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Despite rain-shortened play, the Harvard men’s golf team finished second out of 11 teams at the Macdonald Cup in New Haven, Conn.
Two weeks after a sixth-place finish at the Doc Gimmler tournament, Harvard men’s golf team finished first out of 11 teams at the Quechee Club Invitational.
The Crimson was unable to repeat last year’s strong finish, placing sixth at the Doc Gimmler tournament.
The Harvard men's golf team placed eighth out of 11 teams in its fall season opener at the University of Michigan.
In last year’s season, the Harvard men’s golf team turned heads after winning two tournaments during the spring season and clinching third place in the Ivy League tournament.
After posting just one top-five finish last season, the Harvard men's golf team surprised the conference with seven such finishes in its 2013-2014 campaign.
Captain Theo Lederhausen and freshman Anne Cheng both took home the individual titles at the 2014 Ivy League Championships.
Playing on the Upper and Lower Courses of the Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, N.J., this weekend, Cheng, a freshman on the Harvard women’s golf team, and Lederhausen, a senior on the men’s team, did what no pair of Crimson golfers has done before—win both the men’s and women’s individual titles at the Ivy League Championship.
Competing in its final tournament of the season, the Harvard men’s golf team capped its 2013-2014 campaign with a third-place finish at the Ivy League Championships this weekend. The Crimson shot an 895 over three rounds, finishing 55 strokes over par.
After building a 15-stroke lead in the first round of the Yale Invitational, Harvard cruised to its second consecutive victory, shooting a 573 on the day and besting the second-place Bulldogs by 13 strokes.
The Harvard men's golf team captured its first invite win of the season, topping a field of 15 teams.
The Harvard men’s golf team kicked off the spring season Saturday, finishing third at the Met Invitational in New York.
Rhoads’ success as a coach is guided by a distinct philosophy that aims to alleviate the mental rigor of competitive golf. In seeking the best outcomes for his players, Coach Rhoads consistently stresses the process over the outcome.
With the back nine to play on championship Sunday at the Ivy League Match Play, the Harvard men’s golf team was keeping pace with Yale, with almost every individual matchup too close to call.