May 16, 2007

The Middlebury College men's golf team is making its first NCAA Tournament appearance on Tuesday, May 15th. The Panthers earned the right by capturing the NESCAC Championship this past fall and earning an automatic bid to the tourney. The event is taking place at both the Hawthorns Golf & Country Club and the Prairie View Golf Club in Fishers and Carmel, Indiana. The championship is being co-hosted by Anderson University and the Hamilton County Convention and Visitors Bureau.

May 7, 2007

The Panther men's golf team played its final regular season match of the year as they took part in the Williams Quad. Senior Chad Bellmare (Bedford, N.Y.) led the team with a 78, followed by junior George Baumann (Mequon, Wis.) and sophomore Harrison Bane (Marblehead, Mass.), who each shot an 80. Sophomore Mike McCormick (Oak Park, Ill.) followed with an 82, while sophomore Ashley Miller (Williston, Vt.) came in with an 87.

April 29, 2007

The men's golf team finished in a third place tie at the nine-team Coed Golf Spring Classic hosted by Williams. Skidmore won the event with a two-day total of 294, followed by Williams (303), Middlebury (307) and W.N.E.C. (307). The Panthers wrap up the regular season next Saturday in the Quad Challenge at Taconic Golf Club in Williamstown. Middlebury will then make its first appearance at the NCAA Championships, after winning the NESCAC title this past fall.

April 26, 2007

The Middlebury men's golf team finally opened its spring season at the Skidmore Invitational. The Thoroughbreds placed the first and second place teams, while Middlebury came in third with a 320 in the seven-team event.

October 25, 2006

The Panther men's golf team wrapped up its fall season with an 18th place at the 43 team NEIGA Championship. The University of R.I. won the meet with a 588, while Middlebury was eighth among Division III teams with a 641.

October 9, 2006

The Panther men's golf team earned a solid third place finish at the 18-team Hamilton-Shenedoah Invitational Tournament over the weekend. Skidmore won the event with a two-day total of 601, followed by NYU (605) and Middlebury (619).

October 4, 2006

Middlebury College men's golfers Harrison Bane (Marblehead, Mass.) and George Baumann (Mequon, Wis.) have earned first-team All-NESCAC honors. The duo recently helped lead Middlebury to its first NESCAC Championship since '99, as they came from behind to earn the win at Bowdoin.

October 2, 2006

The Middlebury College men's golf team won its second NESCAC Championship with a dramatic come-from-behind victory at Bowdoin. With the win, Middlebury has qualified for the 2007 NCAA Championships on May 15-18 at the Prairie View Golf Club and Hawthorns Golf and Country Club Carmel and Fishers, Indiana.

September 30, 2006

HADLEY, Mass. - Williams College, the two-time defending NESCAC Golf Champions, will look to earn its third consecutive title and 10th overall this weekend when the Ephs join the rest of the conference in picturesque Maine for the 2006 NESCAC Golf Championship. The two-day, 36-hole championship will be hosted by Bowdoin College at the Brunswick Golf Club in Brunswick. The first group will tee off on Saturday, Sept. 30, at 10:30 a.m., with the championship concluding on Sunday, Oct. 1.

September 25, 2006

The Panther men's golf team finished seventh of 19 teams taking part in the Williams Invitational over the weekend. The Panthers came in with a 593, while Salem State won the event with a 569.

September 17, 2006

Skidmore combined for a two-day total of 591 as they captured the 2006 Duke Nelson Golf Tournament hosted by Middlebury College on the Ralph Myhre Golf Course. The Thoroughbreds held a five-stroke lead over NYU after day one, holding onto the lead as NYU finished two strokes behind at 593. Salem State placed third overall with a 597, Middlebury came in fourth at 605, followed by St. Anselm with a 607, good for fifth place.


September 11, 2006

The men's golf team kicked off its fall of '06 schedule with a trip to Maine to take part in the Bowdoin Invitational Tournament. The Panthers finished with a 613, nine strokes back, but good for fourth place in the 15-team tournament.