Men and women’s golf: new talent on the block



Making the cut: Changes in NCAC legislation this year allowed the men and women’s golf teams to return to campus a week early to work on their game and start forming a strong team dynamic. The three returning sophomores on the women’s team welcomed four freshmen while the men are starting with 21 before cuts are made, six of whom are first-years.

Not much room to improve: The women finished their last tournament of the spring season in eighth place at the NCAA Division III Championships. The men wrapped up their season with a third place finish at the NCAC Championships, while individually, junior Eric Tandy placed fourth.

Fresh faces: With the team's mixture of young and returning talent, Head Coach Vince Lazar looks forward to seeing the results this coming Fall.


Sophomore Alexandria Ramirez and junior Eric Tandy.


“Both teams are young, but young doesn’t mean they’re not talented. I expect we will perform well. I’m looking forward to see how much players will develop and improve over the course of our fall season.” -- Head Coach Vince Lazar