Adam Duplisea of Husson Earns NAC Player of the Year
Husson College held on to their first round lead by winning with a two-day team total of 619 to win the North Atlantic Conference Championships at the Boothbay Golf Club in Boothbay, Maine. Castleton State College scored a 656 for second place in the Championship. The University of Maine Farmington, Elms, Thomas, Becker, and Maine Maritime Academy finished 3rd-7th respectively.
The individual medalists and North Atlantic Conference Player of the year honors for 2007 went to Adam Duplisea of Husson College who shot 77, 71 for a two day total of 148.
Joining Duplisea on the NAC All Conference First Team were Elms College’s Neil Daigneault finished second with a 153 (78, 75), University of Maine at Farmington’s Kyle Feltis finished third with a 158 (80, 78), Husson College’s Chris Coffin finished fourth with a 158 (78, 80), Castleton State College’s Bryan Smith finished fifth with a 159 (81, 78) with Chris Hamel (Husson) rounding out the NAC All Conference First Team.
The NAC All Conference Second Team was made up of Adam Packard (Husson), Eric Slosek (Castleton State), Ben Malone (Becker), Ben Costain (Thomas), Brandon Poulin (UMF) and Nick Wood (Castleton).
The NAC Rookie of the Year was Husson College’s Chris Hamel with a score of 160 (81, 79).
The 2007 NAC Golf Coach of the Year award went to the University of Maine Farmington’s Bob Timmons. UMF was also honored with the team sportsmanship award.
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Thomas to Host 2007 NAC Golf Championship
Thomas College will host the North Atlantic Conference Golf Championships this weekend, October 14-15 at the Boothbay Country Club in Boothbay, Maine. Husson will attempt to defend its 2006 NAC title, hosted by Maine Maritime at the Kebo Valley Golf Club last October, against NAC foes Castleton, Elms, Maine-Farmington, Maine Maritime and host Thomas.
The seven institutions will compete in the two day tournament beginning Saturday at 10:00. Tee times are predetermined for Saturday's rounds. Sunday's tee times, beginning at 10:00 am, will be announced following Saturday's play. The scores of the lowest four individuals on each team, total strokes over the two days, will count toward the team total. The team with the lowest total will be declared the champion.
DATE: Saturday-Sunday, October 13-14, 2007
WHERE: Boothbay Country Club in Boothbay, Maine http://www.harrisgolfonline.com/boothbaycountryclub_index.php
Becker College, Castleton State College, Elms College, Husson College, University of Maine at Farmington, Maine Maritime Academy and Thomas College (host).
Five golfers from each institution will compete. The scores of the lowest four individuals on each team, total strokes over the two days, will count toward the team total. The team with the lowest total will be declared the champion.
10:00 a.m. Husson #1, Elms #1, Farmington #1
10:09 a.m. Castleton #1, Thomas #1, Becker #1, MMA #1
10:18 a.m. Husson #2, Elms #2, Farmington #2
10:27 a.m. Castleton #2, Thomas #2, Becker #2, MMA #2
10:36 a.m. Husson #3, Elms #3, Farmington #3
10:45 a.m. Castleton #3, Thomas #3, Becker #3, MMA #3
10:54 a.m. Husson #4, Elms #4, Farmington #4
11:03 a.m. Castleton #4, Thomas #4, Becker #4, MMA #4
11:12 a.m. Husson #5, Elms #5, Farmington #5
11:21 a.m. Castleton #5, Thomas #5, Becker #5, MMA #5
SUNDAY TEE TIMES WILL BE ANNOUNCED AFTER SATURDAY'S PLAY
Take Coastal Route One (north or south) to Route 27 South in Edgecomb. Travel 10 miles south on the peninsula. Country Club Road is a left turn, across from the MW Sewall Clippermart (Texaco). Parking is immediately on your right after turning onto Country Club Road.
Flagship Inn - http://www.boothbaylodging.com/
Fisherman’s Wharf Inn - http://www.fishermanswharfinn.com/