Wellesley College golf dropped six strokes from their opening day score of 334, shooting 328 to finish in sixth place at the 2017 Williams Fall Invitational at the Par-71, 6,640 yard Taconic Golf Club.
Wellesley College golf dropped nine strokes from their team score, shooting a combined 327, to finish the Mount Holyoke College Invitational in 7th place (336-327-663) on Saturday at the par 72, 6.575 yard Orchards Golf Club.
Wellesley College golf combined for a score of 336 and currently sits in 8th place in the team standings following day one of the Mount Holyoke College Invitational on Saturday at the par 72, 6,575 yard Orchards Golf Club.
Sophomore Ryan MacVicar (Tuscalossa, Ala.) finished in third place in the individual standings to lead Wellesley College golf to fourth place in the team standings on Sunday at the 10th Annual Ann S. Batchelder Invitational at Wellesley's Par 72, 5,860 yard Nehoiden Golf Course.
Wellesley College golf sophomores Kalau Tanaka-Pesamino (Ewa Beach, Hawai'i) and Ryan MacVicar (Tuscalossa, Ala.) shot matching rounds of 76 and are currently tied for second place after day one of the 10th annual Ann S. Batchelder Invitational at Wellesley’s Nehoiden Golf Course.
Wellesley College golf matched a program best with a third place finish at the 2017 Liberty League Golf Championship on Sunday at the Par-72, 5,804 Yard Spook Rock Golf Course. The Blue also placed two golfers in the top-ten, as first year Ryan MacVicar (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) tied for sixth and junior Maya Muldowney (Waunakee, Wis.) finished eighth, to become the first golfers in program history to earn Liberty League All-Conference honors.
Wellesley College golf first year Ryan MacVicar (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) is tied for third place after shooting an opening round 77 (+5) at the 2017 Liberty League Golf Championships, hosted by New York University (NYU) at the Par-72, 5,804 Yard Spook Rock Golf Course. MacVicar's opening round 77 also helped the Blue grab third in the team standings after day one with a total score of 332.
Wellesley College golf saw six of the team's seven players drop their scores from day one to finish in seventh place at the 2017 Jack Leaman Invitational, hosted by Amherst College at the Par 74, 5,272 yard Hickory Ridge Golf Club. The Blue entered the day in eighth after shooting 350 as a team on Saturday, but shot a collective score of 333 on Sunday to improve their team score by 17 strokes and finish with a total score of 683.
First year Ryan MacVicar (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) dropped five strokes from her opening-round score to shoot a team-leading 81 (+9) and lead Wellesley College golf to a ninth place (692) finish at the 2017 Vassar Invitational at the Par-72, 5,849 Yard Casperkill Golf Club. The Blue dropped 28 strokes as a team on day two, shooting a combined 337 after combining for a score of 355 on Saturday.
Wellesley College golf opened the spring season on Saturday at the annual Vassar College Invitational, held at the Par-72, 5,849 Yard Casperkill Golf Club in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. The Blue are in ninth place (355) following the first day of action.
The 2017 Wellesley Athletics spring schedules for crew, golf, lacrosse, softball, tennis and track & field are now available online at wellesleyblue.com. The composite athletics schedule can be view by clicking here. Please note that schedule dates and times are subject to change, check wellesleyblue.com for the latest information.
Wellesley College golf junior Maya Muldowney (Waunakee, Wis.) led the field with an 11-over round of 83 as the Blue swept the top-five spots in the standings at a one-day tri-team event host by Johnson & Wales University at the par-72 Alpine Country Club in Cranston, Rhode Island.
Wellesley College golf first year Ryan MacVicar (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) has been named the Liberty League Women's Golf Rookie of the Week for the week ending October 2, 2016. This is the second consecutive week she has earned the award.
First year Ryan MacVicar (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) fired a second round 77 to help lead Wellesley College golf to a ninth place finish on Sunday at the Williams College Fall Classic at the Par-71 Taconic Golf Club.
Wellesley College golf is in ninth place following a cool blustery day during the opening round of the Williams Fall Classic at the Par-71 Taconic Golf Club. The Blue shot an opening round score of 348.
Wellesley College golf fired a combined score of 330 on Sunday to close out the Mount Holyoke Invitational at the Orchards Golf Club in fifth place. The Blue finished with a total score of 659 thanks to their team score of 329 on the tournament’s first day.
Wellesley College golf is in fifth place in the team standings with a score of 329 following the opening round of the Mount Holyoke Invitational on Saturday at the Orchards Golf Club in South Hadley, Mass.
Amherst College finished with a two-day score of 616 to win the team title at the 2016 Ann S. Batchelder Invitational at Wellesley College's Par 72, 5860 yard Nehoiden Golf Course on Sunday afternoon. In addition, Amherst first year Morgan Yurosek (Irvine, Calif.) was the individual medalist with a two-day score of 149
Amherst College leads the field with a score of 307 (+19) after day one of the 2016 Ann S. Batchelder Invitational at Wellesley College Par 72, 5860 yard Nehoiden Golf Course. The host Blue are currently in fifth place with a combined score of 328 (+40).
Wellesley College golf opened the 2016-17 season on Saturday, putting together a record team score of 316 versus Husson University and Rhode Island College at Wellesley’s Par-72, 5860 yard Nehoiden Golf Course.
Wellesley College Athletics Fall 2016 schedules, including crew, cross country, field hockey, golf, soccer, tennis and volleyball, are now available on wellesleyblue.com! The 2016-17 season officially gets underway on Thursday, September 1, 2016 when Blue tennis welcomes Division II Stonehill University to campus at 5:00 PM. Blue soccer will play their first match under the guidance of new head coach Missy Price later in the day when they travel to Simmons at 7:00 PM.
A record-breaking spring culminated with Blue crew winning the first NCAA national championship in program history and the first team national championship in Wellesley school history. That victory helped Wellesley to match its program-best 63rd place finish in the 2015-16 Learfield Directors' Cup Standings. For more on the 2016 season, check out the team summaries below.