See the All-SEC Red, White girls golf teams for 2020

It’s no surprise that Ann Arbor Skyline golfer Adie Maki was the No. 1 player in the Southeastern Conference Red after a standout 2020 season.

The junior finished second in Michigan at the Division 1 state finals and was the most consistent player of either of the SEC leagues.

Maki headlined the All-SEC-Red team this year, which featured a strong group, including Pioneer senior Amaya Melendez, who also earned all-state honors at the D1 final.

Maki and Melendez were two of nine players selected to the SEC-Red squad, while 10 players were chosen for the SEC-White team.

Here’s both SEC teams selected by league coaches.

Forest Akers East hosts girls golf state finals

Ann Arbor Pioneer’s Amaya Melendez prepares to drive during the division 1 girls golf state finals at Forest Akers West golf course in Lansing on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Mary Lewandowski|

Adi Maki, Ann Arbor Skyline

Amaya Melendez, Ann Arbor Pioneer

Mackenzie Rooney, Ann Arbor Pioneer

Erin Mercer, Monroe

Jules Vogel, Temperance Bedford

Jilian Giordano, Ann Arbor Pioneer

Mackenzie Mielke, Monroe

Alex Ellender, Ann Arbor Pioneer

Riya Patchava, Ann Arbor Skyline

Olivia Ohmer, Pinckney

Sophie Whelan, Tecumseh

Natalie Kulka, Jackson

Alivia Ligrow, Pinckney

Liz Moore, Ypsilanti Lincoln

Anna Reisner, Chelsea

Olivia Naylor, Dexter

Quinn Hale, Adrian

Emily Moore, Ypsilanti Lincoln

Lily Majeski, Ypsilanti Lincoln


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