Meet the boys and girls selected to Newsday's 2011 All-Long Island golf team.
Boys Golfer of the Year
After winning a second straight Nassau title, he shot a 1-over-72 at Bethpage Black to win the state Federation championship by two strokes.
Bay Shore, Sr.
Tied for 17th at states, joining Lowe and Grossman as the only Long Islanders to be named to the All-State team.
East Hampton, Sr.
Won the Suffolk individual title, tied for 17th at states, and led the Bonackers to both the county and Long Island team championships.
Took fourth at the NSCHSAA championship as he helped lead the Flyers to their fourth straight undefeated season.
St. John the Baptist, Jr.
After a consistent league campaign, he shot an even-par 72 at the NSCHSAA championship to take second place.
Emerged as the top golfer on Long Island’s best team and was named CHSAA golfer of the year, winning the NSCHSAA title with a 4-under-68 at Eisenhower Red.
Boys Coach of the Year
Led the Flyers to their fourth straight outright CHSAA title as his team upped its league winning streak to 56.
2011 All-Long Island boys golf team
Brian Allmendinger, East Islip, Sr. (pictured above)
Ben Linsky, Manhasset, Sr.
Christian Greco, St. Anthony’s, Sr.
Kyle Burke, Sayville, Fr.
Jack Williams, Chaminade, Jr.
Girls Golfer of the Year
St. Anthony’s, Sr.
The Georgetown-bound Galantino became the first girl to win back-to-back CHSAA state titles. She also won her second straight league title while leading the Friars to the team championship.
After missing a two-foot par putt on the 16th hole, she birdied the final two holes of the Suffolk championship at Sunken Meadow to win by one stroke.
Garden City, Jr.
Won the Nassau title by one stroke over teammate Samantha Sessa and took 26th at the state tournament.
Garden City, Fr.
The Nassau runner-up placed second at the state tournament by shooting an even-par 72 on the second day to finish one stroke behind winner Lauren Petty of Baldwinsville.
The Suffolk runner-up was the county’s top performer at the state tournament, shooting a two-day score of 157 (76-81) to earn seventh place.
Mt. Sinai, Jr.
After a fourth-place showing at the Suffolk championship, she shot a 5-over-77 on the second day of the state tourney at SUNY Delhi to finish 12th.
Girls golf Coach of the Year
Sclafani led the Trojans to their third Long Island title in four years after defeating Suffolk champion Smithtown East by six strokes.
2011 All-Long Island girls golf team
Elizabeth Choi, Syosset, eighth-grader (pictured above)
Stephanie Sullivan, Sacred Heart Soph.
Cameron Lambertson, Northport, Sr.
Victoria Snak, Smithtown West, Soph.
Rohini Rudra, Syosset, Jr.