For the second straight year, Yale men’s golf head coach Colin Sheehan ’97 has been named the Division I Northeast Region Coach of the Year by the Golf Coaches Association of America. The GCAA made the announcement of the award, presented by Golf Pride Grips, in London on Friday.
Over the past weekend the Yale men’s golf team bid farewell to its three graduating seniors: captain Sam Bernstein, Sean Gaudette and Michael Lewis-Goldman. All three have left an indelible mark on the team, representing the Bulldogs at the highest levels both on and off the course.
Four members of the Yale men’s golf team have been named to the 2014 Northeast Division I PING All-Region Team by the Golf Coaches Association of America. The GCAA made the announcement Thursday in Norman, Okla.
Sam Bernstein, the two-time Ivy League Men’s Golf Player of the Year, has been named the winner of the 2014 William Neely Mallory Award, the most prestigious athletic award given to a senior male at Yale. The award was presented at today’s Class Day exercises.
Although the Yale men’s golf team missed out on an automatic bid to the NCAA Regional, the Bulldogs' strong season record may earn them an at-large bid to the tournament. Qualifiers will be announced live on May 5 from 10-11 a.m. during Morning Drive, Golf Channel’s daily morning news and lifestyle show, and available online shortly thereafter.
Two seniors—captain Sam Bernstein and Sean Gaudette—on the Yale men’s golf team received awards that recognize their achievements and their contribution to the team. The awards were presented Monday night at the team’s annual banquet, which was held in the Captain’s Room at Mory’s.
Senior captain Sam Bernstein capped off a stellar collegiate golf career on Sunday as he shared Ivy League Player of the Year honors with Columbia’s Brandon Jowers. Bernstein was also one of three members of the Yale men’s golf team to earn All-Ivy honors for his performance at the Apr. 25-27 Ivy League Championship: senior Sean Gaudette won first team All-Ivy honors while Bernstein and sophomore Joe Willis claimed second team All-Ivy honors.
Three members of the Yale men’s golf team finished in the top 10 but that wasn’t enough to secure the Bulldogs victory at the Apr. 25-27 Ivy League Championship. Yale finished in second place behind Columbia—who posted tournament-low second round to clinch the championship—at the tournament, which wrapped up Sunday at the Lower Course of Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, N.J.
The Yale men’s golf team is well positioned in second place with one round remaining at the Apr. 25-27 Ivy League Championship. Yale trails first-place Columbia by 11 strokes and will seek to make a final-round charge on Sunday at the Lower Course of Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, N.J.
When the Yale men’s golf team tees off on Friday at the Apr. 25-27 Ivy League Championship, it will look to capture a title that it last won in 2011. The Bulldogs will compete for the championship over three days at the Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, N.J.
A strong final round at the Apr. 19 Yale Spring Invitational lifted the Yale men’s golf team into second place. The result marks the Bulldogs' third second-place finish in a row and their second straight finish behind Harvard.
Returning home after two second-place finishes in a row, the Yale men’s golf team will be hungry for victory when it hosts the Apr. 19 Yale Spring Invitational at the Yale Golf Course in New Haven, Conn.
At the end of the first day of play at the Apr. 12-13 Princeton Invitational, the Yale men’s golf team sits in second place. Playing 36 holes of the Springdale Golf Club in Princeton, N.J., the Bulldogs fired rounds of 278 and 284 to finish the day at 562, behind tournament leaders Harvard, who closed with 548.
It was a good day for Bulldogs at the Apr. 5 Met Intercollegiate. Playing in their first northeast competition of the spring, the Yale men’s golf team finished in second place at the 36-hole tournament, behind a dominant performance by No. 5 Georgia.
Fresh from their spring break trip down to Georgia and South Carolina, the Yale men’s golf team will be back in action this weekend when it hosts the Apr. 5 Met Intercollegiate at the Century Country Club and Old Oaks Country Club in Purchase, N.Y.
The Yale men’s golf team wrapped up competition on Sunday at the Mar. 22-23 Linger Longer Invitational with a 10th-place finish, even as another team of Bulldogs—No. 5 Georgia—clinched victory at the tournament by 10 strokes.
Two rounds into the Mar. 22-23 Linger Longer Invitational, the Yale men’s golf team finds itself in 10th place with a round of competition remaining. The tournament, co-hosted by Kennesaw State and Mercer at the Great Waters Course at Reynolds Plantation in Greensboro, Ga., includes some of the top collegiate golf teams in the nation including three-time defending champion No. 1 Alabama, No. 5 Georgia and No. 14 Oklahoma.
Senior captain Sam Bernstein won the F.A. Borsodi Student Championship for the third time in four years on Sunday. The Yale men's golf team’s inter-squad scrimmage competition was played over two rounds on Oct. 12-13, with the first taking placing at the Yale Golf Course in New Haven, Conn., and the second at the Winged Foot West in Mamaroneck, N.Y.
Sam Bernstein has had a major impact both on the green and in the community during his successful Yale career. This past weekend, he led the Yale men’s golf team to a second place finish at the Macdonald Cup in New Haven, finishing substantially ahead of Ivy League rivals Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth and Penn. Bernstein, also the founder of the Harlem Children’s Zone Golf Program, is the latest Total Mortgage Athlete Spotlight of the Week.