Middlebury finished in a third place tie at the 2013 NESCAC Men's Golf Championship. Williams won the title with a 592, followed by Trinity (594), Middlebury (605) and Hamilton (605). Trinity hosted the event at the Shuttle Meadow Country Club in Kensington, Conn.
Trinity leads with at 290 after one day of play at the 2013 NESCAC Men’s Golf Championship. The Bantams are hosting the event at the Shuttle Meadow Country Club in Kensington, Conn. Williams sits in second place with a 292, followed by Hamilton (304) and Middlebury (307).
Four teams will look to capture a conference crown at the 2013 NESCAC Golf Championship this weekend at Shuttle Meadow Country Club in Kensington, Conn. Host Trinity will welcome Williams, Hamilton and two-time defending champion Middlebury to the two-day championship. Teams will tee off at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 27 and Sunday, April 28.
The Middlebury College men’s golf team placed fifth overall at the eight-team Williams Spring opener. The Ephs won the event with a 633, followed by their “B” team with a 644, Hamilton (645) and Middlebury (649).
The Middlebury men’s golf team finished seventh overall at the nine-team Manhattanville Spring Invitational. Skidmore won the event with a 601, followed closely by Williams with a 602, as the Panthers came in with a 620.
Rob Donahoe fired a two-day score of 151 (76, 75; +7) and earned medalist honors to lead Middlebury to a first-place finish at the 14-team Rhode Island College Spring Invitational, played at Triggs Memorial Golf Course on April 5-6.
The Middlebury men's golf team ended its fall season at the Hudson National Fall Classic hosted by Manhattanville. The Panthers placed fifth overall in the seven-team event, with Rensselaer taking home the title with a 611. Middlebury finished with a 639, just four strokes from second place.
Middlebury College men’s golfer William Prince (New Canaan, Conn.) has earned All-NESCAC honors for the third time in four years. The senior earned first-team honors after shooting a 148 to finish in a second place tie at the 2012 NESCAC Qualifier last weekend at Amherst. Placement on NESCAC All-Conference team is based on individual performances at the qualifier. Prince earned second-team honors in ’09, while holding down a spot on the first-team a year ago.
The Panther men's golf team finished in fourth place at the 2012 NESCAC Qualifier hosted by Amherst. Action took place at the Hickory Ridge Golf Club in Amherst, Mass. Trinity won the event, along with the right to host the four-team championship in the spring. The Bantams earned a two-day total of 592 after a red-hot 288 on day two. Williams was next with a 607, followed by Hamilton’s 611 and Middlebury with a 613.
The Middlebury men's golf team sits in fourth place after one day of play at the 2012 NESCAC Qualifier hosted by Amherst. The event is taking place at the at Hickory Ridge Golf Club in Amherst, Mass. Trinity leads after one day with a 304, followed by Hamilton (306), Williams (307) and Middlebury (314). The top four teams will qualify for the spring championship.
Rensselaer came from 15 strokes back and a sixth place tie on day one to capture the 28th annual Duke Nelson Tournament. Action took place at the par-71 Ralph Myhre Golf Course on the campus of Middlebury College. The Engineers fired a red-hot 294 on day two to shave 19 strokes off their Saturday score to earn the win (607). Three players took nine or more strokes off their day one performance to help aid the victory. Skidmore fired its second 306 of the weekend to finish in second place with a 612, while the host school shaved two strokes off its score for a 618, good for third place.
The Middlebury men's golf team placed second among 18 team at the Williams Invitational. The Ephs won the event with an impressive pair of 292's for a 584, followed by Middlebury (599), Babson (602) and Trinity (603).
Amherst College will play host to the NESCAC Fall Championship Qualifier at Hickory Ridge Golf Club in Amherst, Mass. this weekend. The two-day, 36-hole event includes defending NESCAC champion Middlebury College, which earned its fourth conference title in six years last spring.
Williams has a six stroke lead over Skidmore after one day of play at the 28th annual Duke Nelson Tournament. Action is taking place at the par 71 Ralph Myhre Golf Course on the campus of Middlebury College. The Ephs shot a 298, followed by Skidmore (306), Trinity (309) and Middlebury (310).
The Middlebury men's golf team opened the fall season with a third place finish at the 11-team St. Lawrence Invitational. Saturday's action was cancelled due to weather, leaving an 18-hole tourney on Sunday. The host school won the event with a 298, while the Panthers shot a 303.