Golf - Varsity
2019 Varsity Golf
Varsity Head Coach
Coach Martinez is a graduate of Holy Cross and attended Catholic Univeristy in which she graduated with a degree in Nursing. Her daughter, Joanna, also graduated from AHC in 2007 and played on the golf team since it started in 2005.
Coach Martinez has been involved in the game of golf for the past 34 years with eight of those years serving on the Maryland State Golf Association - Women's Division. For four years, while on the Golf Association, she was in charge of the Junior Girls Program for the MSGA and had the pleasure of running the MSGA girls Championship. During this time Coach Martinez picked the teams for the MD vs. VA team matches and helped found the MD/VA vs. Carolinas team match.
Coach Martinez has been the Head Golf Coach at Holy Cross since the Spring of 2008 and is looking forward to another successful season this Spring!
Varsity Assistant Coach
Coach Ferguson turned Professional at the age of 18 and has been a member of the PGA of America since 1993. She is currently a member of the Professional Golf Staff at Lakewood C.C.
She has taught every level of golfer from beginner to professional and is a Titliest Preformance Institute Level 2 Certified Instructor; working with the body to make the golf swing more efficient. Her greatest joy is that she has the ability to teach golf to players of all skill levels.
Coach Ferguson has been a part of the golf coaching staff at Holy Cross since 2010 and truly enjoyes being part of developing and coaching the girls.
On Thursday, March 7, Holy Cross recognized athletes who played on winter sports teams. Each coach presented Most Valuable Player, Most Improved Player, and Tartan awards during the main program and gave individual recognitions in breakout gatherings. Holy Cross especially recognized Coach Kyran Kennedy, who built the Ice Hockey program at Holy Cross beginning in 2011. Athletic Director Dena Rapoport noted that 272 Holy Cross girls have played on the Ice Hockey team. In 2016 the Ice Hockey team won the MAGHL and this year the team took second place in the inaugural WCAC Ice Hockey Championship.
Tartan: Ella Burke '22
MVP: Sallee D'Albora '21 and Victoria Macdonald '21
Most Improved: Tess Gardner '22
Unsung Leadershp: Cheyenne DeGross '22
Tartan: Sienna DeGross '20
MVP: Bria Fuller '19
Most Improved: Michelle Gawlick '22
MVP Offense: Laila Grant '19
WCAC All-Conference Basketball
Second Team: Bria Fuller '19
Honorable Mention: Laila Grant '19
Tartan: Paula Coate '20
MVP: Abigail Gehres '21
Most Improved: Joelle Packard '20
Ice Hockey A
Tartan: Kathryn Gagolin '20
MVP Offense: Allie Lawson '21
MVP Defense: Isabelle Mitchell '20
Most Improved: Aspen Weber '20
Ice Hockey AA
Tartan: Grace O'Connor '29
MVP Offense: Leah McNamara '29
MVP Defense: Emily Clark ' 19, Claire Coyle '19
Most Improved: Fiona Sheridan '20
WCAC All-Conference Ice Hockey
First team: Leah McNamara '19
Second team: Claire Coyle '19, Isabella Fontana '20, Grace O'Connor '19
Tartan: Daniella Balumuene '19
MVP: Morgan Lewis '19
Most Improved: Josephine De La Oliva '19
Swim & Dive
Tartan: Samantha Hermans '20
MVP: Kaila Burgess '20
Most Improved: Sophia Costa '21
Indoor Track & Field
Tartan: Catherine Hunt-Neu '20
MVP: Kierra Marshall '20
Most Improved: Bridget Junghans '22