Men's Golf Fails to Qualify for NESCACs
Issue   |   Tue, 09/30/2014 - 20:51

The men’s golf team finished seventh this past weekend in the NESCAC Qualifier held at Hamilton. Middlebury won the weekend with a total score of 599, followed by Hamilton, Trinity and Williams. These four teams advanced to play for the NESCAC championship this weekend.

Josh Moser ’15 had Amherst’s lowest score of the contest, with a two-day total of 157. First-year Dan Langa also had a solid performance, as he shot 80 on both days. Jarvis Sill ’15 finished six strokes behind him, while Sam Procter ’18 and Liam Fine ’17 took the final two scoring spots.

“Our performance this weekend was consistent with the rest of the fall,” reflected head coach Jack Arena on the weekend. “Josh Moser and Dan Langa performed fairly well, but we weren’t able to score well further down the lineup.”

The Jeffs will complete their season at the ECAC Championships to be held Oct. 10-11. Arena hopes to use the weekend “to build [the team’s] depth and gain more competitive experience.”