Middlebury 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.
Williams College will look to add its seventh conference title in the past 10 years and 11th overall when the Ephs serve as hosts for the 2010 NESCAC Golf Championship this weekend at the Taconic Golf Club in Williamstown, Mass.
The Panther men's golf team placed fourth among six teams at the Williams Spring NESCAC opener. Middlebury came in with a two-day total of 644, while the host school won the event with a 604.
The Middlebury College men's golf team opened spring play by taking part in day one of the Palamountain Invitational hosted by Skidmore. Middlebury sat in eighth place after day one with a 320, while Skidmore led with a 295.
The Middlebury men's golf team placed eighth among 15 teams competing at the Hamilton Invitational. The Panthers shot a two-day total of 646, while Skidmore shot a 608 to win the tourney. Andrew Emerson paced the squad with a two day total of 159, two strokes ahead of Jesse Keenan (161). John Szmyd (163), William Prince (165) and Bun Kunofsky (170) rounded out the Middlebury squad.
Three members of the Middlebury College men's golf team earned NESCAC honors when the team announced its post-season awards. The NESCAC Golf All-Conference teams are selected based upon individual finishes at the recent championship qualifier. Rookie Andrew Emerson (Pelham, N.Y.) earned first-team All-NESCAC honors, while also being named the league's rookie of the year. Earning second-team honors were junior Jimmy Levins (Rutland, Vt.) and first-year player William Prince (New Canaan, Conn.).
The Middlebury men's golf team has qualified for the 2010 NESCAC Championships after a fourth place finish at the fall qualifier. Williams hosted the meet and finished first with a 595, earning the right to host the four-team championship this spring. Hamilton finished second with a 597, followed by Trinity (603) and Middlebury (608).
Middlebury College, the winner of two of the last three NESCAC Golf crowns, will begin its pursuit of a third conference title in the last four years this weekend when the Panthers journey to Williamstown, Mass. for the NESCAC Golf Championship Qualifier. The two-day, 36-hole qualifying event will be hosted by Williams College at the Waubeeka Golf Links and will showcase all 10 conference teams.
Salem State captured the 26th annual Duke Nelson Golf Tournament hosted by Middlebury College at the Ralph Myhre Golf Course. After shooting a 309 under great conditions on day one, the Vikings came back with a 297 on day two, despite wet conditions. Salem ended with a 606, 13 strokes ahead of Trinity (619), followed by Middlebury (621) and Manhattanville (622). Nick Antonelli of Salem State captured medalist honors with a 75 and 70 on the par 71 course.
The Middlebury College men's golf team took part in the 16-team Williams Invitational over the weekend. The Panthers shot a two-day total of 602 to finish the event in sixth place. The host school won the tournament with a 570, followed by Salem State (580) and Babson (586).
The Middlebury College men's golf team opened up its fall season with a sixth place finish among 13 teams at the St. Lawrence Invitational. Middlebury and Hamilton both shot 622 over the weekend, while Waterloo of Canada won the event with a 593. Leading the team was senior Ben Kunofsky (Dallas, Texas), who shot a two-day total of 152 to finish in 13th place. Next was first-year player Andrew Emerson (Pelham, N.Y.) with a 154, followed by juniors Jim Levins (Rutland, Vt.) and John Szmyd (Rye, N.H.), who both shot a 158. Senior Jesse Keenan (Hadley, N.Y.) rounded out the squad with a 167.