Although the most-prolific stretch of dominance in Centennial Conference (CC) history, which saw Franklin & Marshall’s men’s golf team claim five-consecutive Championships from 2014-18, came to a close in 2019, the Diplomats provided plenty of memorable team and individual finishes on their way to another successful campaign.
Franklin & Marshall's Jared Berlin and Seiichiro Nakai earned All-Region recognition from the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) on Thursday morning. Berlin was named to the Division III All-Freshman Team, representing the Mid-Atlantic Region while Nakai was named to the 2019 Division III PING Mid-Atlantic All-Region Team.
Jared Berlin and Justin Lankler placed in the top-10 to lead Franklin & Marshall to a fourth place finish at the 2019 Centennial Conference (CC) Men's Golf Championship held a Brookside Country Club. Gettysburg took the team title with a 937 (319-323-295), followed by McDaniel (943) and Swarthmore (945). The Diplomats put together rounds of 312, 322 and 310 for a 953.
Franklin & Marshall sits in fourth after the second round of the 2019 Centennial Conference (CC) Championship. The majority of yesterday's first round was halted because of lighting and those remaining holes were played earlier today before the start of round two. F&M had rounds of 321-322 for a 643, trailing Swarthmore (627), McDaniel (636) and Gettysburg (642).
The Franklin & Marshall men’s golf team heads back to the Centennial Conference (CC) Championships this weekend in search of its sixth consecutive title. Brookside Country Club will host the tournament once again, with play beginning on Friday and ending on Sunday.
Franklin & Marshall shaved off 23 strokes to make a strong push on the final day and finished second at the Rosemont Invitation hosted on Saturday and Sunday. F&M ended at 603 (313-290), while Gettysburg took the team title at 584. The Bullet’s Danny Harcourt won medalist honors with an eight-under 136.
Franklin & Marshall’s Steve Nicholas was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Athlete of the Week for men's golf announced by the league office on Tuesday. The honor is first for Nicholas this season and fourth for the team.
Steve Nicholas placed first to lead Franklin & Marshall to a fourth finish at the Hershey Cup hosted by Rochester at the Hershey Country Club. The Diplomats led the tournament through the first round at 294, but added 24 strokes in the final round with a 318 for a 612-tournament total. Wittenberg was first at 592, followed by Piedmont (610) and Carnegie Mellon (610).
Franklin & Marshall placed sixth with rounds of 317-325 (642) at the two-day McDaniel Invitational held at the Bridges Golf Club. McDaniel took the team title with a 619, followed by Gettysburg (627) and Lynchburg (627) in the tournament of 18 teams.
Three golfers tied for third to help Franklin & Marshall start their spring season with a victory at Swarthmore Spring Invitational on Sunday. The Diplomats (316) narrowly defeated Chestnut Hill (317) by a stroke. Swarthmore took third in the field of 10 teams. Complete results were not made available by Swarthmore until Tuesday afternoon.
Franklin & Marshall’s Drew O’Hern was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Athlete of the Week for men's golf announced by the league office on Tuesday. The honor is first for O’Hern this season and third for the team.
Drew O’Hern shaved six strokes off his first round 78 and shot a 72 in today’s round to win the Giono Biondi Memorial Tournament hosted by Marywood. O’Hern joined two other Diplomats that finished in the top-5 and led the Diplomats to their fourth tournament title this fall. F&M had rounds of 306 and 304 to end at 610, 32 strokes in front of Rosemont.
Franklin & Marshall first-year Jared Berlin was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Athlete of the Week for men’s golf announced by the league office on Tuesday. The honor is second for Berlin this season.
Nine members of the Franklin & Marshall men’s golf team placed in the top-15 at the F&M Invitational Monday at Bent Creek Country. The Diplomats also took the top two spots in the team standing with the ‘White’ Team winning the event at 284 followed by the ‘Blue’ Team at 291. Penn State Berks was third with a 292 in the 17-team field.
Jared Berlin shot a two-day total of 142 to lead Franklin & Marshall to a second place finish at the Revolutionary Collegiate Classic hosted by Ursinus at the Chesapeake Bay Golf Club on Saturday and Sunday. The Diplomats ended at 594 (304-290), just one shy of Millersville (593), while Goucher was third at 613.
Franklin & Marshall shaved seven strokes off its day one total of 298 to move up a spot and win the team title at Ted Keller Memorial Invitational. The Diplomats finished at 583 (298-285), while Averett was second at 601 (306-295), followed by Randolph-Macon with 603 (296-307). The two-day tournament was hosted by Randolph-Macon on the par-71, 6,679-yard Hanover Country Club course.
Franklin & Marshall's Jared Berlin was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Athlete of the Week for men's golf, announced by the league office on Tuesday. The honor is the first for the first-year and first for the team this season.
Three Diplomats placed in the top-10 to lead Franklin & Marshall to a second-place finish at the Montgomery Cup hosted by Rosemont College at the Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort. F&M had a two-round total of 573 (285-288), just a stroke shy of York (282-290-572), while Allegheny won the team title with a 565 (287-278).
First-year Jared Berlin finished first in the individual standing and led Franklin & Marshall to the team title at Penn State Harrisburg Invitational held on Sunday and Monday. The two-day tournament was played on the par-71, 6,420 Country Club of Harrisburg Course and featured ten teams. The Diplomats ended with a 604 (304-300) for the team title followed by Lebanon Valley (607) and Penn State-Berks (626).
Franklin & Marshall continued its unprecedented dominance after securing its fifth straight Centennial Conference Men's Golf Title and ninth title in the previous 11 years. The championship was the 15th overall Conference Championship in program history as the Diplomats earned their 13th NCAA appearance, finishing in 28th place out of 42 teams.
Franklin & Marshall's Ben Mitchell and Justin Lankler garnered a spot on the 2018 Division III Ping Mid-Atlantic All-Region Team, announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA). Mitchell was named to the team for the second year in a row while Lankler earned the honor for the first time.
Franklin & Marshall ended with a two-round total of 621 (308-313) and finished 28th at the 2018 NCAA Men's Golf Tournament held at the Grandover Resort. The Diplomats missed the 18-team cut as their season comes to a close. Guilford leads the tournament of 42 teams with a 578.
Storms forced the suspension of Monday’s opening round of the NCAA Division III Men’s Golf Championships Tuesday. Roughly half of the 217 contestants completed the first 18 holes before thunder and lightning suspended play at 4:30 p.m. at the Grandover Resort and Conference Center. Franklin & Marshall's five were on holes 9-11 when the action was halted.
Franklin & Marshall is tied for 24th after the first round of the 2018 NCAA Men's Golf Tournament, held at the Grandover Resort on the par-72, 3,690-yard East Course. Rain halted yesterday's action and the Diplomats finished off round one earlier this morning. F&M will resume round two today at 11:00 a.m. on the West Course. After today's round, the field will be cut down to the top-18 teams.
Franklin & Marshall is set for its fifth-straight NCAA Division III Men’s Golf Championship this week when the 2018 Tournament opens tomorrow. The four-round, 72-hole event is held at Grandover Resort in Greensboro, N.C. from May 15-18.
Ben Mitchell placed first to lead Franklin & Marshall to its fifth consecutive Centennial Conference (CC) Men’s Golf Championship on Sunday afternoon. The championship crown is the 10th CC Title for F&M – 15th overall – and marks the ninth time in the last 11 years the Diplomats have won the championship.
Franklin & Marshall and Ben Mitchell remain at the top of the leaderboard after the second round of the 2018 Centennial Conference (CC) Men’s Golf Championship. The Diplomats finished the day at 295 and head into the final round with a 581, 13 strokes ahead of McDaniel (594).
Three Diplomats placed in the top-5 to lead Franklin & Marshall to first place in the first round of the 2018 Centennial Conference (CC) Men’s Golf Championship. The Diplomats finished at 286, 13 strokes ahead of McDaniel and Dickinson (299).