WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. - The Wesleyan University golf team traveled to Williams' Taconic Golf Course for its second tournament of the spring this weekend as it competed at the Williams Spring Invitational. The Cardinals finished in ninth place out of nine teams with a final score of 681.
Trinity emerged victorious at the end of the final day, with an overall score of 572. The Bantams were just one point ahead of Williams, who finished with a score of 573, and 13 ahead of third-place finisher Middlebury College, who finished with a score of 585.
Trinity also had one of the individuals that tied for first place in Taylor Kay-Green who shot a 139 overall over the two days, the other being Sam Goldenring of Williams. Will Rosenfield (also of Trinity) finished in third by shooting a 142, while there was a three-way tie for fourth place between Ben Beiers, Beau David (both Williams), and Reid Buzby of Middlebury who all shot 144.
- Freshman Noah Cate finished the invitational in 37th place with an overall score of 158, finishing first among his teammates.
- Team captain Elliot Witdorchic finished in 45th with a two-day score of 170, while fellow junior Walker Harris finished close behind him at 48th with a score of 176.
- Bryan Chong '21 and Chris White '19 both tied for 50th place with an overall score of 187 over the two days.
- The next challenge for the Cardinals will come when they compete at the Little Three Championship, hosted by Amherst at the Amherst Golf Club, on Wednesday, April 24th.
-- Recap by Dom Vazquez '19 --