Middlebury College men’s golfers Jim Levins (Rutland, Vt.) and Brian Cady (Rye, N.Y.) have both been named to the Ping All-Region Team as selected by the Golf Coaches Association of America. The duo helped lead the Panthers to their fourth NESCAC Championship, as well as the team’s third trip to the NCAA Tournament this spring.
The Middlebury men’s golf team shaved five strokes off its day one score to shoot a 299 on day two of the 2011 NCAA Championship at the Grandover Resort in Greensboro, N.C. The Panthers finish the event in 18th place with a 603, with the top 15 teams continuing through the final two rounds.
The Middlebury men’s golf team is tied for 18th place among 40 teams competing at the 2011 NCAA Championship at the Grandover Resort in Greensboro, N.C. The Panthers shot a +16 304 on the first day of competition, with Oglethorpe and St. John’s tied for first – each with a two-under-par 286.
The Middlebury College men’s golf team will makes its third NCAA Tournament appearance from May 10-13 at the Grandover Resort in Greensboro, N.C. The Panthers earned the right after cruising to its fourth NESCAC Championship, capturing the title with a red-hot 292 on day two and a combined score of 594 over 36 holes.
The Middlebury College men’s golf team won its fourth NESCAC Championship, capturing the title with a red-hot 292 on day two and a combined score of 594 over 36 holes. Leading by nine after one day of play, the Panthers added to their lead to come away with a convincing 19-stroke victory. The title is the third for the squad in the last six seasons.
Middlebury holds a nine-shot lead after one day of play at the 2011 NESCAC Men's Golf Championship. The Panthers are hosting the event at the Neshobe Golf Club in Brandon, Vt. Middlebury shot a 302 on day one, followed by Trinity with a 311 and Amherst/Williams tied for third, each shooting a 314 on the par 71 course.
Middlebury College will pursue its third conference crown in the past five years when the Panthers host the 2011 NESCAC Golf Championship at the Ralph Myhre Golf Course in Middlebury, Vt. Joining Middlebury at this weekend’s conference championship will be defending NESCAC champion Trinity, Williams, and Amherst, which is making its first appearance at the spring round since the format was adopted in 2007-08.
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The Panther men’s golf team picked up a win at the six-team Williams Spring NESCAC Opener in Massachusetts. Middlebury shot a 301 to win the event, followed by Williams (303) and Trinity (313). Senior Jim Levins (Rutland, Vt.) earned medalist honors, shooting a 32 on the back nine to finish with a 71.
The Panther men’s golf team took part in the one-day Hamilton Quadrangular on Saturday, finishing first among four teams. Middlebury shot a 314, followed by SUNY Deli (315), Hamilton (323) and Rensselaer (327).
The Panther men’s golf team opened up its spring season with a third place finish among 10 teams competing at the Manhattanville/NYU Spring Invitational Tournament. Skidmore won the event with a 598, followed by SUNY Delhi (626), Middlebury (627) and NYU (628).
The Panther men's golf team ended the fall season with a match-play event at Amherst over the weekend. Middlebury finished in second place overall at the event, with Williams winning and Trinity placing third.
The Middlebury men's golf team earned a second place finish at the 16-team Hamilton Fall Invitational Tournament. The Panthers shot a 300 on day two to finish wth a 612, while Manhattanville won the event with a 609.
Middlebury senior Brian Cady (Rye, N.Y.) has been named the 2010 NESCAC Player of the Year, while freshman teammate Rob Donahoe (Canton, Mass.) earned NESCAC Rookie of the Year honors, it was announced on Tuesday.
Middlebury College used a pair of stellar rounds over two days to win the NESCAC Golf Fall Qualifier on Sunday afternoon at Shuttle Meadow Country Club. Tied for first with Williams following day one, the Panthers turned in an impressive day two total of 290 for a two-day total of 585, 12 strokes ahead of the second place Ephs.
Trinity College will begin the defense of its first NESCAC crown this weekend when the Bantams host the NESCAC Golf Championship Qualifier at Shuttle Meadow Country Club in Kensington, Conn.
The Middlebury College men's golf team turned in a solid second place tie among 18 teams at the Williams Invitational over the weekend. The Ephs, who shot 640 last weekend at the Duke Nelson, fired a 591 to win the two-day event. The Panthers came in with a 611 as did Manhattanville to finish in a tie for second place.
The men's golf team took part in the St. Lawrence Invitational over the weekend to open their season. The Panthers shot a 611 to finish fifth overall in the 15-team tournament, while Waterloo won the event with a 591.