Meet the athletes who made it onto Newsday's All-Long Island golf team for the 2015 spring season.
Ward Melville's Bob Spira was named coach of the year.
LI GIRLS GOLFER OF THE YEAR: LIZ CHOI, Syosset, Sr.
Choi won her fourth-consecutive Nassau County individual title, shooting a 149 over two days at Bethpage State Park. Choi shot a 5-over 76 at Bethpage Yellow on Day 1 and a 2-over 73 on the Green course in the following round. The William & Mary-bound senior also shot a 2-over 73 at Bethpage Green to lead Syosset to a second-straight Long Island team championship.
LI BOYS GOLFER OF THE YEAR: MICKEY BRENNAN, St. Dominic, Soph.
Brennan was Long Island's top finisher at the New York State Federation tournament, shooting an 8-over 79 at Bethpage Black to finish third. He also tied for first in the CHSAA state tournament after 18 holes, shooting a 2-over 74 before falling in a playoff in LaGrangeville, N.Y.
JULIANNE BUFF, St. Anthony's, Sr.
Buff shot a 9-over-par 81 at Eisenhower Blue to win the league championship.
NICOLETTE DILLUVIO, Kellenberg, Jr.
Dilluvio was the top finisher from Long Island in the CHSAA state championship, shooting a 4-over 76 at Eisenhower Blue to finish second. Dilluvio also helped to lead Kellenberg to the CHSAA team title.
DANIELLE GREENE, Ward Melville, Sr.
Greene shot a 152 over two days at Middle Island Country Club to win the Suffolk County individual championship. Greene shot a 5-over 76 in both rounds of the tournament and won the title by eight strokes.
JENNIFER ROSENBERG, Cold Spring Harbor, Soph.
Rosenberg shot a 147 over two days at SUNY Delhi to finish in fifth at the NYSPHSAA state tournament. She also had a two-round score of 157 to tie for second in the Nassau County tournament.
KYLE CUNNINGHAM, St. Anthony's, Sr.
Cunningham finished third in the CHSAA state tournament, shooting 3-over 75. He also had the CHSAA's best average score in the regular season, 2.67-over par.
NICK DIMAIO, Chaminade, Sr.
DiMaio shot a 6-over 78 at Eisenhower Red to win the CHSAA league tournament title. He also helped Chaminade win a third straight team title.
MICHAEL FRIZALONE, Plainedge, Sr.
Frizalone shot a 141 over two days at Bethpage State Park to win the Nassau County individual championship. Frizalone shot a 1-under-par 71 at Bethpage Blue on Day 1, and an even-par 70 on the Red course the following round.
ROBERT MONTAGNINO, Smithtown West, Sr.
Montagnino surged on Day 2 of the Suffolk County tournament to capture the individual championship, shooting a 2-under 69 with a birdie on the playoff hole at Rock Hill Country Club. Montagnino finished the tournament with a two-day score of 146.