Tuesday, April 26, 2011

SCAC Stats

Chris Morris Centre Col 2.75 -3
Tyler Lehmann Trinity 3.08 +1
Cameron Button S'western 3.25 +3
Bill Bazzel Rhodes Col 3.33 +4
Stephen Sexton Rhodes Col 3.33 +4
Erik Long-Goheen Trinity 3.33 +4

Chris Morris Centre Col 4.27 +9
Anthony Amodeo Oglethorpe 4.32 +7
Craig Stevenson Oglethorpe 4.45 +15
Eric Quinn Oglethorpe 4.48 +16
Patrick Cansfield Oglethorpe 4.58 +19
Bill Bazzel Rhodes Col 4.58 +19
James Charles S'western 4.61 +20
Drew Richardson Millsaps 4.67 +22
Grant Hinton Centre Col 4.70 +23
Chase King De Pauw 4.70 +23
Erik Long-Goheen Trinity 4.70 +23
Chris Patton Millsaps 4.73 +24
Ryan Berra De Pauw 4.73 +24
Cody Patrick S'western 4.73 +24
Tyler Lehmann Trinity 4.73 +24

Craig Stevenson Oglethorpe 4.78 -2
Anthony Amodeo Oglethorpe 4.83 -1
Chris Morris Centre Col 4.89 -1
Brian Wolpert Rhodes Col 5.00 E
Ronnie Harris De Pauw 5.00 E
Michael Cathey Hendrix 5.11 +1
Jordan Hall Oglethorpe 5.22 +2
Zach Sewill S'western 5.22 +2
Ryan Berra De Pauw 5.33 +3
James Charles S'western 5.33 +3
Drew Richardson Millsaps 5.44 +4
Lucas Crowley De Pauw 5.44 +4
Cameron Button S'western 5.44 +4
Tyler Lehmann Trinity 5.44 +4

Chris Morris Centre Col 12
Bill Bazzel Rhodes Col 9
Craig Stevenson Oglethorpe 9
Tyler Lehmann Trinity 6

Erik Long-Goheen Trinity 30
Cody Patrick S'western 28
Jordan Hall Oglethorpe 28
Drew Richardson Millsaps 27
Geoffrey Setiawan Trinity 26


We concluded our season with the SCAC Championship at the Ram Rock course in Horseshoe Bay, Tx. We took fifth and Tyler Lehmann was awarded 1st Team All Conference with his T4 finish.

5 Trinity University 333 349 330 1012
T4 Tyler Lehmann 79 84 79 242
13 Erik Long-Goheen 83 88 78 249
T23 Geoffrey Setiawan 85 85 88 258
T28 Eric Davis 86 92 85 263
36 Austin Jung 87 97 88 272

After the first round we were in second place behind Oglethorpe, the eventual champions. We dropped to 5th after our poor second round and remained there after final round. The conditions were tough with 20+mph wind each day. Full field results can be seen here.

TY receiving his flag for 1st Team All Conference. He comes alive in the wind.

Monday, April 18, 2011


There are some new photos on our website! You can view the gallery here. Thanks for the great shots E-Tern.
ELG about to unleash the fury.

TY and Austin on the 1st green.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

SCAC Top 20 Moments in Men's Golf

April 22-23, 1994
Played at Atlanta National Golf Club in Alpharetta, Ga., Trinity University wins the 1994 SCAC Men’s Golf Championship, breaking a 24-year-old conference record for largest margin of victory with a 40-stroke win over runner-up Sewanee-The University of the South. In the longest playoff to determine medalist honors in SCAC history, Trinity's Derek Birkeland defeated teammate Tom Ming on the fourth playoff hole to earn SCAC Golfer-of-the-Year.
May 12-15, 2003
For the first time in league history, the SCAC sends more than one team to the Division III Men's Golf Championship. SCAC champion Oglethorpe University is joined by Trinity University in the field of 23 teams at the 2003 NCAA Division III Men's Golf Championships in Delaware, Ohio. On the final day of competition, Oglethorpe shoots the second-lowest round of the day (287) to jump from 11th place after three rounds to finish in sixth while Trinity, playing in its first NCAA golf championship in 28 years, finishes in 18th after a final-round 318.

Read the whole list here:

Monday, April 11, 2011

Alumni Match

Thanks to the alumni that were able to come out and compete against the squad at Pecan Valley. It was great seeing some old faces and playing some golf. The alumni won the match 6.5 to 1.5 with some impressive play. We're looking forward to the event next year. Thanks so much for the continued support of our program.
Craig McConnell '07, Chase Clayton '10, Simon Thompson '05, Peter Senior '10, Matt Bley '04, Jonathan Alden '10 and Nash Kassam '10 (Not pictured Marcus Mlcak '04)

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Old Brack #2

We played Brackenridge Park for 9 holes of qualifying on Tuesday. Below are some shots from the second hole, a tree-lined 200 yard par 3. Below are pictures of ED, TY, ELG, Austin and TY again. I need someone at impact to complete the sequence!