October 22-23, 2001  

Contact: Adam Levin
Phone: (207) 786-6411

 

New England Intercollegiate Golf Association Championships
at Captains Golf Course, Brewster, Mass.

DIII Team Results (24 DII teams, 46 overall)
1)  Husson College (8th overall)
2)  Amherst College (12th overall)
3)  Williams College (13th overall)
4)  Western New England (15th overall)
5)  Salem State College (16th overall)
6)  UMass-Dartmouth (18th overall)
7)  Middlebury College (T19th overall)
8)  Babson College (22nd overall)
9)  Trinity College (23rd overall)
10) Nichols College (T25th overall)
11) Tufts University (27th overall)
12) Worcester Polytech (29th overall)
13) Worcester State College (32nd overall)
14) Bates College (33rd overall)
15) Wentworth Tech (34th overall)
16) Roger Williams University (T35th overall)
18) University of Southern Maine (T39th overall)
    Brandeis University (T39th overall)
    Wesleyan University (T39th overall)
    Suffolk University (T39th overall)
23) Salve Regina University (T44th overall)
24) Springfield College (46th overall)


BATES PERFORMERS
Andy Kadin (T48th overall; T10th Division III)      79-79158 (+14)
Doug Aho (T152nd overall; T63rd Division III)       90-83173 (+29)
Dom Lee (T160th overall; T68th Division III)        86-88174 (+30)
Kevin Wells (T176th overall; T80th  Division III)   91-85176 (+32)
Mike Hartney (Alternate)                           108-91199 (+55)

Team (33rd overall; 14th Division III)             346-335681 (+105)

BREWSTER, Mass. — The Bates College golf team rounded out its 2001 fall season with a 14th-place showing among Division III teams, up three spots from 2000 and their best team performance since 1998, when they were 10th among Div. III schools. The Bobcats were 33rd overall, also the best since 1998, when they finished 30th. Bates also did a fine job of improving on the second day of the tournament, shaving 11 strokes off their game and passing six teams in the standings, including a couple of Division II squads.

Sophomore Andy Kadin (Short Hills, N.J.) led the way for the Bobcats with one of Bates' best-ever performances at the NEIGA championships. He placed 10th among Division III golfers and 48th overall, shooting 79 both days for a two-day total of 158. Junior captain Doug Aho (Congers, N.Y.) was second for Bates, shaving seven strokes off his performance in the second day to finish with a 173, 63rd among Division III competitors. Sophomore Dom Lee (Silver Springs, Md.) was one stroke behind Aho, shooting a 174 and coming in 68th.

 

Complete results available via Golfstat.com

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