Golf - 2015

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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Oct 10, 2015 5:36 am

Southern Maine Finishes Third at Rain-Shortened UNE Invitational

KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine – Junior Alex Carroll (Searsport, Maine) shot a 39 to lead the University of Southern Maine Huskies to a third place finish in a rain-shortened University of New England Invitational Friday afternoon at the Cape Arundel Golf Club. Originally scheduled as a tradition 18-hole tournament, course officials shortened play to nine holes due to the steady rainfall across the Southern Maine area.
St. Joseph's College placed first in the four-team even with a team score of 151. The Monks were led by a low-round of 35 from Cam Letourneau. Letourneau finished first out of 20 golfers. Endicott College finished three strokes off of St. Joseph's with a score of 154 to place second, while Southern Maine combined to score a 159 for a third place finish. UNE also tied for third with a score of 159.

Carroll finished in a five-way tie for seventh place with a score of 39, finishing five stroke off of a par-35 for the first nine holes of the course. Southern Maine juniors Tom Murray (Bangor, Maine), Shawn Francoeur (Windham, Maine) and Joseph Francoeur (Windham, Maine) all carded a 40 in tough playing conditions to tie for 11th. Junior Brett Howard (Windham, Maine) was the Huskies' final golfer carding a 41.

Southern Maine hosts the USM Fall Classic on Sunday and Monday (11:00 a.m.). The Huskies will host several local squads in the two-day tourney at the Gorham Country Club.

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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 11, 2015 6:25 am

Men's golf wins second straight CBB tournament

AUBURN, Maine -- The Bates men's golf team displayed impressive depth on Saturday in winning its second consecutive CBB Tournament at the Bobcats' home Martindale Country Club. Bates' five-man score of 414 topped Bowdoin's 420 and Colby's 426.

Sophomore Spencer Pierce (Winnetka, Ill.) led the Bobcats with a score of 81 four off of individual leader Thomas Spagnola of Bowdoin (77). Junior captain Brad Rutkin (Great Neck, N.Y.), sophomore Jay Bennett-Saltzman (Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.) and first-year Liam McLoughlin (New Smyrna Beach, Fla.) all carded 83's, and junior captain Alex Stekler (Avon, Conn.) closed out Bates' tight pack with an 84 -- seven strokes ahead of Colby's No. 5 player and 11 strokes ahead of Bowdoin's.

Bates competes Sunday at the Colby Classic at Waterville Golf Club.

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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 11, 2015 6:26 am

Williams Leads After Day One of NESCAC Women's Golf Championship

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. - Williams turned in four individual scores below 80 to post a team score of 309 and gain a 19-stroke lead after day one of the first-ever NESCAC Women's Golf Championship on Saturday at the Taconic Golf Club. The NESCAC Women's Golf Championship, which is being held in conjunction with the Williams Fall Invitational, wraps up tomorrow starting at 9 a.m. with a shotgun start.

Middlebury sits in second place with a team score of 328, while Amherst is two strokes back of the Panthers with a team score of 330. Hamilton ranks fourth in the NESCAC standings with a score of 359. Bowdoin and Bates are in fifth and sixth place, respectively, with scores of 384 and 392.

The Ephs were paced by first-year Cordelia Chan (Windsor, Ontario), who posted the top score with a 74. The three other scoring Williams golfers are in the top five of NESCAC competitors. Sophomore Phoebe Mattana (Demarest, N.J.) is tied for third with a score of 77, while sophomore Liz Gudas (Binghamton, N.Y.) and junior Tracey Kim (Irvine, Calif.) recorded matching scores of 79, which was good for fourth.

In the individual standings, Amherst first-year Katie Rosenberg (Los Angeles, Calif.) is two strokes off the lead after firing a 76. Sophomore Katharine Fortin (Wellesley, Mass.) of Middlebury is tied for fourth place along with Gudas and Kim to round out the top five.

Individual Results

Team Standings
1.) Williams - 309
2.) Middlebury - 328
3.) Amherst - 330
4.) Hamilton - 359
5.) Bowdoin - 384
6.) Bates - 392

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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 11, 2015 6:34 am

MGOLF: Husson wins 10th NAC title in 12 years

RUTLAND, Vt. – Husson held a two-stroke advantage after the opening day of play and never looked back, as the Eagles claimed their 10th North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Championship title in 12 years with a two-day total of 632 at the Rutland Country Club.

Despite the tough conditions, the Eagles managed to record an impressive 312 in the opening round before posting a 320 on the final day to secure an automatic berth in the 2016 NCAA Championship set for May 12-15 at Grandover Resort in Greensboro, N.C.

Last year's NAC champion, Salem State (Mass.), ended 18 strokes behind the Eagles.

Husson's Greg Martin turned in the best score of the tournament (144) after shooting a one-over 71 on Saturday to take home his second-straight NAC individual championship and Golfer of the Year honor. Fellow Eagle, Daulton Wickenden, tallied the second best score of the day with a six-over 76 and finished second overall with a 149. Each player earned a first team All-NAC honor.

Philip Thome finished 16th for Husson with a 169, just ahead of Cam Clark, who shot a 170. Thomas Favreau was 26th with a 185.

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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 12, 2015 5:22 am

Bates women's golf takes 13th at Williams Fall Invitational

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. - Sophomore Kelly Wassarman paced the Bobcats women's golf team at the Williams Fall Invitational over the weekend as she finished tied for 54th in the 88-player field. The Bobcats finished in 13th place out of 15 teams.

Host Williams College won the event easily as they shot +49 as a team, beating second-place New York University by 26 strokes.

The Bobcats finished eight strokes back of rival Bowdoin College in the event.

Cordelia Chan of Williams College finished first overall with a score of +9 over the two days. Her scores of 74 and 77 were good enough to win the individual title.

For the Bobcats, Wassarman shot a 94 in the first round on Saturday and a team-best 91 in the second round on Sunday.

Team co-captain Elizabeth LaVerghetta finished in 69th place and Emily Plotnikov came in tied for 75th as she moved up six spots on the leaderboard thanks to a 92 on Sunday.

The Williams Invitational was played in conjuction with the first-ever NESCAC Women's Golf Championship. Of the 30 players competing in the NESCAC Championship, Wassarman finished 21st.

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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 12, 2015 5:23 am

Women's Golf Finishes Fifth at First-Ever NESCAC Championship

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. - The Bowdoin College women's golf team finished fifth in the first-ever NESCAC Championship this weekend at Taconic Golf Club.

The Polar Bears edged rival Bates by eight strokes over the two-day tournament. Williams ran away with the title on its home course with a two-day score of 617.

How It Happened

Diya Chopra led the way for Bowdoin by scoring 179 (90-89) and finishing in a tie for 17th
Haley Friesch was right behind in 20th place with a total of 182 (89-93)
Meredith Sullivan (187, 22nd), Karen Chan (216, 28th) and Maddy Fulton (243, 30th) rounded out the Bowdoin competitors
The Polar Bears finished ahead of Bates for the second consecutive weekend after placing behind the Bobcats in the season's first three tournaments
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The tournament rounded out the season for the Polar Bears

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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 12, 2015 5:30 am

Rauseo/Gallogly third at Colby Classic

WATERVILLE, Maine — The Colby College golf team closed out the season with EJ Rauseo and Chris Gallogly combining to finish with the third-best score at the Colby Classic at Waterville Country Club on Sunday.

Rauseo and Gallogly had a 36 on the front nine and a 37 on the back for a total of 73. Scott Lehman and Alden Southworth joined forces for a 79 for the Mules.
Colby Classic
Bennett Saltzman, Liam McGloughlin, Bates, 33-36–69
Nick Grano, Joey Sallerson, Bates, 33-39–72
EJ Rauseo, Chris Gallogly, Colby, 36-37–73
Noah Bernard, Eric Depner, Maine-Presque Isle, 35-39–74
Sam Mellert, Ben Rollins, Bates, 38-37–75
Hazen Dauphinee, Jordan Baeulier, Maine-Presque Isle, 36-40–76
Scott Lehman, Alden Southworth, Colby, 38-41–79
Marcus Johnson, Trevor Kitchen, Thomas, 42-40–82
Anthony Chacho, Steve Wescott, Maine-Presque Isle, 40-48–88

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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 12, 2015 5:48 am

Monks Lead After First 18 at USM Fall Classic

GORHAM, Maine – Saint Joseph's College leads the field with a 295 score through the first 18 holes of the USM Fall Classic, which concludes with the final round at Gorham Country Club on Monday. Junior Michael Caron (Gorham, Maine) ranks as the top individual with a three-under-par 69 after the first day.

The Monks' 295 card through 18 holes is tied – with the 2004 team that won the Maine State Championship with the same score - for the program's lowest round score in the last 16 seasons.

For Caron, the 69 score counts as the best round of his esteemed collegiate career. Previously, the junior standout had posted four rounds of 72 or lower with a 70 at the 2014 UNE Invitational being his previous career low.

The Monks are currently four strokes ahead of Southern Maine, while UMass.-Dartmouth (316), University of New England (326), Bowdoin College (327), Nichols College (332) and Emmanuel College (336) are also competing in the 2015 USM Fall Classic.

For the Monks, freshman Adam Hachey (Winthrop, Maine) posted a 74 card, first-year Cam Letourneau (Hebron, Maine) notched a 75, senior Ryan Berard (Millville, Mass.) added a 77, and senior Jason Riley (Dedham, Mass.) recorded an 82 score over the first 18 holes.

Play resumes tomorrow at 11:00 AM.

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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Oct 13, 2015 4:47 am

Southern Maine Finishes Second at USM Fall Classic

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GORHAM, Maine – Junior Tom Murray (Bangor, Maine) placed second overall to lead the University of Southern Maine Huskies to a second place finish at its own USM Fall Classic hosted this Sunday and Monday at the Gorham Country Club.
Southern Maine finished second out of eight schools with a two-day score of 618 (299-319) to finish 16 strokes off of first place St. Joseph's College. The Monks won the tournament with a score of 602 (295-307) and were led by individual medalist Mike Caron with finished the weekend with a 144 (69-75). University of New England placed third with a score of 631 (326-323). UMass Dartmouth and Nichols finished in a two-way tie for fourth with a score of 639.

Murray was one of two Huskies' golfers to place in the top ten, carding a one-under par 71 on the first day of the tournament and then firing a 76 on the second day for a 147. Junior Shawn Francoeur (Windham, Maine) placed eighth with a score of 154 (76-78). Junior Joseph Francoeur (Windham, Maine) tied for 13th with a score of 158 (75-83), while junior Alex Carroll (Searsport, Maine) earned a three-way tie for 17th with a two-day total of 160 (78-82). Freshman Shaun McKinnon (Rocky Hill, Conn.) was USM's fifth golfer carding a 163 (77-85) to place tied for 21st.

Southern Maine returns to action this coming weekend at the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Championship hosted by UMass Dartmouth at the Allendale Country Club.

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Re: Golf - 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 14, 2015 6:13 am

Pepin, Kalthoff and Olson Named in NAC All-Conference Awards

CASTINE, Maine – Maine Maritime's Kevin Pepin (Candia, N.H.) has been named the North Atlantic Conference Senior Scholar Athlete of the Year and to the All-NAC First Team, while teammate Keenan Kalthoff (Fallbrook, Calif.) was also named to the All-NAC First Team and junior Luke Olson (Charleston, Maine) was named to the NAC Sportsmanship Team.

Pepin, a Candia, N.H. native, has been selected as the first NAC Men's Golf Senior Scholar Athlete of the Year. He is being recognized for excelling academically and athletically throughout his undergraduate experience. The Marine Engineering Technology major has served as a role model in both the classroom and on the course and is being acknowledged for his commitment to golf and his studies. On campus, the senior is the Cadet Second Assistant Engineer and is ship rate. He serves as the Vice President of Maine Maritime's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, Students Living in Christ Everyday (SLICE), and Subsea Engineering. On the course, Pepin recorded three top-five finishes, as he placed third at the Presque Isle Invitational (77), took fourth at the Castine Classic (78), and carded a 160 (78-82) for fifth at the 2015 NAC Championship. Pepin was also named to the All-Conference First Team.

Joining Pepin on the All-Conference First Team is senior Keenan Kalthoff. Kalthoff becomes the first golfer in Maine Maritime history to be named to the First Team All-Conference for three-straight years. Kalthoff carded a 161 to finish sixth at the NAC Championship. Earlier this season Kalthoff placed second at the Presque Isle Invitational and recorded his best performance in a two-day tournament (148) at the Husson Invitational.

Olson was named a member of Sportsmanship Team, new to the conference this season is the selection of a Sportsmanship Team which is reserved for those who have distinguished themselves through demonstrated acts of sportsmanship and ethical behavior. The honorees are individuals who have positively affected the men's golf culture and environment and whose behavior clearly demonstrates sportsmanship and integrity that go beyond the playing rules and etiquette. Olson led the Mariners at the Maine-Farmington Invitational with a 14th place finish and tied for sixth place at the Castine Classic.

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