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12 Athletes Earn All-Conference Honors This Fall

At the Fall Sports Awards Night on Nov. 13, twelve Trailblazer athletes received all-conference honors from the Pioneer Academic-Athletic Conference (PAAC). 2017-18 PAAC All-Conference Fall Athletes Molly Bickle (’21) — Girls Golf Lily Fair (’20) — Girls Soccer Sam Gailey (’19) — Boys Soccer Hallie Harrison (’19) — Girls Soccer Tessa Hudson (’20) — Girls Soccer

Fall Athletes Honored at Nov. 13 Awards Night

Congratulations to the University High School athletes who competed in cross country, girls golf, boys soccer, girls soccer, boys tennis, and volleyball this season. At Fall Sports Awards Night on November 13, each team distributed awards recognizing the most outstanding athlete, most improved athlete, and the athlete with the best mental attitude. Plus, most sports also awarded a Trailblazer

University High School Girls Varsity Golf finishes 3rd place

Tuesday, September 5, 2017 4:45 PM Place 3 Points 236 Meet Recap University girls golf played a solid round at Twin Bridges Tuesday night, shooting a 236. The Blazers were led by freshman Molly Bickle, who was the round medalist with a 48, which is also her career best score on nine holes. The Blazer

University High School Girls Varsity Golf falls to Crawfordsville High School 235-244

Thursday, August 10, 2017 5:00 PM Crawfordsville High School AWAY 235 University High School HOME 244 Meet Recap University Girls Golf lost a close match to Crawfordsville, shooting a season-low 244. Each Blazer golfer saw great improvement in their scores from their first match, including freshman Molly Bickle, who shot her career-best 50. Crawfordsville’s Bailey

University High School Girls Varsity Golf falls to Greenwood Christian Academy 246-270

Tuesday, August 8, 2017 4:30 PM Greenwood Christian Academy AWAY 246 University High School HOME 270 Meet Recap University girls golf fell to Greenwood Christian in their first match of the year. This was the first varsity match for four out of five University golfers, all of whom played solid rounds. Co-medalists, each scoring 57,

Awards Night Honors Fall Athletes

Congratulations to the University High School athletes who competed in cross country, girls golf, soccer, boys tennis, and volleyball this fall season. At their season-end celebrations, each team distributed awards recognizing the most outstanding athlete, most improved athlete, and the athlete with the best mental attitude. Plus, most sports also awarded a Trailblazer Award winner. The Trailblazer Award

University High School Girls Varsity Golf falls to Carmel High School 195-236

Tuesday, September 13, 2016 4:45 PM Carmel High School AWAY 195 University High School HOME 236 Meet Recap The Trailblazers lost a tough home match against Carmel JV on Tuesday at Wood Wind, but played a strong round overall, posting our lowest team score of the season at Wood Wind. Jenny scored low with a

University High School Girls Varsity Golf falls to Lebanon High School 173-258

Monday, September 12, 2016 4:00 PM University High School AWAY 258 Lebanon High School HOME 173 Meet Recap The Trailblazers played a solid away round at Ulen on Monday, but fell to a strong Lebanon side. Lucy Bodem scored low for University with a 57. A tough match on a challenging course, this was great

University High School Girls Varsity Golf finishes 3rd place

Tuesday, September 6, 2016 4:45 PM Place 3 Points 239 Meet Recap This was a very close match all around on our difficult home course, Wood Wind. Jenny Bruemmer scored low for University with a 53. Opponents School Place Points Danville High School 1 225 Tri-West High School 2 230 University High School 3 239

Girls Golf Team Wins Conference Championship

University High School’s girls golf team won its first-ever Pioneer Academic-Athletic Conference championship on Friday, Sept. 2 at Bluff Creek Golf Course. All four Trailblazers golfers — senior Jenny Bruemmer, senior Lucy Bodem, senior Olivia Hwang, and sophomore Meredith Rodgers — played strong rounds. Bruemmer was the leading scorer for the Trailblazers, and she was