By Scott Springer, Adam Baum and Nick Robbe, Community Press staff
John Herb's under no illusions about the upcoming Princeton girls golf season. He saw his team lose three of its top four players from a season ago to graduation, and he knows he'll need to rely on several newcomers to fill out the roster.
Optimistically, that means opportunities.
Herb said senior Aniya Hadley, a four-year player, will be strong. And so will senior Aysia Page-Mack, but after that it's gonna a lot of underclassmen learning under fire.
Sophomores Danielle Douglas, Lileth Stricklin and Thiame Thiam all return this year after contributing as freshmen. Herb said the Vikings also added sophomore newcomer Hannah Goodall to the lineup.
"I'm hoping the sophomores can contribute and contribute early," said Herb. "We're green. Our most experienced would Aniya (Hadley) and I expect some decent scores from her, but the rest, it's gonna be experience under fire. Even the newcomers are gonna be playing early cause we're limited with a short team."
Princeton tees it up for the first time on Aug. 5 against McAuley at Glenview.
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