrow Tuesday.  We will be leaving from the weight room doors at 3:20 pm. Thursday of this week the bus will leave from the weight room doors at 3:45.  Players are to bring a wedge, 6 or 7 iron and driver. 

Next weeks practices are going to look like this.  Monday, the team will board the bus at 3:20 from the weight room doors and travel to Interlachen Country Club.  The professional will move us through a 1 hour lesson.  I will let you know what club or clubs to bring by Sunday at 6:00 pm.  Tuesday we will be meeting in room C350 for a presentation on Rules and Golf etiquette along with some putting.  Wednesday and Thursday we will be going to the dome.  The bus will leave on Wednesday and Thursday at 3:20 pm 

Hello.  The bus leaves for practice at 3:20 today and tomorrow, Monday and Tuesday.  The bus leaves at 3:45 Thursday.  There is no practice Wednesday or Friday this week.  Players should bring a Wedge (W), Pitching Wedge (PW), and Sand Wedge (SW).  Of these 3 clubs, bring what you have.  Practice for next week will be updated Sunday by 6:00 pm.  There is no practice over Spring Break.

Hello Everyone.  I gentle reminder that registration is due by next Monday, March 18th. Registration forms are available in the athletic office.  Registration includes having a current physical on file.  The first practice will be at the Brooklyn Park Golf Dome.  The bus will leave from school at 3:45.  The rest of the schedule leading up to Spring Break will be released in the near future.  We will not be practicing over Spring Break, the week of April 1st.
 
It's my pleasure to introduce the 2019 St. Louis Park Girls Golf coaching staff.  We have met individually and as a group along with captain Rachel Salzer.
 

Stacy Seidel

My name is Stacy Seidel.  I’m from East Lansing, Michigan (home of the Michigan State Spartans).  

I played on the Varsity team at East Lansing High School all four years, was named first team in my 

conference and All-State first team my senior year.  I moved on to experience golf at the collegiate 

level at Michigan State University.  While I’ve had some experience substitute teaching in the 

classroom and volunteering at the schools, this is my first experience coaching.  I value my experience 

as a player and the lessons I’ve learned from my coaches along the way.  I look forward to being able 

to contribute any way I can to each and every player as they develop their skills and learn to love the 

sport of golf.  I’m excited to be involved with the golf program at St. Louis Park and to be working with 

Kevin, Matt and Alaina to help foster a fun, competitive season.  When I’m not coaching, I work as 

corporate counsel for a food and beverage manufacturing company.  I’m married to Tom Seidel and 

we have two kids.  One is at PSI (Zoe) and the other is at SLP High School (Maia).  Zoe does Jiu Jitsu, 

gymnastics, and golf and Maia plays tennis and golf.  We moved to St. Louis Park from Atlanta, 

Georgia about six years ago and love it!  Park Pride!

 

Matt Stangl

Matt Stangl lives in St. Louis Park with his family and works in Wayzata at Cargill. His wife, Morgan, is a 

teacher at Loring Elementary School in Minneapolis. They have two children, Eli and Cora, and both 

attend PSI. Eli is in 2ndgrade, and Cora is in kindergarten.  Matt has played many sports over his life and 

has appreciated all those experiences, but none more than golf. He started playing golf when he was 

7-years-old and moved to competitive junior golf shortly thereafter. He made the Simley High School golf 

team in 8thgrade and lettered that year and the four years following. He qualified for the state golf tournament 

three times – in 8th, 11th, and 12th grades. He also played collegiate golf at Carleton College.  Matt believes 

golf is such a great way to connect with others and learn life lessons. He is passionate about teaching his 

own children this wonderful game, and he looks forward to teaching yours too.

 

Alaina Martin

My name is Alaina Martin. I am from Eagan, MN and this is my 6th year teaching. I am a DCD special 

education at St. Louis Park High School. I went to University of North Dakota where I studied Elementary 

Education and Masters in Special Education. I am a lifelong athlete. I grew up playing sports such as soccer, 

tennis, softball, track, and volleyball which I played at my high school. I played intramural volleyball in 

college and continued to play tennis in my free time. Golf is a new area of interest for me and I am excited 

to keep developing as a player and as a coach this season. 

 
Hello.  I'm happy to announce that Rachel Salzer will be the Captain of the 2019 Girls Golf Team.  Rachel is a Senior and has been a part of the program for the last 3 seasons. 

The link for applying to be a captain is below.  If you are interested in being a captain please fill out the application by Wednesday, January 23rd.
https://goo.gl/forms/NfrB8rMnNK4lEw3u1

Parent/Athlete meeting is scheduled for TBD.

The 2019 Spring Girls Golf Season begins Monday, March 18th. 
 
All student athletes must have a current physical on file with the Athletic Department prior to participation.  Physicals are current for three years. Returning student athletes,  check with the Athletic Department to determine if your physical is current through the 2019 Spring season.

The West Metro Girls Golf Conference consist of Bloomington Jefferson, Bloomington Kennedy, Chaska, Chanhassen, Richfield, Robinsdale Cooper and Benilde Saint Margaret. 

Student athletes must coordinate and provide their own transportation to and from practices.  

Student Athletes must supply their own set of clubs.

Contact: Kevin R. Jones