Goldenring Wins Individual NCAA Men's Golf Title; Trinity Finishes 10th

Sam Goldenring, Williams

NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. - Sam Goldenring of Williams started the final round of the NCAA Division III Men's Golf Championship with the lead and finished as the individual medalist to claim the NCAA title. Goldenring, who becomes the first NESCAC golfer to win the individual NCAA title, shot an even-par 72 on the final day of competition at Keene Trace Golf Club.


Trinity finished 10th in the team standings with a four-day total of 1209 (290-308-309-302). Will Rosenfield and Jack Junge paced the Bantams with identical final round scores of 73. Rosenfield birdied five holes on the final day, while Junge birdied three of the final five holes on his round. Taylor Kay-Green, Nick Branchina, and Ricardo Paes Leme each shot a 78 on the final day. Rosenfield finished 27th overall with a tournament total of 300 (71-77-79-73) to pace the Bantams on the individual leaderboard.

Goldenring won the NCAA Tournament by two strokes with a score of 285 (69-74-70-72). Josh Gibson of Hope finished second (287) while Drew Mathers of Huntingdon was third (288).