WORCESTER, Mass. Ė Three members of the Holy Cross men's golf team competed in the Massachusetts Amateur Championship this week.
WORCESTER, Mass. Ė Three members of the Holy Cross men's golf team were selected to the 2017 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, as announced by the league on Wednesday.
Once again this year, the College of the Holy Cross is a national leader in the academic success of its student-athletes. Holy Cross had 75 percent of its teams earn NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate (APR) public recognition awards, the highest percentage in the country ahead of Gonzaga (73.3 percent) and Dartmouth (73.1 percent).
The College of the Holy Cross has named Steve Napoli its new head men's golf coach, as announced by director of athletics Nathan Pine. Napoli will take over for Bob Molt, who is retiring after his 41st season as the head coach of the men's golf program.
Sophomore Jake Peer and freshman Jack Katarincic tied for 31st overall as the Crusaders placed eighth overall at the 2017 Patriot League Championship.
After one day of the Patriot League Championship, the Crusaders are currently in eighth place.
The Crusaders finished 14th overall in the Rhode Island Invitational in North Kingstown, R.I.
Sophomore Jake Peer led the Crusaders with a score of 159, as the Crusaders placed 19th at the Coca-Cola Lehigh Valley Invite on April 2-3.
The event was a part of the Be Well Series.
Tucked amongst the hills of Worcester in the Bay State‚Äôs most centralized city is the campus of the College of the Holy Cross, a Jesuit liberal arts college with just shy of 3,000 enrolled students.
Sophomore Joe Egan was the top individual performer for Holy Cross, as the Crusaders opened their spring season at the Fort Lauderdale Intercollegiate on March 6-7.
Head men's golf coach Bob Molt and director of athletics Nathan Pine have announced the team's 2017 spring schedule. The Crusaders are set to compete in four events this season, featuring eight days of competition.