The Middlebury men’s golf team concluded its NCAA Championship with a 310 during day two on Wednesday for an overall score of 604 (294-310). With the top 15 teams advancing on to play two more rounds, the Panthers just missed the cut, completing their rounds just five strokes behind 15th-place University of Rochester (N.Y.), winding up 19th. During Tuesday's round, the Panthers worked their way around the Grandover Resort’s East Course in Greensboro, North Carolina.
The Middlebury College men’s golf team sits in a seventh-place tie among 41 teams at the 2014 NCAA Championships. Schreiner University leads the event with a 285, followed by Methodist (286) and the Panthers with a 294. Today’s action took place at the Grandover Resort, in Greensboro, North Carolina as the Panthers tackled the west course.
The Middlebury College men’s golf team will makes its fifth NCAA Tournament appearance in eight years after capturing its sixth NESCAC Championship this spring. The event will take place from May 13-16, at Grandover Resort, in Greensboro, North Carolina and will be hosted by Guilford and the Greensboro Sports Commission.
Middlebury won its third NESCAC Championship in the last four years, as the Panthers held off a day-two charge from Williams to capture the 2014 title. The NESCAC Championship is the fifth overall for the Panthers, who receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. The event will take place from May 13-16 at the Grandover Resort in Greensboro, N.C. The NESCAC Championship was held at the par 71 Ralph Myhre Golf Course on the campus of Middlebury College.
Host Middlebury fired a 299 to hold an 11-shot lead after day one of the 2014 NESCAC Men’s Golf Championship. Trinity came in with a 310, followed by Williams (311) and Amherst (332). The Championship event is taking place at the par 71 Ralph Myhre Golf Course on the campus of Middlebury College. Action resumes on Sunday morning with the final round of the tournament.
Four teams aim to capture a conference crown at the 2014 NESCAC Golf Championship this weekend at Ralph Myhre Golf Course in Middlebury, Vt. Host Middlebury will welcome Trinity, Amherst and defending champion Williams to the two-day championship. Teams will tee off at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 26 and at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, April 27.
The Middlebury men’s golf team improved one spot following day one and posted a runner-up finish at the eight-team Williams Spring NESCAC Opener. Williams won the event with a 593, followed by Middlebury (601) in second, while Williams ‘B’ team and Hamilton tied for third (609). Carding a 307 on day one, the Panthers shaved 13 strokes off their team score and recorded a 294 on day two.
The Middlebury men’s golf team opened its spring with a second-place finish at the 12-team NYU Spring Invitational. Williams won the event with a 590, followed by Middlebury (591) and Rochester (606), After a 302 on day one, the Panthers shaved 13 strokes on their team score with a match-best 289 on day two.
The Middlebury men’s golf team wrapped up its fall season with a win at the ECAC Championship event. The Panthers finished with a two-day total of 635, 13 strokes ahead of their competition in the 14-team event. Action took place at the Crumpin Fox Golf Club in Bernardston, Mass.
Middlebury junior John Louie (Salinas, Calif.) has been named NESCAC Player of the Year after leading his team to a first-place finish at the NESCAC Championship Qualifier over the weekend at Bowdoin. Earning NESCAC Coach of the Year honors was Panther head coach Bill Beaney.
The Middlebury men’s golf team has captured the 2013 NESCAC Qualifier hosted by Bowdoin College. By doing so, the Panthers have earned the right to host the NESCAC Golf Championship on April 26-27 at the Ralph Myhre Golf Course. Action took place at the Brunswick Golf Club in Maine.
Rob Donahoe and John Louie fired identical rounds of 70 to sit tied atop the leaderboard and put Middlebury in first place after one day of play at the NESCAC Golf Championship Qualifier at Brunswick Golf Club.
Bowdoin College will host the NESCAC Fall Championship Qualifier at Brunswick Golf Course in Brunswick, Maine this weekend. The two-day, 36-hole event includes defending NESCAC Champion Williams College, which earned its 11th overall conference title last spring.
Middlebury finished fifth among 15 teams competing at the Williams Invitational. The Ephs won the event with a 607, while the Panthers shot a 301 on day two for a 618. The event took place at the Taconic Golf Club.
Middlebury captured the 30th annual Duke Nelson Tournament for the first time in school history. The Panthers won the event with a two-day total of 596. After trailing Hamilton by a stroke after a red-hot 292 on day one, scores were much higher on the second day of competition due to wind.
Middlebury opened the fall season with a win at the 2013 Bowdoin Invitational Tournament. The Panthers came in with a two-day total of 605, firing an impressive 299 on day two. Husson (616) and S. Maine (633) rounded out the top three at the 13-team tournament.