This year, in the wake of Sharaf’s graduaion and the addition of four new players, the team seemed to never find its identity. Despite a strong spring season capped with a victory over Williams’ Matthew Slovitt in the Little Three Championship, Litt disappeared into the fray and was unheard
Fortunately, Drew Russ ’07 was able to rise to the occasion, leading the Jeffs in scoring with a 77, placing 12th. Bruns shot a 78, good for 15th. Senior co-captain David Litt participated in his first tournament of the year after being a solid contributor throughout his collegiate career. Unfortunately,
Last year, Sean Jules ’07 put up a tremendous performance, placing second individually with a two-day score of 155 and lead the Jeffs to fourth place. This year Jules outdid himself, improving his tally to score 76-75-151, good for fifth place and his third-straight First Team All-NESCAC honor. The NESCAC
Fortunately, this tournament brought in two fresh faces-first-years Glenn Wong and William Collins-who qualified for the tournament ahead of several of the usual suspects. The two rookies joined tournament regulars Sean Jules ’07, Andrew Bruns ’07 and senior co-captain Keith Zalaski. Zalaski’s fellow captain, David Litt ’06, was notably
Last season Amherst had its sights set on rival Williams College, a team that qualified for the NCAA National Championships for the ninth time in 10 years. With the rivalry set in hearts and minds, the Jeffs intended to wage battle at the annual season-ending Little Three Championship, held at
Sharaf paced Amherst in six out of 10 tournaments and earned Golf Coaches Association of America All-Northeast Region and Second-Team All-NESCAC honors for the second season in a row. The team finished in the top 10 eight times over the course of its 11-tournament season, with key performances coming from
This year’s Lord Jeffs had hearts and minds set on beating the Ephs and upsetting this season’s unsettling trend. Previously, the Jeffs had seemed all too content in staying at number 14 in the nation, losing to all teams ranked above them and thrashing all teams ranked below.