Madison Edgewood added to it's run of dominance in girls golf, winning a record-setting eighth straight WIAA state tournament, the last 6 of which came in division 2. The Crusaders' team total of 617 is a state record, breaking their own mark of 634 set last year. Edgewood beat runnerup Arcadia/Cochrane-Fountain City by 120 strokes, the largest gap between first and second place teams in state history.
Osceola's Lindsay Danielson became the first player, girl or boy, to win four straight state championships.
In Division 1, Green Bay Notre Dame captured the title for 3rd straight year. The Tritons beat runnerup Homestead by 27 strokes. Notre Dame added 25 shots to it's lead on the second and final day after finishing round one with a 2-shot lead.