Category Archives: Men’s Golf
Former Glenville State golf standout Bob Sowards secured a 2008 card on the PGA Tour by virtue of his 23rd place tie at the tour’s Q-School. Sowards, the 1989 and 1990 WVIAC Player of the Year, carded a 90-hole total of 418. The 14-under par score was just good enough to clinch a spot on [...]
Fairmont State used strong final rounds from Ben Palmer and Justin Caroli to pull away from the field and claim a 13-shot victory at the WVIAC Men’s Golf Championship. Palmer fired a 69 and Caroli added a 70 to help the Falcons shoot the low team round of the tournament of 302 on Wednesday. West [...]
West Liberty State held off Concord’s final day charge to claim a four-shot victory at the WVIAC Southern Regional. The Toppers finished at four-under par 572, while Concord fired the day’s low total of seven-under 281 to finish the tournament at even-par 576. West Liberty State senior Matt Hicks was the individual medalist. The Sissonville, [...]
Fairmont State posted a school-record 278 for the second consecutive day as the Falcons rolled to a 12-stroke victory over Ohio Valley at the WVIAC Central Regional men’s golf tournament. The 20-under total of 556 is believed to establish a new team record at a WVIAC event. FSU senior Justin Caroli took top individual honors [...]
TOURNAMENT TO FEATURE FORMER GSC GREATS Glenville, WV–The 1st Annual GSC Golf Tribute Tournament will take place on Friday, October 12, 2007 at the Glenville Golf Club. The tournament is being held during the Glenville State College Homecoming Weekend as a fundraiser for the GSC Men’s and Women’s Golf teams and as a tribute [...]
2007-08 will be a season of change in many ways for West Virginia Conference men’s golf, but the league’s 15 head coaches are calling for established favorites to be at the front of the conference’s championship chase. Ohio Valley, Fairmont State, and Charleston each grabbed four first place votes apiece and are atop the coaches’ [...]
The University of Charleston came out on top of the 2007 WVIAC Men’s Golf Championships.
The Pioneer men shot a two-round total of 676 to finish 12th at the WVIAC Northern Regional held at Oglebay Resort’s Speidel Golf Club.