2013 NCAC Golf Championship Series

Event #1

Granville Golf Course
Granville, Ohio

Hosted by Denison University
Saturday - Sunday
April 27-28


Men's: Final Results

Women's: Final Results

 

Event #2

Oakhaven Golf Club
Delaware, Ohio
Hosted by Ohio Wesleyan University
Saturday - Sunday
May 4-5

Men's: Final Results

Women's: Final Results

Final Combined Women's Results -- Final Combined Men's Results

The 2013 NCAC Golf Championship Series concluded on Sunday afternoon at Oakhaven Golf Club in Delaware, Ohio, with the Wittenberg men winning their fourth-straight league crown with a 72-hole score of 1,202 (295-291-313-303), while the DePauw women captured their second-consecutive NCAC championship after concluding the event with a score of 1,271 (317-315-321-318).

On the men's side, Wittenberg sophomore Alex Andrews (Kirtland, OH/Gilmour Academy) collected the Bob Nye Award as the champion medalist of the four-round event after carding a 286 (72-66-76-72) and also earned the Dick Gordin Award as the NCAC MVP by vote of the league coaches. In addition, Wittenberg head coach Jeff Roope took home men's Coach of the Year honors for the fourth year in a row.

For the women, DePauw junior Paige Gooch (Ft. Mitchell, KY/Beechwood) was the champion medalist of the 72-hole event with a score of 305 (75-74-77-79)and also earned the NCAC women's MVP award by vote of the league coaches. In addition, DePauw head coach Vince Lazar was named the NCAC Women's Golf CCoach of the Year for the second year in a row.

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In the women’s standings, Wittenberg is second with 649 strokes, followed by Allegheny (670), Denison (688), Ohio Wesleyan (710), Wooster (808) and Hiram (831). Ohio Wesleyan checks in at second in the men’s standings with 599 strokes, followed by Kenyon (613), Allegheny (616), Wooster (623), DePauw (627), Denison (628), Wabash (634), Hiram (713) and Oberlin (871).

The second and final event of the championship series will be held at Oakhaven Golf Club in Delaware, Ohio, this weekend (May 4-5), with Ohio Wesleyan serving as the host institution. The men and women will play 36 holes over two days, with 18 holes being played on both Saturday and Sunday.

NCAC men’s and women’s champions will be determined by the combined results of both events, with each winner earning the league’s automatic bid into their respective NCAA Division III Golf Championships. In addition, both genders recognize the individual medalist from the combined events as well as the season MVP, which is voted on by the league coaches. The men’s individual champion medalist is presented the Bob Nye Award and the conference MVP earns the Dick Gordin Award.

Wittenberg sophomore Alex Andrews (Kirtland, OH/Gilmour Acad.) leads the men’s individual standings after event one with a career-best 36-hole score of 138, which included tying the school record with a 66 on Sunday. Kenyon freshman Jack Tomashot (Williston, VT/Champlain Valley Union) is second with a 146 (74-72) and Ohio Wesleyan sophomore Jon McMahan (Powell, OH/Olentangy Liberty) is third with a 148 (74-74), while Ohio Wesleyan junior Tyler Carney-DeBord (Delaware, OH/Hayes), Ohio Wesleyan sophomore Kaneat Nimcharoenwan (Bangok, Thailand/Buckey Valley) and Wittenberg freshman Sam Geise (Springboro, OH/Springboro) are tied for fourth after each carded a 36-hole score of 149.

In the women’s individual standings, DePauw junior Paige Gooch (Ft. Mitchell, KY/Beechwood) stands alone in the top position after carding a two-day total of 149 (75-74), while Wittenberg freshman Maggie Smith (Cincinnati, OH/Sycamore) is second after breaking the school record with a 36-hole score of 150 (75-75). Allegheny senior Liz Blyth (Pittsford, NY/Pittsford-Mendon) and Denison freshman Brynn FitzGerald (Pepper Pike, OH/Orange) are tied for third with identical two-day totals of 158, while DePauw junior Kelsey Smith (Indianapolis, IN/Hamilton Southeastern) rounds out the top-5 in fifth-place with a 160 (82-78).