Golf: Brady’s Jason Bird named D-III Coach of the Year, All-State teams announced

Bishop Brady golfer Mady Savary hits her tee shot on the first hole at the NHIAA girls’ state championship at Beaver Meadow Golf Course on Oct. 14.

Bishop Brady golfer Mady Savary hits her tee shot on the first hole at the NHIAA girls’ state championship at Beaver Meadow Golf Course on Oct. 14. GEOFF FORESTER / Monitor staff

The Bishop Brady golf team poses while competing at the NHIAA Division III championship at Sagamore-Hampton Golf Club in North Hampton on Oct. 12. After finishing the 2022 season with a 6-21 record and failing to make the tournament, the Giants finished fifth in D-III in 2023. Head coach Jason Bird was named the Division III Coach of the Year.

The Bishop Brady golf team poses while competing at the NHIAA Division III championship at Sagamore-Hampton Golf Club in North Hampton on Oct. 12. After finishing the 2022 season with a 6-21 record and failing to make the tournament, the Giants finished fifth in D-III in 2023. Head coach Jason Bird was named the Division III Coach of the Year. Courtesy

By DAN ATTORRI

Monitor staff

Published: 12-07-2023 10:45 PM

More area fall athletes received postseason accolades and Bishop Brady golf coach Jason Bird was named the Division III Coach of the Year, as voted on by NHIAA coaches. 

Standout freshman Mady Savary was named to the D-III First Team, as was Coe-Brown senior Jack Smith. Coe-Brown junior Alex Myslinsky was named to the Second Team, and Bishop Brady freshman Cam Fortier and Coe-Brown senior Hunter Demas were named to the Third Team.

D-II state championship Andrew Surprenant, a Merrimack Valley senior, was named to the D-II First Team along with Bow senior Sean Guerrette. Bow freshman Jacob Gancarz was named to the Second Team, while Bow junior Owen Webber, MV senior Dalton Gordon and Pembroke Academy senior Colby Pope all received Honorable Mention.

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