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About the Northeast-10 Conference

The Northeast-10 Conference is an NCAA Division II conference that was established in 1979. The conference consists of 16 member institutions located throughout the Northeast in the states of Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, and Vermont. The institutions that make up the Northeast-10 include Adelphi University (Garden City, N.Y.), American International College (Springfield, Mass.), Assumption College (Worcester, Mass.), Bentley University (Waltham, Mass.), Franklin Pierce University (Rindge, N.H.), Le Moyne College (Syracuse, N.Y.), University of Massachusetts Lowell (Lowell, Mass.), Merrimack College (North Andover, Mass.), University of New Haven (West Haven, Conn.), Pace University (Pleasantville, N.Y.), Saint Anselm College (Manchester, N.H.), Saint Michael’s College (Colchester, Vt.), The College of Saint Rose (Albany, N.Y.), Southern Connecticut State University (New Haven, Conn.), Southern New Hampshire University (Manchester, N.H.), and Stonehill College (Easton, Mass.).

Saint Rose claimed the 2011 NCAA Women’s Soccer National Championship by defeating Grand Valley State.

The 16 member institutions are spread geographically from Syracuse, N.Y. to Waltham, Mass. and Colchester, Vt. to Garden City, N.Y. Many of the members are located in or around the metropolitan areas of Albany, Boston, Manchester, New Haven, Worcester, and New York City. The conference was proud to welcome the New Haven and Adelphi in its latest expansion, adding to the powerful union of strong academic and athletic institutions.

Northeast-10 Staff

Julie Ruppert Commissioner jruppert@northeast10.org 508-230-9844 Ext. 100 Amy Resnick Associate Commissioner/SWA aresnick@northeast10.org 508-230-9844 Ext. 102 Cell: 413-478-1519 Molly Myers Associate Commissioner/ Compliance mmyers@northeast10.org 508-230-9844 Ext. 103 Jacob VanRyn Assistant Commissioner/ Strategic Communications jvanryn@northeast10.org 508-230-9844 Ext. 105 Michael Ghika

Asst. Director/Communications

mghika@northeast10.org 508-230-9844 Ext. 104

The Northeast-10 has evolved into a membership committed to competitive athletics programs that emphasize the education, both on and off the field, of more than 6,000 student athletes. Among the many accomplishments of these institutions are NCAA Division II national championships in women’s basketball, women’s cross country, field hockey, men’s lacrosse, women’s lacrosse, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, women’s track and field, and men’s and women’s swimming and diving. The conference is coming off a successful 2011-12 season, as the Saint Rose women’s soccer team claimed the first national championship in the school’s athletic history with a 2-1 victory over Grand Valley State in Pensacola, Fla. The UMass Lowell field hockey team also advanced to the national title game for the sixth time in seven seasons, while the Bentley women’s basketball and Stonehill men’s basketball teams both advanced to their respective NCAA Final Fours.

American International’s Dominic Smith claimed a national title in the 400 meter dash.

Also during the 2011-12 academic year, Southern Connecticut’s Amanda Thomas won national championships in the 200 and 400 individual medleys, and for her efforts was named the 2012 NCAA Division II Women’s Swimmer of the Year. Southern Connecticut’s Nick Lebron (heptathlon) and American International’s Dominic Smith (400 meter dash) also claimed individual national titles at the 2012 NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships.

In all, 59 different Northeast-10 Conference teams were selected to participate in NCAA Championship play during the 2011-12 academic year. The 59 programs represented 15 of the 16 conference institutions. From the field of play to inside the classroom, the Northeast-10 honored a number of student-athletes for their academic accomplishments. Over 50 percent of all conference student-athletes earned a 3.0 GPA throughout the 2011-12 academic year and were named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll as a result. Of the nearly 6,000 honor roll selections for the fall and spring, 244 earned a perfect 4.0 GPA. The conference also honored 260 student-athletes that excelled at a high level on the field and in the classroom as members of academic all-conference teams. Today’s Northeast-10 Conference remains focused on complementing the academic integrity and missions of its member institutions with a commitment to a broad-based championship program, as evidenced by the 23 sports the conference offers in championship play, the most such of any Division II conference.

Southern Connecticut’s Amanda Thomas was named the 2012 NCAA Division II Women’s Swimmer of the Year.

Through the establishment and enforcement of regulations, the conference aims to encourage policies that enable intercollegiate athletics programs to contribute to and be considered an integral part of the total educational offerings at our member institutions. The Northeast-10 can look to a long history of success including the growth from seven original member institutions to more than double its size 30 years later, the contention for and winning of multiple national championships, and the recognition of student-athlete performances off the field and in the classroom.


2012 Golf Championship En-Joie Golf Course Hosted by Le Moyne College A Brief History of En-Joie Courtesy of En-Joie Golf Course Website

En-Joie Golf Club first opened in 1927 under the original design of Ernie Smith. The golf course was originally built by George F. Johnson, the benevolent owner of the Endicott-Johnson Shoe Company. From 1971 to 2005 En-Joie hosted the B.C. Open, an annual PGA Tour stop that was loved and greatly supported by the Tour players. In 2006, the last year the BC Open was to be played at En-Joie Golf Club, the Greater Binghamton area suffered the worst flooding from the Susquehanna River area in the region’s history. With the golf course inundated with water, mud and debris the tournament unfortunately was forced to be moved in its final year elsewhere. However, shortly thereafter in 2007 En-Joie became the proud host of a new Champions Tour event. The Dick’s Sporting Goods Open was born, and En-Joie once again continues to test the skills of professional golfers, now for those players over the age of 50. In 1998 and 1999 the golf course layout was renovated by renowned golf course architect Michael Hurdzan. Mr. Hurdzan changed the original relatively flat, round greens into very large, undulating greens that challenge all level of golfers. With narrow, tree-lined fairways coupled with large, elevated greens the golf course is a true test for golfers of all skill levels. Professionals and amateurs alike will find a fair, yet challenging round of golf each time they tee it up at En-Joie.

In Remembrance of Gary Mucica

A 1971 graduate of Lowell Technological Institute, Gary Mucica enthusiastically served the University of Massachusetts Lowell in many capacities before passing away July 2 following a short battle with cancer. First and foremost, Mucica was the Director of Graduate Programs for the Manning School of Business and also served as a visiting professor to the Manning School. Most recently, he was named to the UMass Lowell 2020 Strategic Plan, serving as the co-chair of the Branding and Marketing Committee. When the decision to return the sport of golf from club status to varsity in 2004, Director of Athletics Dana Skinner didn’t need to look far for a coach. Mucica fervently took the program over and quickly built it into one of the best in the East Region. UMass Lowell was represented in the NCAA Tournament every year but one from 2006 forward, including Chris Menne qualifying individually in 2006 and 2007; and the team making the field from 20082010 and 2012.

“Gary was one of those rare individuals who had a talent for spreading optimism in every corner of the campus,” said Skinner. “He wore many hats and touched many people - from faculty and staff, to students, to alumni, and so many friends that it would be impossible to count. Gary loved this University, and his work with the golf program and our student-athletes was nothing short of special.” UMass Lowell enjoyed its best season under Mucica last year when the team finished a best-ever third place among 34 colleges and universities at the New England Intercollegiate Golf Association (NEIGA) Tournament on Oct. 18. Success followed in the spring as the River Hawks won three tournaments in four weeks – the team had one tournament title in the previous six years – and placed 10th overall and tops among Northeast-10 Conference schools in the NCAA Tournament East-Atlantic Regional. Mucica was also active within the college golf circles, serving as NCAA Tournament Regional Selection Committee and the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) All-America Selection Committee for three years; and as the Northeast-10 Conference Coaches Chair for two years. Mucica is survived by his wife, Sally, and his brother Bill.


2012 Team Rosters American International College

Adelphi University Name Yr. Frank Amicizia So. Aaron Burton So. Louis Kelly So. Christopher Lyons Sr. Jonathan Singer Sr. Ryan Snouffer Fr.

Name Austin Ball Brenton Buchholz Mike Frydryk

Yr. So. Fr. So. Julio Gonzalez-Galvan Jr. Tommy LeBlanc Jr. Ben Mann So. Nate Pereira Sr. Ramon Ventura-Camp Fr.

Hometown/High School Northport, N.Y. / Kings Park Wilmington, Del. / Concord Sewell, N.J./Gloucester County IT Franklin Square, N.Y. / Kellenberg Carson City, Nev. / Carson Jefferson, N.J. / Jefferson

Head Coach: Gary Ensor

Head Coach: Janzten Vargas Assumption College Name Joey Barile III Juan Bogota Adam Bourque Tim Carroll Andrew Dame Pete Duckett Kyle Gilman Chance Malkasian Nick Martinelli Devin Tarpey

Yr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr.

Bentley University

Hometown/High School Griswold, Conn. / Griswold Bogota, Colombia / Gimnasio Moderno Mansfield, Mass. / Mansfield Portsmouth, R.I. / Portsmouth Oakham, Mass. / Saint John’s Harvard, Mass. / Bromfield School Windham, Maine / Windham Auburn, Mass. / Auburn Melrose, Mass. / Malden Catholic

Head Coach: Tim Bibaud

Name Tommy Ayres Quincy Coulter Brian Eidelbus Tom Freeman Matt Freitag Ryan Hudson Andrew Johnston Harry Kirkpatrick Dan McQueen Matt Michel Malcolm Oliver Zach Pollard Francesco Possio Jon Stoddard Sal Visali

Yr. Fr So. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr.

Le Moyne College

Yr. Hometown/High School Fr. Rochester, N.H. / Spaulding Fr. Cumberland, R.I. / Mt. Saint Charles So. Orange, Mass. / Mahar Regional Sr. Worcester, Mass. / Doherty Memorial Sr. Jaffrey, N.H. / Conant Sr. Loudon, N.H. / Merrimack Valley Fr. North Reading, Mass./North Reading Sr. Litchfield, N.H. / Campbell Fr. Stoughton, Mass. / Stoughton Fr. Griswold, Conn. / Griswold Jr. Jericho, Vt. / Mount Mansfield Union So. Angiers, N.C. / Hartnett Central Fr.

Name Jeff Brown Josh Cook Dan Edwards Sam Eno Aidan Fuller Mitch Hillegas Alex Kinkaid Billy Markey John Maurer Dan Molter

University of Massachusetts Lowell Yr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr.

Yr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. So.

Hometown/High School Cortland, N.Y./Cortland Liverpool, N.Y./Liverpool/Onondaga C.C.

Elmira, N.Y./Elmira Free Academy Dennis, Mass./Dennis-Yarmouth Syracuse, N.Y./Christian Brothers Binghamton, N.Y./Chenango Valley Ballston Lake, N.Y./Shenendehowa Baldwinsville, N.Y./C.W. Baker Baldwinsville, N.Y./C.W. Baker Port Crane, N.Y./Chenango Forks

Head Coach: Joe Tesori

Head Coach: Greg Scerbinski

Name Sylvain Debiais Kevin Desjardins Kevin Fay Andrew Fecteau Joe Francisco Ian Gervais Harry Hulme Jake Hulme Takeaki Igarashi Travis Kellegrew John Ryan Jordan Traa

Hometown/High School Bolton, Mass. / Nashoba Reg. Lake Bluff, Ill. / Lake Forest Venice, Fla. / Pine View School Maywood, N.J. / Bergen County Acad Cheshire, Mass. / Hoosac Valley Purchase, N.Y. / Iona Preparatory Wilbraham, Mass. / Wilbraham Lancaster, Mass. / Nashoba Reg. Topsfield, Mass. / Masconomet Reg. Danvers, Mass. / Danvers Damariscotta, Maine/Lincoln Acad Lebanon, N.H. / Lebanon Torino, Italy / Collegio San Guiseppe Duxbury, Mass. / Duxbury West Barnstable, Mass. / Barnstable

Head Coach: Mickey Herron

Franklin Pierce University Name Nick Adjutant Brad Auclair Matthew Bardsley Jeff Gloshinski Ricky Gray Ian Landry Jack Manning Tyler Merrill Josh Rubenstein Sean Shepard Adam Spencer Stew Wise Stewart Wise

Hometown/High School Clinton, Mass. / Clinton Enfield, Conn. / Enfield Palmer, Mass. / Palmer Aguascaliente, Mexico Springfield, Mass. / Cathedral Holyoke, Mass. / Holyoke Ludlow, Mass. / Ludlow Barcelona, Spain

Saint Anselm College

Hometown/High School Saint Jean de Monts, France/LF Truffault Methuen, Mass. / Central Catholic Lawrence, Mass. / Central Catholic Newbury, Mass. / Triton Regional Ludlow, Mass. / Ludlow New Limerick, Maine / Houlton

Manchester, England/Manchester Grammar

Methuen, Mass. / Methuen Sacramento, Calif. / Mira Loma Chelmsford, Mass. / Chelmsford Westford, Mass. / Westford Academy Calgary, Alberta / Central Memorial

Head Coach: Jim Mahoney

Name Yr. Emilio Bardini Sr. Meghan Brennan Sr. Billy Curley Fr. Chris Downs Sr. Tyler Fay Sr. Joseph Fitzsimmons Jr. Brian Foley Sr. Tim Grossman So. Jason Lussier So. Tim Millett So. Andrea O’Neil Jr. Timothy Rattigan Jr. Matthew Santello Jr.

Hometown/High School Salem, Mass. / St. John’s Prep West Hartford, Conn. / Conard Duxbury, Mass. / Thayer Academy Scituate, Mass. / Boston College HS Barrington, R.I. / Bishop Hendricken Marshfield, Mass. / Marshfield Worcester, Mass. / Saint Peter Marian Foxboro, Mass. / Foxboro Holliston, Mass. / Holliston Poland, Maine/North Yarmouth Acad Saugus, Mass. / Saugus Reading, Mass. / Reading Memorial Barrington, R.I. / Barrington

Head Coach: Frank Driscoll Saint Michael’s College Name Nick Angelo Corey Carlos George Flanagan Steve French Devin Garrison Dylan Lavallee Spencer Mallette Zach Musgrave

Yr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

Head Coach: Lou DiMasi III

Hometown/High School Sutton, Mass. / Saint John’s Essex, Vt. / Essex Andover, Mass. / Andover Goffstown, N.H. / Goffstown Stamford, Vt. / South Kent School Colchester, Vt. / Rice Memorial Canton, N.Y. / Hugh C. Williams Bedford, N.H./Kimball Union Acad.


2012 Team Rosters The College of Saint Rose Name

Yr.

Hometown/High School

Seth Adams

Jr.

Schenectady, N.Y. / Christian Brothers

Chad Baxter

Jr.

Binghamton, N.Y. / Harpursville

Brandon Bush

Jr.

Broadalbin, N.Y. / Broadalbin-Perth

John Young

So.

Mechanicville, N.Y. / Mechanicville

Head Coach: Scott Warren

By Harry Kirkpatrick, Bentley University September 13, 2012 Hello, readers! I’m writing this entry following the Franklin Pierce Invitational. Predicting a golf season based on the prior year is an impossible task. As only five players are competing for each school at a given tournament, a team can get by with seniority without any real depth behind them. For that reason, a conference champion one year can easily be in the bottom half of the conference the next. Because of this unpredictability, any team could shock the conference and pull out a win at the first tournament. Despite the hazy picture my team has of our competition, we are confident we will start the year strong. The practice round is cut short because of monsoon conditions as the Bentley golf team seeks shelter back at the hotel despite this blogger’s plea to keep playing. I love playing in the rain. In Scotland, where the game was invented, rain is the norm. We play all year in horrible weather, especially as winter approaches, but I don’t mind. Saturday, however, I am overruled. Sunday morning, the first day of the tournament, begins with blue skies. We have an afternoon tee time and get to the course early to warm up. I see many competitors I haven’t seen in a few months and we catch up before the round. In college golf, five players play for each team and each team counts the best four scores. For example, if a team has scores of 74, 75, 76, 77, and 85, it totals 302 and excludes the score of 85. We have brought a veteran squad to this event with captains Matt Michel and Dan McQueen leading the way followed by myself, sophomore Quincy Coulter, and newly found freshman Zach Pollard. After one round, the Bentley Golf Team is in third place with a 301. McQueen rolled in with a solid 70 to lead our squad. Behind him, Quincy fired a 74 that included three birdies in a row. Matt shot a steady 75, right behind Quincy. Zach and I shot disappointing 82’s, mine including a 7 on Bretwood’s signature hole, an island green par-3. So. New Hampshire fired its best round in years - a 293 to pace the field. Rounding out the top three was American Int’l at 299. Not out of it yet, our team relaxed before a quick turnaround for an 8:30 tee time the next day. Zach rolled a few putts on the carpet in the hallway, trying to figure out his putting woes. I was disappointed with my round, but felt I was only a few shots away from a solid round. That’s how golf is though; one bad shot can handicap a player’s momentum. The final day of the tournament has a much higher sense of urgency than the first. The leaders seem on edge and the rest of the teams seem hungry. We are grouped with American Int’l, Nyack, and So. New Hampshire for the final round and I am playing with Ben Mann from AIC for the second straight day.

Southern New Hampshire University Name Jeff Atkinson Nicholas Burke Cody Carlson Vince Kimball Ernie Lupi Scott Underhill

Yr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr.

Hometown/High School Lancaster, N.H./White Mountains Reg. Sandwich, Mass. / Sandwich Wellesley, Mass. / Framingham Lebanon, N.H. / Lebanon Bradford, Mass. / Haverhill Bedford, N.H. / Manchester West

Head Coach: Matt Arvanitis

Chatting on the first tee, both of us are ready to better our showing from the first day. Watching Dan and Matt tee off, though, I feel like something is a bit off with one of my captains. Dan has missed the first fairway wide left, a side he avoids like the plague. Although he makes a spectacular par, I know he doesn’t have his “A” game. From the first tee, it is apparent that I don’t either. I’m not making crisp contact and, as a result, have to scramble for pars. Battling to help my team, I was able to scratch out a 77. After watching that first tee shot, I wasn’t surprised to find out that Dan was off all day and didn’t play how he would have liked. Bentley Golf’s chances for a win were effectively over when Dan, Matt, and I could only fire 80, 74, and 77, respectively. However, our freshman stud Zach fired a 74 to keep us in the top 2. American Int’l sealed the deal with a 68 from a freshman, Ramon Ventura-Camp, and cruised to the victory. It was truly a champion effort under the gun. When looking back over our tournament, we could readily find one hole that doomed Bentley golf. The par three 13th is a relatively short hole with one defense -- the green is surrounded on all sides by water. The first day, my round was undone by a seven. The other three counted rounds (Dan, Matt, and Quincy) played the hole even (three pars). The second day our top four played the hole five over (two double bogeys, one bogey, and one par). For the two days we lost nine shots on the diabolical little hole, and we lost the tournament by five shots. After the round we went back out to the hole to see if our captain, Dan, could play a ricochet shot off the rock wall surrounding the green and hit the ball backwards onto the green. Below is a picture of Danny attempting the unlikely shot with the team looking on, and if you look closely you can see the ball in the upper left hand corner of the photo.


NE-10 TOP 25 PERFORMERS (SINGLE ROUND SCORES) - 2012-13 Rank Athlete School Score Event 1. Ramon Ventura-Camp American Int’l 68 (RD2) Franklin Pierce Invitational T2. Ian Landry Franklin Pierce 69 (RD1) Franklin Pierce Invitational T2. Scott Undergill So. New Hampshire 69 (RD1) Franklin Pierce Invitational T4. Andrew Dame Assumption 70 (RD1) Dowling September Shootout T4. Dan McQueen Bentley 70 (RD1) Franklin Pierce Invitational T6. Ryan Snouffer Adelphi 71 (RD1) Dowling September Shootout T6. Ryan Snouffer Adelphi 71 (RD1) Rutgers Invitational T6. Nate Pereira American Int’l 71 (RD1) Franklin Pierce Invitational T9. Ryan Snouffer Adelphi 72 (RD2) Dowling September Shootout T9. Ramon Ventura-Camp American Int’l 72 (RD2) Dowling September Shootout T9. Brad Auclair Franklin Pierce 72 (RD2) SNHU Penmen Invitational T9. Matt Michel Bentley 72 (RD1) Dowling September Shootout T9. Nick Burke So. New Hampshire 72 (RD1) Franklin Pierce Invitational T9. Cody Carlson So. New Hampshire 72 (RD1) Franklin Pierce Invitational T15. Aaron Burton Adelphi 73 (RD2) Rutgers Invitational T15. Ryan Snouffer Adelphi 73 (RD2) Rutgers Invitational T15. Stewart Wise Franklin Pierce 73 (RD2) Franklin Pierce Invitational T15. Sylvain Debiais UMass Lowell 73 (RD1) Northeast Intercollegiate Championship T15. Harry Hulme UMass Lowell 73 (RD1) Northeast Intercollegiate Championship T20. Frank Amizicia Adelphi 74 (RD1) Rutgers Invitational T20. Louis Kelly Adelphi 74 (RD1) Rutgers Invitational T20. Louis Kelly Adelphi 74 (RD2) Rutgers Invitational T20. Ramon Ventura-Camp American Int’l 74 (RD2) Dowling September Shootout T20. Ramon Ventura-Camp American Int’l 74 (RD1) Franklin Pierce Invitational T20. Andrew Dame Assumption 74 (RD1) Franklin Pierce Invitational T20. Devin Tarpey Assumption 74 (RD2) Franklin Pierce Invitational T20. Matt Michel Bentley 74 (RD2) Franklin Pierce Invitational T20. Quincy Coulter Bentley 74 (RD1) Franklin Pierce Invitational T20. Ian Landry Franklin Pierce 74 (RD2) Franklin Pierce Invitational T20. Ian Landry Franklin Pierce 74 (RD2) SNHU Penmen Invitational T20. Sam Eno Le Moyne 74 (RD2) Dowling September Shootout Updated Through September 25, 2012 Rank 1. T2. T2. T4. T4. 6. T7. T7. T9. T9. T9. T12. T12. 14. T15. T15. T15. T18. T18. T18. T21. T21. T21. T21. T21.

NE-10 TOP 25 PERFORMERS (TWO-ROUND SCORES) - 2012-13 Athlete School Score Event Ramon Ventura-Camp American Int’l 142 Franklin Pierce Invitational Ryan Snouffer Adelphi 143 Dowling September Shootout Ian Landry Franklin Pierce 143 Franklin Pierce Invitational Ramon Ventura-Camp American Int’l 146 Dowling September Shootout Scott Undergill So. New Hampshire 146 Franklin Pierce Invitational Brad Auclair Franklin Pierce 147 SNHU Penmen Invitational Nate Pereira American Int’l 148 Franklin Pierce Invitational Nick Burke So. New Hampshire 148 Franklin Pierce Invitational Matt Michel Bentley 149 Dowling September Shootout Matt Michel Bentley 149 Franklin Pierce Invitational Stewart Wise Franklin Pierce 149 Franklin Pierce Invitational Andrew Dame Assumption 150 Dowling September Shootout Dan McQueen Bentley 150 Franklin Pierce Invitational Harry Hulme UMass Lowell 151 Northeast Intercollegiate Championship Devin Tarpley Assumption 152 Franklin Pierce Invitational Jason Lussier Saint Anselm 152 SNHU Penmen Invitational Cody Carlson So. New Hampshire 152 Franklin Pierce Invitational Aaron Burton Adelphi 153 Dowling September Shootout Ian Landry Franklin Pierce 153 SNHU Penmen Invitational Andrew Fecteau UMass Lowell 153 Northeast Intercollegiate Championship Nathan Pereira American Int’l 154 Northeast Intercollegiate Championship Ben Mann American Int’l 154 Northeast Intercollegiate Championship Tyler Fay Saint Anselm 154 Bowdoin Invitational Nick Burke So. New Hampshire 154 SNHU Penmen Invitational Dan Edwards Le Moyne 154 Colgate Invitational

Updated Through September 25, 2012


All-Time Team Champions and Major Award Winners

Gordon McCullough Year

Memorial Award

Rookie of the Year

Coach of the Year

2011 Bentley 304-305--609 Franklin Pierce 301-314--615

Team

Score

Runner Up

Louis Kelly, ADE

Louis Kelly, ADE

Mickey Herron, BEN

2010 Adelphi 298-309--607 American Int’l 310-297--607

Garrett Beyor, AIC

Nick Clarke, BEN

Jantzen Vargas, ADE

2009 Adelphi 311-309--620 American Int’l 310-313--623

Shane Winslow, SNH

Colin Dansereau, AIC Tim McAleer, ADE

2008

Le Moyne

293-306--599

UMass Lowell 294-317--611

Kevin Jackson, LEM

Kevin Jackson, LEM

Joe Tesori, LEM

2007

Bentley

311-305--616

Assumption 309-311--620

Bob Leopold, BEN

Andrew Lloyd, SNH

Don Moorhead, BEN

2006

Bentley

308-146-454

Le Moyne

304-150-454

Dan McCarthy, LEM

Pat Pelletier, SNH

Don Moorhead, BEN

2005

Bryant

299-310-609

Le Moyne

293-316-609

Joe Tesori, LEM

Jamie Bacon, STR

Archie Boulet, BRY

2004

Bryant

295-302--597

Le Moyne

309-308--617

Jeff Furtado, ASM

Mike Dominici, PAC

Archie Boulet, BRY

2003

Bryant

289-296—585

Bentley

299-290—589

Jeff Sullivan, SNH

Dan McCarthy, LEM

Archie Boulet, BRY

2002

So. New Hampshire

297-281—578

Bryant

297-293—590

Chris Rivard, SNH

Jeff Sullivan, SNH

Jozef Maston, SNH

2001

So. New Hampshire 307-296—603

Bryant

307-297—604

Matt Arvantis, SNH

Dan Falcucci, BRY

Jozef Maston, SNH

2000

Bryant

154-300—454

Le Moyne

163-310—473

Sean Harbour, BRY

Dan Harris, BRY

Archie Boulet, BRY

1999

Bryant

295-311—606

Le Moyne

304-304—608

Sean Harbour, BRY

Eric Naglieri, ASM

Archie Boulet, BRY

1998

Bryant

305-298—603

Bentley

302-302—604

Neil Reidy, LEM

Neil Reidy, LEM

Archie Boulet, BRY

1997

Saint Anselm

301-303—604

Bryant

309-297—606

Brian Malchak, LEM

Not available

Ted Foster, STA

1996

Bryant

612

Quinnipiac

617

Ray Issler, BRY

Mike Nordstrom, QNP Archie Boulet, BRY

1995

Bryant

332-304—636

Quinnipiac

325-317—642

Ray Issler, BRY

Brent Kiley, STA

Archie Boulet, BRY

1994

Bryant

310-305—615

Springfield

309-317—626

Ray Issler, BRY

Keith Allcock, BRY

Archie Boulet, BRY

1993

Bryant

323

Springfield

328

Ray Issler, BRY

Not available

Archie Boulet, BRY

1992

Bentley

316

Bryant

330

Rich Pagliara, QNP

Not available

Don Moorhead, BEN

1991

Bryant

310

Bentley

332

Bob Bigonette, BRY

Rich Pagliara, QNP

Archie Boulet, BRY

1990

Bryant

301

Merrimack

322

Paul Grondahl, BRY

Mike Spencer, BRY

Archie Boulet, BRY

1989

Bryant

317

Bentley

342

Scott Trethaway, BRY

John Micavich, BEN

Archie Boulet, BRY

1988

Score

Bryant

309

Bentley

321

Mike Jones, BEN

Tim McLaughlin, MER Archie Boulet, BRY

1987-1988 Bryant

301

Bentley

314

Dave French, BRY

Dirk Whitesell, QNP

Archie Boulet, BRY

1986-1987 Bryant

318

Merrimack

333

Dave French, BRY

Not available

Archie Boulet, BRY

1985-1986 Bryant

315

Assumption 329

Dave French, BRY

Not available

Archie Boulet, BRY

1984-1985 Bryant

308

Saint Anselm 330

Gary Young, BRY

Not available

Archie Boulet, BRY

1983-1984 Bryant

309

Hartford

314

Mike McKenna, MER

Not available

Archie Boulet, BRY

1982-1983 Saint Anselm

322

Bryant

324

Jim Hallett, BRY

Not available

Not available

1981-1982 Bryant

305

Bentley

329

Jim Hallett, BRY

Not available

Archie Boulet, BRY

(Note: NE-10 Golf Championships were played in the spring prior to 1987) * Gordon McCullough Memorial Award was named for the late coach, a long-time member of the University of Hartford Athletics program. McCullough began coaching the Hartford golf team in 1963 and did so until his death in 1989. His influence was felt across conference lines as both the North Atlantic Conference and the Northeast-10 Championship Trophies are named in his honor. McCullough was inducted into Hartford’s Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame Inaugural Class in 1991 and the Northeast-10 Inaugural Hall of Fame Class in 2006. *

Individual and Team Records

Record Score Name/School Year Lowest Score (18) 66 Neil Reidy, LEM 1998 66 Chris Rivard, SNH 2002 Lowest Score (36) 137 Matt Arvanitis, SNH 2001 Largest Margin of Victory 6 Jim Hallett, BRY 1982 6 Scott Trethewey, BRY 1989 Championships Won 4 Ray Isle, BRY 1993-96 Record Score School Year Lowest Score (18) 281 So. New Hampshire 2002 Lowest Score (36) 578 So. New Hampshire 2002 Largest Margin of Victory 25 Bryant 1989 Championships Won 20 Bryant See above



2012 NE-10 Golf Championship Program