Campbell Named Liberty League's Golf Player of the Year
Skidmore College Men's Golf Senior Mitchell Campbell was named as the Liberty League's Golf Player of the Year, highlighting three Skidmore student-athletes that were named to the All-League Team, the conference announced.
Campbell is the fifth Skidmore player to and the first since John McCarthy in 2012 to win Player of the Year honors.
He earns his first All-League first team selection and third overall after completing a breakout season. Campbell averaged 75.2 strokes per round, earning five top-10 finishes during the season.
That includes a pair of first place finishes at the Manhattanville Invitational, and in the Liberty League Championship, falling short of the individual title on a playoff hole after a three-way tie.
Monday, May 15, 2017
Leseur to Compete in Future Masters Golf Tournament
Kenny Leseur has been selected to play in the 68th Annual Press Thornton Future Masters Golf Tournament.
Leseur will competed in the Boy’s 13-14 Age Group Division at the Dothan Country Club in Dothan, Alabama
Leseur will be in action from Sunday June 18th - June 20th.
Thursday, May 11, 2017
Smith & Thomas University Finish 5th in Championships
Senior Zayla Smith and her Thomas University Women’s Golf teammates finished The Sun Conference Women's Golf Championship at +112, good for 5th place in the three day event. The tournament was held at Grasslands Golf and Country Club in Lakeland, FL and was won by Keiser University +44.
Senior Heidi Hinz finished as the low scorer for Thomas University, firing an 81 to tie for 14th at +20 for the the 3-day tournament. Senior Caroline Parrish shot 83 to finish 22nd at +28, and senior Kristen Sculley tallied an 85, good for 23rd at +29. Genevieve Courtney totaled 83 on the last day, good for 27th overall at +36, and senior Smith finished with an 85, for a +44 total and a 29th place finish.
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Smith & Thomas University 5th in Championships
Zayla Smith and her Thomas University Women’s Golf teammates hold on to the 5th spot after the 2nd round in the 2017 Sun Conference Women's Golf Championship in Lakeland, Fl.
Thomas University followed up a first round 321 with a 323 (+69).
Keiser University (+32) leads by four shots over SCAD, six over Southeastern, and 7 over USCB.
Heidi Hinz (78/77) leads Thomas University at +11, and is tied for 11th spot in the individual standings. Kristen Sculley (79/81) is tied for 20th, while Caroline Parrish ((82/79) is in 22nd. Genevieve Courtney (82/87) is 25th at +25, and Smith (89/86) is 28th at +31.
Sunday, May 07, 2017
Johnnie Walker Classic Day Two 2017
Dwayne Pearman Teeing Off on Number 1
There was an exciting finish to the Johnnie Walker Classic with a playoff for first place in the Senior Amateur division between Kavon Trott and Allan Bradshaw. Trott won on the 1st playoff hole on hole #18, after both shot a Second Round 4-over par 74’s.
Damian Palanyandi once again showed his form and won the Open Amateur Division by 4 shots over Leroy Robinson, Palanyandi shot a Second Round 3-under par 67, while Robinson shot a second round 1-over par 71.
In the Professional Division, Dwayne Pearman won by a convincing margin of 6 strokes over Daniel Augustus, Pearman stroked a Second Round 4-under par 66, with Augustus shooting 1-under 69.
-05 Dwayne Pearman +01 Daniel Augustus +13 Twilton Smith +16 Brian Morris +20 Darriek Douglas +35 David James WD Scott Roy
Amateur Open Leaderboard
+02 Damian Palanyandi +06 Leroy Robinson +09 Colin Swan +10 Damon Mussenden +19 Larry Brangman +23 Stefano Barioni +26 Phil Talbot +27 Eugene Smith +29 Garry Burgess +34 Rahji Edness +39 Samuel Robinson +41 Greg Steede WD Michael Lindo
+05 Kavon Trott +05 Allan Bradshaw +10 Franklyn Morgan +15 Millard Beach +28 Cleeve Trott +29 Kim Pitt +36 Michael Tucker +38 Wayne Greaves +38 Paul Trott +41 David Patterson +41 Robert Coddington +42 Kenneth Ford +43 Albert Tucker +47 Mahlon Smith +59 Alton Trott WD Rupert Hollis WD Donovan Livingston WD Andre Dill WD Tommy Squire WD Earlington Simons