As a college-preparatory institution, St. Margaret’s academic excellence is rooted in vigor, choice and relevance and made possible by a strong foundation of educational expertise, research and best practices.
At St. Margaret’s, students are encouraged to explore their own interests in this vibrant, close-knit community, and Tartans seek opportunities for growth in athletics, the arts, service learning, leadership and more.
Tartans Tie for 3rd, Jessica Liu for 5th at Walnut Golf Tournament
St. Margaret’s had a fantastic showing at the Division 1/2 Walnut Invitational Golf Tournament. In a stacked field, filled with 10 higher ranked CIF-SS Division 1 competitors, the Tartans tied for 3rd with a 388 team score. Only Div 1 opponents Harvard-Westlake and Notre Dame Sherman Oaks scored lower. Leading the Tartans was star Jessica Liu who shot a 70 (-2) and placed 5th overall individually in a field of 120 players. Next were Gabby Eifrig, Annie Weng, and Madison Lewis who posted a 73 (+1, 12th overall), a 74 (+2, 14th overall), and a 80 (+8, 37th overall). Eifrig also represented the school in the long drive contest, making it to the final round and finishing in the top 6. The Tartans will look to continue building on its successes in its matches against Ocean View and Costa Mesa this week.
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