SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Chloe Bartek has joined the St. Francis golf staff as an assistant coach for the upcoming season, Head Coach Kelli Corlett announced.
"I am extremely excited to have Chloe by my side this season," said Corlett. "She will be an incredible resource for the team not only on the golf course, but more importantly an amazing role model for the girls off of the golf course. She is a special addition and we are all lucky to have her!"
Bartek brings an extensive prep and collegiate golf background to the program. She completed a four-year career at Sacramento State from 2013-17, helping the team to the Big Sky Conference title and a NCAA Tournament appearance in 2017. She shot a personal-best 69 to record her best career finish (fourth) at the 2017 Big Sky Championships. She also finished fifth at the 2016 Big Sky Championships.
She posted a 76.2 scoring average in 2016-17 to rank among the top-10 in school history and earned All-Big Sky second-team honors as a freshman.
A native of Vancouver, Wash., Bartek won the Washington State 3A Tournament in 2013.
Bartek graduated from Sacramento State with a degree in Psychology in 2017. She is an assistant junior golf coach at Morton Golf.