Middlebury

MEN'S GOLF PLACES SECOND AT NESCAC'S

April 26, 2010

The Middlebury College men's golf team finished second among four teams competing at the 2010 NESCAC Championship at the Taconic Golf Club in Williamstown, Mass. After finishing the first round with an impressive score of 293, Trinity posted a score of 305 on day two to end the weekend with a combined total of 598. Following Trinity was runner-up Middlebury, the team that edged the Bantams for the 2009 conference championship via tie-breaker. The Panthers shaved six strokes off their Saturday total of 310 and finished the tournament with a score of 614. In third was Hamilton (617), while host Williams placed fourth (620).

            The Middlebury tandem of junior Jim Levins (Rutland, Vt.) and junior Brian Cady (Rye, N.Y.) tied for second (146, +4), as Cady's 70 round (-1) was the best among Sunday's performances while Levins was right behind with a Sunday score of 71 (E). First-year player Andrew Emerson (Pelham, N.Y.) finished 15th with a 151, while junior John Szmyd (Rye, N.H.) and first-year player Robert Carpenter-Israel (Bethesda, Md.) each shot a 165.

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