Two members of the Yale men’s golf team, rising senior Sam Bernstein (New York, N.Y.) and Bradley Kushner ’13 (Mendham, N.J.), have been named to the 2013 Northeast All-Region Team by the Golf Coaches Association of America. The GCAA made the announcement Tuesday.
Rising senior Sam Bernstein, the reigning Ivy League Player of the Year, concluded competition at the NCAA’s Baton Rouge Regional at The University Club Saturday. Bernstein shot a 76 in the third and final round to finish at 236 (+20), tied for 59th among the 75 players at the regional. Alabama’s Scott Strohmeyer, who shot a 69 on Saturday, finished first with a three-round total of 212 (-4). No. 2 Alabama, one of 13 teams competing at the regional, finished with the best team score (868).
Rising senior Sam Bernstein, the reigning Ivy League Player of the Year, shot an 86 in the second round on Friday as play continued at the NCAA’s Baton Rouge Regional at The University Club. That leaves him at 160 (+14) after two rounds, tying him for 62nd among the 75 players at the regional. Florida’s Tyler Vogel leads with a 141.
Rising senior Sam Bernstein, the reigning Ivy League Player of the Year, shot a 74 in the first round on Thursday as play got underway at the NCAA’s Baton Rouge Regional at The University Club. That ties him for 13th among the 75 players at the regional. Three players are tied for first at two under par (70).
After a season that saw him earn the Ivy League Player of the Year award, junior Sam Bernstein will represent the Yale men’s golf team as an individual in the May 16-18 NCAA Regionals at The University Club in Baton Rouge, La.
Saturday saw the Yale men’s golf team surge up to the top of the leaderboard here at the Apr. 26-28 Ivy League Championship. The Bulldogs lead by two strokes with one final round of play remaining on Sunday.
Yale junior Sam Bernstein developed his love for golf around age five, when his grandfather took him to a local course to hit balls. After his father and younger brother also developed an interest in the sport, Bernstein realized that his love for the game provided a healthy way for his family to bond, and more importantly, to “give back” to the larger community.
A powerful second round by the Yale men’s golf team catapulted the Elis into second place after the first day of the Apr. 13-14 Princeton Invitational, just three strokes behind tournament leader Princeton.
Returning home to New Haven, Conn., after a successful spring tour to Alabama and Florida, the Yale men's golf team will look to make its mark as it hosts the Apr. 6 Yale Spring Opener at the Yale Golf Course.
A second-round score of 289 -- the best round of the day by any team -- helped the Yale men's golf team move into second place at the Spring Opener Saturday at The Course at Yale, just nine strokes behind first-place Villanova. The Bulldogs had the best finish of any Ivy League team, as their final score of 592 was six strokes better than Princeton, eight strokes better than Penn, 11 strokes better than Columbia, 21 strokes better than Brown, 26 strokes better than Dartmouth and 52 strokes better than Cornell.