Thomas McCarthy ’11, who captained the Yale men’s golf team to an Ivy League Championship victory and its best season in recent memory, was named a Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar by the Golf Coaches Association of America on Wednesday.
Head coach Colin Sheehan ’97, who led the Yale men’s golf team to the Ivy League title and an NCAA appearance, has been named Division I Northeast Region Coach of the Year by the Golf Coaches Association of America. Sheehan was one of six regional honorees.
The Yale men’s golf team will add another two golfers to its already strong line-up, as it prepares to repeat this season’s successes in the coming year. William Davenport from Palm City, Fla., and Thomas Greenhalgh from Weybridge, Surrey, England, will join an Eli team that has clinched the Ivy League Championship and Princeton Invitational just this past year.
The NCAA Virginia Tech Regional provided a tough ending to a successful season for the Yale men’s golf team, which battled it out over three rounds at the Pete Dye-designed River Course in Blacksburg, Va., to finish in 13th place.
A tough day out on the links Friday left the Yale men's golf team with a share for 12th place at the NCAA Virginia Tech Regional. The Elis have one round left at the difficult Pete Dye-designed River Course in Blacksburg, Va. to make their mark in the competition, which they obtained an automatic berth in after taking out the Ivy League Championship last month.
After the first round of the NCAA Virginia Tech Regionals on Thursday, the Yale men's golf team sits in 13th place, a result that reflects the battle that is the Pete Dye-designed River Course in Blacksburg, Va.
After claiming the Ivy League Championship on Apr. 23, the Yale men’s golf team will look to go one better as it competes in the May 19-21 NCAA Virginia Tech Regional at the Pete Dye-designed River Course in Blacksburg, Va.
Junior Jeffrey Hatten has been elected to captain the Yale men’s golf team next year, following an excellent season that saw him make the first-team All Ivy under the leadership of senior captain Thomas McCarthy. The announcement, which came at the team’s end of season banquet, was accompanied by the naming of the award winners for the season’s play: McCarthy took home the Widdy Neal award and Russell Holmes was voted the Most Improved Player Award.
The Yale men’s golf team will head to Pete Dye-designed River Course in Blacksburg, Va., for the May 19-21 NCAA Virginia Tech Regional. The Bulldogs won an automatic berth in the NCAA Tournament after claiming the Ivy League Championship on Apr. 23.
Four members of the Yale men’s golf team have been named to the All-Ivy team as a result of their performance at the Apr. 22-24 Ivy League Championship, which took place at the Galloway National Golf Course in Galloway, N.J.
After a mixed second day out on the links, the Yale men’s golf team sits in second place – just a single stroke behind tournament leader and Ancient Eight rival Penn – at the Ivy League Championships, which are taking place this year at the Galloway National Golf Course in Galloway, N.J.
When the Yale men’s golf team hits the links at the Galloway National Golf Course in Galloway, N.J., for the Apr. 22-24 Ivy League Championships, it will look to build on recent momentum and last year’s second-place finish.
Coming off a six-stroke win at the Apr. 10-11 Princeton Invitational, the Yale men’s golf team will look to repeat its success Apr. 16-17 at the Century Country Club in Purchase, N.Y., where it will host the Century Intercollegiate.
Looking to rebound after a tough Yale Spring Opener, the Yale men’s golf team will compete to defend its title at the Princeton Invitational, which takes place Apr. 9-10 at the Springdale Golf Club in Princeton, N.J..
Following a second-place finish at the George Washington Invitational, the Yale men’s golf team will look to capitalize on its momentum when it returns home for the Yale Spring Opener, which takes place Apr. 2 at The Course at Yale.
The Yale men's golf team provided two of the top five finishers at this weekend's 8-team George Washington Invitational, but fell by just five strokes to Ancient Eight rival Penn, while tying the host Colonials at +21 after 54 holes.
In a riveting start to the 2011 spring season, the Yale men's golf team took down #26 Notre Dame by just one shot at Great Waters Course in Greensboro, Ga.. The Bulldogs combined for back-to-back days of 303 to get their first win of a spring that continues Thursday and Friday at the George Washington Invitational.
While it may not have been the best weekend for the Yale men's golf team as a whole, captain Tom McCarthy's Sunday 69 gave him sole possession of sixth place in a field of players from 16 of the most prestigious schools on the East Coast. McCarthy's Bulldogs tied for eleventh - a finish they can certainly better come spring golf, as six of the teams finishing ahead of them were members of the Ancient Eight - teams the Elis have already bested at various points this fall.
The mens golf team wraps up its action-packed fall schedule this weekend with a trip to the first ever Classic at Shell Harbor, hosted by the University of Rhode Island. The 16-team field, consisting of every Ivy League team, Army, Navy, and several other top schools from the Northeast, will play 18-hole rounds on Saturday and Sunday at the par-71 Shelter Harbor Golf Club in Charlestown, R.I. The tournament will mark the fifth straight week of competition for the Bulldogs, who are coming off a tie for fifth at the Big Five tournament in Philadelphia last weekend.
he Yale men's golf team may be tied for eighth at the Classic at Shell Harbor after Saturday's rounds, but they are far from out of the hunt for the championships. The Bulldogs sit just nine strokes out of first, a spot held by their Ancient Eight rival Columbia Lions. Harvard sits in second, a stroke off the lead.