NESCAC Golf Championships this weekend


Middlebury took the fall 2010 Championship

Classic ‘Cac preppiness will be in full force at Wesleyan this weekend as the 10 schools with golf teams (sorry, Conn.) (it’s always Conn.) (thanks a lot, Shaq) hit the links at the qualifying round of the  2012 NESCAC Golf Championship.

Middlebury took last year’s qualifying round with a two-day total of 585, 12 strokes ahead of Williams. The Panthers went on to take the NESCAC crown by 19 strokes.

Middlebury's William Prince '13 shot the lowest score at last year's Championship.

Play starts Saturday at 11:30 AM with Colby, Middlebury and Wesleyan teeing off. Bowdoin, Trinity and Tufts will follow at 12:15 PM, and Amherst, Bates, Williams and Hamilton will wrap up day one starting a 1 PM.

On Sunday, the three teams with the highest (worst) scores will tee off at 11:30 AM, the middle three at 12:15 PM, and the four best scores from Saturday will round out Sunday at 1 PM.

Don’t expect to see anything like this:

One thought on “NESCAC Golf Championships this weekend

  1. My first (only) alumni donation will be split between the funding and maintenance of Camel Golf, and to build a Pete Dye-designed course in the Arboretum. Then, I plan to craft a Camel Football football team. And Camel Cheerleading. And Camel Fratting. With accompanying sororities. Though I may be broke by this point, my name will ring through these great halls with the glory and lustre of our first and luckiest male graduates, the Sixty-Nine 38, or the 38 men first admitted to Conn amongst a MASSIVE class of females in 1969. #won, like Tiger browsing his mental rolodex of mistresses for the night as he walked off that green at 16.

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