Golf Overview

Varsity Head Coach:  Sean Noonan
JV Coach:  Tim Williams
Middle School Coach: John Jeniski
Middle School Try-Outs will be Tuesday September 12th, at 3:30 PM,
Wachusett CC. 

Thank you to all the participants that showed up today.
It's a great day for the Saint John's Golf Program!

Beaton Samuel
Bissett Adam
Breen Patrick
Brodeur Nate
Duggan Dermot
Faucher Griffin
Graham Chiota
Harris Dylan
Lind Evan
McCann Robbie
McManus Matthew
Peck Eli
Rafferty Ronan
Rue Wyatt
Schaarmann Yannick
Shrey Sharma
Spencer Colby
Sturrock William
Ta Tait
Wall Marty

2023 JV Team

2025 Parisi Sam
2025 LeBel Aiden
2026 Bartlett Camden
2026 Gillis Jameson
2026 Toscano Dominic
2026 Jenoski Ben
2026 Trani Adam
2026 Shea Jacob
2026 McShea Desmond
2026 Norton Xander
2026 Breen Will
2026 Belliveau Warren
2026 Cordial Quinn
2027 Rucci Bobby
2027 Jain Aarav
2027 Jax Phillips
2027 Davis Frank
2027 Desimone Alex
2027 Fournier Jackson
2027 Caruso David

2023 Varsity Team

2024 Gebhardt Nicolas
2024 Breen Tim
2024 Burke Gavin
2024 Lemay Matt
2024 Cotter Robbie
2024 Bhasin Veer
2024 McDonald Curtis
2025 Mooney Ronan
2025 Bhasin Savar
2025 Granger Sean
2025 Mulligan Derek
2026 Duggan Cael
2026 Marrone Andrew

Thursday, August 31, 2023
Middle School candidates will try out at the driving range at Wachusett CC.  Start Times 3:30.

Tryout Information for Fall Sports 

All Student-Athletes must use the Magnus Health Portal to download all Tryout Health Requirement Forms. The Magnus Health portal is available via the Saint John’s Parents’ Resource Page.
All Health Forms for the 2023 Fall Season are due by Monday, July 31, 2023
  1. Annual Physical Form
    All Students must submit a valid Annual Physical Report before they can try out.
Physicals are valid for 13 months after the Physical Examination Date.
No student will be allowed to participate in any Athletic practice, scrimmage, or game at Saint John’s High School without downloading his Annual Physical Report to the Magnus Health Portal.
  1. Concussion Awareness Training Form
All Students must take the required Concussion Awareness course before they can try out.
To ensure continued safety for all students participating in Athletics at the high school level, the state of Massachusetts, along with the MIAA, have recently mandated that all student-athletes, as well as parents, must participate in the National Federation of State High School Association’s Concussion Awareness program.
This program consists of online courses.  Students must take the "Concussion for Students" course while a Parent must take the “Concussion in Sports” course.  There is a corresponding exam for each course. These courses can be found at and are free.  All Students and a Parent/Guardian will be required to participate in these online courses. The student and a parent should create their own separate accounts to secure certificates in their own name. 

No student will be allowed to participate in any Athletic practice, scrimmage, or game at Saint John’s High School without downloading both his and a Parent/Guardian’s Certificate of Course Completion to the Magnus Health Portal.
  1. Pre-Participation Concussion Form
All Students must complete a Pre-Participation Concussion form before the start of every Athletic season for which they plan to participate. 
In keeping with the requirements set forth in the Massachusetts 105 CMR 201.000, this form (available on Magnus Health Portal) must be completed by a student’s parent(s) or legal guardian(s).
No student will be allowed to participate in any Athletic practice, scrimmage, or game at Saint John’s High School without downloading his Pre-Participation Concussion Form to the Magnus Health Portal.

Head Coach: Mr. Sean Noonan
Assistant Coach: Mr. Tim Williams
Middle School Coach: John Jeniski
Volunteer Coach: Cara Cullen
Volunteer Coach: Tyler Ferolito


Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Middle School.
The Varsity takes 10 - 12 people, and the J.V. & MS takes 12-18 people.
Golf has a long and successful heritage at Saint John's. The participants are expected to conduct themselves like gentlemen and respect the course and other players.

Practices are held directly after school at various golf courses and driving ranges.

(2nd consecutive year)
If you have specific questions, you may contact Mr. Noonan via email.
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