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I try not to brag very often but I am very excited that my college team just won for the first time in 5 years and I won my first college tournament as a freshman!

We played 5 and counted 4. Our two day total was 297-298=595. The course was a par 70 and I shot 74-72. I was named co-champion along with one of my teammates.

 

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Congrats!

I've been coaching the Division III Penn-State Behrend golf teams this year and we just played (and won) our fifth straight conference championship. When do you play yours, and do you get an automatic bid to the NCAAs in May if you win? Is there a good chance we'll see you in Rochester in 2016?

Good playing, and I know how fun it can be to play D3 golf.

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Thanks everyone!

@iacas Occidental is in California so we play mostly in the spring, we only play for a month in the fall. It's a bit different than the Northeast!

Our conference championship is not until April. Our conference (SCIAC) is the most competitive in the country so it is a bit hard to get to the NCAAs. However, if we win I do believe that we get an automatic bid. Last year, 3 teams from our conference made it and hopefully we are now strong enough to compete for a spot in the NCAAs. We have a young, strong freshman class (including me!) and hopefully that will translate into a tournament win or two this year!

 

Top 25 DIII in the country:

Redlands - #3

Claremont McKenna - #8

La Verne - #14

Cal Lutheran - #17

All of those above are from SCIAC... We are hoping to break into the top 25 this year as well

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