Golf - 2015

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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Sep 28, 2015 6:50 am

Beacham leads golf team at Husson tourney

BANGOR, Maine — Andrew Beacham finished with a two-day total of 166 for the Colby College golf team at the Husson University Invitational on Saturday and Sunday at Bangor Municipal Golf Course.

Beacham had Colby’s best round of the tourney with an 80 on Sunday. Scott Lehman finished with an 84 and an 86 for a total of 170.
The Mules finished in a tie for 10th place in the 12-team field.
Husson Invitational
Bangor Municipal Golf Course
Team scores
1. St. Joseph’s 299-301 –600
2. Husson 300-301–601
3. U. New England 308-307–615
–. Southern Maine 310-305–615
5. Bowdoin 307-318–625
6. Castleton 309-319–628
7. Bates 314-316–630
8. Maine Maritime 315-319–634
9. Maine-Farmington 336-329–665
10. Colby 344-348–692
–. Maine-Presque Isle 354-338–692
12. Thomas 354-348–702
Colby golfers
39. Andrew Beacham 86-80–166
43. Scott Lehman 84-86–170
50. Alden Southworth 87-90–177
55. Chris Gallogly 87-92–179
59. Lawrence Dickey 99-97–196

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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Sep 28, 2015 6:51 am

MGOLF: Martin wins Husson Invitational

BANGOR, Maine - The Eagles' Greg Martin shot a plus-one over the course of two days to win the Husson Invitational, held at Bangor Municipal Golf Course. Husson tallied a 601 (300-301) and finished second overall by one stroke to Saint Joseph's (Maine).

Martin has won three of the four tournaments this year in which he has played.

"I'm happy with the way that I played this weekend," Martin said. "I'm proud of the way that the guys grinded it out in tough conditions. I'm excited to see the way the team will perform later this year at the NAC Tournament."

Martin totaled a 139 (67-72) on the par-69, 6,187-yard course. Daulton Wickenden tied for fifth with a 147 (73-74). Philip Thome was seven strokes better Sunday than the day before and tied for 22nd with a 159 (83-76). Devin Lyshon tied for 25th with a 160 (81-79). Cam Clark tied for 31st with a 163 (79-84).

Husson's Thomas Favreau tied for 45th after compiling a 171 (86-85). Devin Stewart came up with a 204 (99-105). Steve Mahon fired a 221 (109-112). All three players competed as individuals.

The Monks totaled a 600 (299-301) to win the team title.

Husson takes part in the Mariner Invitational, hosted by Maine-Maritime, on Thursday, Oct. 1, at Augusta Country Club in Augusta, Maine.

Husson release: http://athletics.husson.edu/sports/mgol ... 0927qd67or
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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Sep 28, 2015 6:55 am

Saint Joseph’s Wins Husson Invitational

BANGOR, Maine – Saint Joseph's College maintained a one-stroke lead to win the 2015 Husson University Invitational at Bangor Municipal Golf Course on Sunday. The Monks posted a 299 card on Saturday and a 301 score on Sunday to edge the host-Eagles, 600-601 in the annual event.

Freshman Cam Letourneau (Hebron, Maine) led the Monks with a 147 (74-73) card and finished in a tie for fifth individually. First-year Adam Hachey (Winthrop, Maine) placed ninth with a 149 (75-74) while junior Michael Caron (Gorham, Maine) and freshman Adam Batchelder (Portland, Maine/Cheverus) tied for 10th with 152 cards (74-78 & 76-76, respectively).

For the Monks, the tourney victory is the team's third-consecutive triumph and fourth of the 2015 campaign overall.

Husson's Greg Martin claimed medalist honors for the third time in four years after shooting a 139 (67-72) while Brad Rutkin of Bates College was the runner-up with a 141 (70-71).

University of New England (615, 307-308) and Southern Maine (615, 308-307) finished in a tie for third, Bowdoin College was fifth (625, 307-318), Castleton State placed sixth (628, 309-319) and Bates College finished seventh (630, 314-316). Maine Maritime (634, 315-319), Maine-Farmington (665, 336-329), Colby College (692, 344-348), Maine Presque-Isle (692, 354-338) and Thomas College (702, 354-348) also competed in this year's Husson Invitational.

Saint Joseph's has never before won the Husson Invitational, a tournament in which the Monks have participated in 12 of the last 15 seasons. The team's previous top finish in the event was a runner-up effort in 1999.

The Eagles entered this year's invite having won the program's hosted event in each of the last six times it was held with 12 wins in the last 15 years overall.

Saint Joseph's will participate in the Southern Maine Cup, which features a Ryder Cup format, at Gorham Country Club on Friday, October 2nd.

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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Sep 28, 2015 7:01 am

Brickley Improves by Nine Strokes in Final Round of Husson Invt. to Lead UMF

BANGOR, Maine – Gavin Brickley led the University of Maine at Farmington golf team with a top 25 finish in the Husson Invitational, hosted at the Bangor Municipal Golf Course this weekend.

After shooting a total 84 in the first round on Saturday, Brickley stepped up to the tee and improved by nine strokes on the final day of the tournament with a combined total of 159 for the round. The sophomore also landed in a tie for 22nd place.

Fellow sophomore Michael Richard followed Brickley with a 160 and tied for 25th. Eric Aguiar and Travis Kupec both grabbed a top 50 spot on the individual leaderboard.

The Beavers finished ninth on the team leaderboard and fourth among North Atlantic Conference teams. UMF tallied a 665 for the tournament and trailed Maine Maritime Academy by 31 strokes for eighth place. Saint Joseph's College won the event with a 600.

UMaine-Farmington will tee off at the Maine Maritime Invitational on Thursday, hosted at the Augusta Country Club.

http://athletics.umf.maine.edu/sports/g ... 0927s5hbqv
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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Sep 28, 2015 7:11 am

Southern Maine Finishes Third at Husson University Invitational

BANGOR, Maine – Juniors Tom Murray (Bangor, Maine) and Shawn Francoeur (Windham, Maine) each finished tied for 10th place to lead the University of Southern Maine Huskies to a third place finish at the 2015 Husson University Invitational this weekend at the Bangor Municipal Golf Course.

Southern Maine finished in a two-way tie for third place with the University of New England. The Huskies totaled a team score of 615 (310-305) to finish third out of 12 teams in the two-day, 36-hole tourney. St. Joseph's College won the event with a team score of 600 (299-301), while host Husson University placed second with a score of 601 (300-301). Husson's Greg Martin was the individual medalist placing first out of 60 golfers with a two-day score of 139 (67-72).

Murray and Francoeur each carded a 152 to place Southern Maine. Murray opened the tourney firing a 78 and coming back for a 74 on the second day. Francoeur shot a solid 75 on day one and turned in a 77 on day two. Junior Alex Carroll (Searsport, Maine) was the Huskies' third finisher with a score of 154 to place 15th overall. Junior Joseph Francoeur (Windham, Maine) placed 20th with a score of 157 (82-75), while freshman Shawn McKinnon (Rocky Hill, Conn.) rounded out the scoring with a two-day total of 172 (86-86) to place 48th.

Southern Maine returns to action on Thursday, October 1 (10:00 a.m.) at the Maine Maritime Academy Invitational hosted by the Augusta Country Club in Augusta, Maine.

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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Oct 03, 2015 7:15 am

Golf Adds Match Against Husson on Sunday

CASTINE, Maine -- Maine Maritime Academy golf will play Husson University on Sunday, October 4 at the Samoset Resort in Rockport, Maine. The two teams will begin teeing off at 9:00 am.

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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Oct 03, 2015 7:16 am

Golfers Take Southern Maine Cup

GORHAM, Maine – Freshman Cam Letourneau (Hebron, Maine) and junior Michael Caron (Gorham, Maine) combined to shoot a three-under par 68 (33-35) to lead Saint Joseph's College to a first place finish at the 2015 Southern Maine Cup held at the par-71 Gorham Country Club Friday afternoon.

A unique event, the Southern Maine cup features a Ryder Cup format with pairs of golfers playing six holes of best ball, six holes of scramble format and finally six holes of alternate shot golf.

For the Monks, the unprecedented success continues, as Saint Joseph's has now won four-consecutive tournaments, a streak that began with the program's second Maine State Championship on September 20th.

With Letourneau and Caron leading the way, the Monks combined for a team score of 219 to edge second place finisher University of New England (221). The Monks' win snaps the Huskies' four-year win streak at their annually hosted event and counts as the SJC lowest card since the tournament adopted an 18-hole format in 2007.

The Southern Maine Cup victory is the Monks' first since 2006 and fourth since 2002 overall. Prior to this afternoon, St. Joe's had not finished higher in the Cup since placing second in 2007. The Royal Blue placed third with 233 strokes last fall.

For Saint Joseph's, senior Ryan Berard (Millville, Mass.) and freshman Adam Hachey (Winthrop, Maine) combined for a 75 (35-40) card and the duo of sophomore Brandon Labrecque (Gorham, Maine) and freshman Adam Batchelder (Portland, Maine/Cheverus) posted a collective 76 (35-41) score.

Southern Maine placed third with a 225 score and University of Maine-Farmington was fourth with a 240 card.

Saint Joseph's returns to the course next Friday with an appearance in the 18-hole University of New England Invitational. The event, hosted at Cape Arundel Golf Club, is scheduled for a 10:00 AM tee time.

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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Oct 10, 2015 5:31 am

Golf Team Wins Fifth Consecutive Tourney

KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine – Freshman Cam Letourneau (Hebron, Maine) earned his second medalist honor of the season to help Saint Joseph's College win the rain-shortened University of New England Invitational at Cape Arundel Golf Club on Friday.

Letourneau carded an even-par 35, one stroke better than UNE's Sam Kinasewich, as the Monks claimed their fifth-consecutive tournament crown. The annual event was cut short due to steady rainfall as the group of four competing institutions played nine holes rather than the typical 18.

For the Monks, senior Ryan Berard (Millville, Mass.) shot a 36 and placed third overall, junior Michael Caron (Gorham, Maine) carded a 39, freshman Adam Hachey (Winthrop, Maine) posted a 40, and freshman Adam Batchelder (Portland, Maine/Cheverus) added a 51.

Saint Joseph's has now won the UNE Invitational six times since 1999. Today's victory is the program's first in the annual event since 2007.

Endicott College came in next with 154, with the University of Southern Maine and the Nor'easters rounding out the group at 159.

Saint Joseph's looks to continue the successful string in the 36-hole USM Fall Classic, which begins at 11:00 AM at Gorham Country Club on Sunday.

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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Oct 10, 2015 5:33 am

Richard Tied for Eighth After First Round of NAC Championship

RUTLAND, Vt. – Michael Richard (Turner, Maine/St. Dominic) sits in an eighth place tie on Friday after the first round of the North Atlantic Conference Golf Championship, hosted at the Rutland Country Club.

Richard finished the event with an 81 behind Husson's Greg Martin and Daulton Wickenden, who lead the field with a 73. Eric Aguiar (Thornton, N.H./Plymouth Regional) trails Richard by four strokes and sits tied for 18th. Teammate Gavin Brickley (Plymouth, N.H./Plymouth Regional) rounded out the event with an 86 and ranks 22nd. Aaron Rivard (Acton, Maine/Sanford) shot an 89 and finished 24th in the individual standings. Travis Kupec (Windsor Locks, Conn./Windsor Locks) is tied for 29th after the first round by carding an 89.

UMF finished the first round in fifth place on the team leaderboard with a combined score of 341. The Beavers trail Maine Maritime Academy by 10 strokes for fourth place and 16 strokes behind Castleton University. Husson leads the field of six teams with a team score of 312, which tops Salem State University by two strokes for the top spot.

The second round of the 2015 NAC Championship will get underway on Saturday at 8:24 a.m. when Green Mountain and MCLA tee off first. Those two schools will be followed by Johnson St., UMaine-Farmington and Maine Maritime before Castleton, Salem St. and Husson pair up for the final rounds of the day.

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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Oct 10, 2015 5:34 am

Big Blue shares 3rd at rain-shortened UNE Invite

KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine -- With weather forcing an early conclusion to the day, the University of New England men's golf team wound up in a tie for third at the UNE Invitational on Friday (Oct. 9) at Cape Arundel Golf Club.

Saint Joseph's College received the low individual round (35) on the par-35 front nine from Cam Letourneau, and topped the field with a score of 151. Endicott College came in next with 154, with the University of Southern Maine and the Nor'easters rounding out the group at 159.

Sam Kinasewich paced UNE with the second-lowest total of the competition (36), and Paul Butkevich added 38. Mike Rich and Garrett Krisko wrapped up the Big Blue number with scores of 41 and 44, respectively.

UNE will be in action Sunday (11 a.m.) for day one of the USM Fall Classic at Gorham Country Club.

http://athletics.une.edu/news/2015/10/9 ... ional.aspx
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