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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.
Led by the 6th and 10th-place performances of freshmen Robert Deng and Daniel De La Garza, the Harvard men's golf team tied for fourth at the Temple Invitational in Huntingdon Valley, PA.
Led by the sixth-and 10th-place performances of freshmen Robert Deng and Daniel De La Garza, the Harvard men's golf team tied for fourth at the Temple Invitational in Huntingdon Valley, Pa.
Faced with much tougher competition than at last weekend’s Doc Gimmler tournament, the Harvard men’s golf team finished 15th out of 16 schools at the Windon Memorial Classic in Lake Forest, Il.
The Crimson finished the two-day tournament, which was hosted by St. John’s and held at Bethpage Red Course, at four-under par 836, which was 16 strokes behind the winner Yale’s 820.
New coach Kevin Rhoads focused on the mental game philosophy with the men’s golf team, taking them to a sixth-place finish in the Ancient Eight.
Two freshmen led the Harvard men’s golf team as the squad closed out its season at the Ivy League Championship this weekend at the Caves Valley Golf Club in Maryland.
After opening with a fifth-place start, the Harvard men’s golf team was unable to improve on its first round and finished sixth out of 14 teams with 885 total strokes at the Princeton Invitational at Springdale Golf Course this weekend.
Conditions were a key factor for the Crimson squad, which finished in 15th place out of a field of 18, one place behind the University of Denver and ahead of the University of Hawaii.
After 75 holes and four matches, Harvard and Brown remained deadlocked, and a late match rally had provided junior captain Theo Lederhausen a chance to advance his team into the tournament’s semifinals.
The Crimson couldn’t make up any ground on Sunday, beginning and ending the day in fifth place. Harvard shot a 572 (+12) in the tournament, finishing eight behind host Yale.
Although the Harvard men’s golf team found itself in contention after the first round of play at the Windon Memorial in Glencoe, Ill., the Crimson was unable to build any momentum against tough competition in its most recent tournament, finishing 14th out of 15 teams.
For the first time in Harvard history, the men’s and women’s golf teams will share a head coach, the golf program announced last Friday.