Coach Info
Name Phone Email
High School Kim Napieralski
best scores
Total Rnds AVG 18 BEST 36 BEST 54 BEST 72 BEST
Career - - 75 159 - -
Season - - 75 159 - -
Home Course
home course name home course city home course state home course slope home course rating
Quail Ridge Ada, MI MI - -
Best Season Finish

2014 North Kent Amateur (75)
2015 Kent County Classic (75)
2015 Traverse City Tee Off Invitational (78)
2015 MHSAA Division 2 Regional (81) 3rd place
2015 MHSAA Division 2 State Finals at Forrest Akers East (Michigan State University) (78)(79)=157

Physical Attributes
Years playing golf Hand Bench Press (max)
12 - 125
Golf Honors

Freshman Year:
- OK Gold All Conference Honorable Mention
- Railside Invitation, Finished top ten in my first high school tournament,
first on my team (81).
- 2013 Kent County Amateur (83).

Sophmore Year:
- 5th in Conference, OK Gold All Conference.
- MHSAA Division 2 Districts: Quail Ridge, Ada, MI (85).
- MHSAA Division 2 Regionals: Cedar Chase, Rockford, MI (82).

Junior Year:
- Finished top 5 in the Kent County Classic (75)
- Traverse City Tee Off Invitational (82)(78) = 159
- #1 golfer in the OK Gold Conference with a 40.00 average.
- MHSSA Division 2 Regionals: Quail Ridge, (81) took 3rd.
-MHSSA Division 2 State Finals: Forrest Akers East (78)(79)= 157

Senior Year:
- Traverse City Tee Off Invitational (83)(78)= 161 (Took Top 10 out of Division 2,3,4)
- Currently 3rd in the OK Gold Conference Average: 41.22

Golf Additional

2015 Summer Events:
Shipman Classic Amateur at The Highlands (75)(81)= 156
Groesbeck Golf Course Mid Michigan Tournament= (82)


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High School
Grand Rapids Catholic Central
School City
Grand Rapids
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School Division
Division 2
Major Category
Business Mgmt and Admin. Services
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Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

My first two years on the varsity team, the whole team was filled with juniors and seniors. I looked up to them and they were leaders to me. They taught me a lot and now it's my turn to lead on and off the field. School comes first, and I will always try my very best because in the long run its more important. Time management is key and with a busy golf schedule I need to use my time wisely. I'm shooting for good grades before good scores because school is my first priority. I love being a leader on my team, I'm always there for my teammates because they are my second family and I will try to lead them to big things.

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Blog Posts

Kent County Classic on 04/17/15
April 20, 2015

Finished 4th in the Kent County Classic at The Highlands with a 75.

Pars: 10

Birdies: 2

Bogeys: 6

Score: 75


First OK Gold conference match. on 04/15/15
April 15, 2015

Decent first round. Shot 39 today at the first jamboree of my junior year.

Pars: 7

Fairways Hit: 5:7

Green In Regulation: 3

Tournament Finish: 1


Almost time for the season on 03/16/15
March 16, 2015

"The Den" our team's indoor facility. We are in here everyday practicing our short game, and in the hitting bays waiting for the snow to melt.