The 2021-22 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Championship Schedule gets underway this weekend with the 2021 Men's Golf Championship at Watertown Country Club in Watertown, Conn. The tournament gets started on Sunday with the practice round and championship banquet, followed by a new 54-hole format on Monday and Tuesday.
Tyler Cleaves finished one stroke off the top of the leaderboard, leading the Wilmington University golf team to a second-place finish at The Griffin Invitational hosted by St. Leo University at the Country Club of Petersburg.
The Wilmington University golf team opened its 2021-22 season with a sixth place finish at the Vulcan Invitational hosted by California (Pa.), shooting rounds of 288-283-308 for an 879 (+23) at Cedarbrook Golf Course.
Sunday was the opening day of the 2021-22 Wilmington University golf season and the Wildcats have already shown improvement on the year, shooting a 288 (+4) in the first round and a 283 (-1) in the second round to sit in sixth place at the Vulcan Invitational hosted by California (Pa.) at the Cedarbrook Golf Course.
The 2021-22 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Men's Golf season gets underway this weekend with several teams in tournament play. Eight schools will be competing in the sport this season, as all teams will have to gear up quickly with the 2021 CACC Men's Golf Championship being held Oct. 3-5, at Watertown Country Club in Connecticut.
Fifteen (15) student-athletes on Monday were named to the 2020-21 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Men's Golf All-Academic Team, as announced by Commissioner Dan Mara. The 15 honorees represent eight of the nine CACC member institutions that have a varsity program in the sport.
The CACC continued its original series, CACC Retrospective, on Thursday night, and featured the 2012 Wilmington University golf team that won its second straight CACC Championship and then went on to win the University's first ever Regional Championship, claiming the 2012 NCAA DII Atlantic/East Super Regional Tournament at the Hershey Country Club.
The Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) unveiled its 2019-20 CACC Team Academic Award winners on Wednesday, as six schools combined to take home the 17 honors for the 2019-20 academic year. The announcement was made by CACC Commissioner Dan Mara, as the school with the highest team grade point average in each of the league's 16 championship sports, was crowned the Team Academic Award winner for that specific sport.
For the first time in his career, Wilmington University golf coach Mark Hall has been named the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Coach of the Year, highlighting the major awards as two Wildcats were named All-CACC in the postseason report, as announced by the conference office on Monday.