Nearly midway through the fall leg of its 2019-20 season, the Saint Michael's College men's golf team has competed against some of the toughest competition in the region during two tournaments thus far.
The Saint Michael's College Department of Athletics and Department of Institutional Advancement are proud to unveil the third annual Purple Knight Challenge, a friendly fundraising competition pitting each of the 21 varsity Purple Knight athletic teams against each other between Oct. 1 and 7.
The Saint Michael's College men's golf team took 10th among varsity programs in a field heavy with regional powers when Southern New Hampshire University's three-round Penmen Fall Invitational came to an end on Tuesday at Canterbury Woods Country Club.
The Saint Michael's College men's golf team improved four placements between rounds on Monday at the Penmen Fall Invitational, while senior Matt Johnson (Sudbury, Mass./Lincoln-Sudbury Regional) is tied for 14th following a 36-hole opening day at Canterbury Woods Country Club.
Saint Michael's College men's golf senior Matt Johnson (Sudbury, Mass./Lincoln-Sudbury Regional) was named the Northeast-10 Conference Golfer of the Week for the cycle ending on Monday, Sept. 9.
Senior Matt Johnson (Sudbury, Mass./Lincoln-Sudbury Regional) finished off a career-high second-place performance when the season-opening, two-day Franklin Pierce University Fall Invitational concluded on Monday at the Keene Country Club.
As one of only two teams with multiple competitors in the top 10, the Saint Michael's College men's golf team opened the season by tying for seventh among 14 schools on the opening day of the two-day Franklin Pierce University Fall Invitational on Sunday at the Keene Country Club.
With eyes on qualifying for the NCAA Championship as a team for the first time after missing out by only a few positions last spring, Saint Michael's starts its six-meet fall season on Sept. 8-9 at the Franklin Pierce University Fall Invitational.
The Saint Michael's College men's golf team had two members of the 2018-19 squad qualify for their respective home-state amateur championships this summer, as May graduate Tucker Buteau (Gorham, Maine/Tilton School) took part earlier this week in Maine while rising sophomore Owen O'Malley (Marshfield, Mass./Marshfield) preps for next week's Massachusetts event.
Growing up between pristine Lake George and the polluted Hudson River in Queensbury, N.Y., men's golf alumnus Colin Gaunt ’19 found himself thinking and caring a lot about the benefits of clean water. Now his Saint Michael’s College student experiences have put him in a position to do something about it on a potentially global scale.
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