Men’s Golf Finishes Third at CC Champs
The Red Devils found themselves tied for first with the Diplomats after the first rounds on Friday, as the team brought in a score of 314. Linn Worthington ’15 was a big reason for the quick start, as he posted a 75 to place at the top of the leaderboard. His brother, Arthur Worthington ’13 ,was just behind him with a +4 score of 76 after the first day of action. Worthington followed this 76 with a 75 the second day as he and teammate Chris Noonan ’15, who also brought in a card of 75, helped the Devils shave five strokes off of their day one score with a 309. Linn Worthington followed up his day one 75 with a +7 card of 79 as the Devils fell six strokes behind the Diplomats, who combined for a 303 on day two.
Dickinson was not able to overtake Franklin & Marshall on the final day of action, duplicating their Friday score with a 314. The Red Devils fell out of second place as well as they were overtaken by Swarthmore. The Garnet fired a remarkable 305 on Sunday. Noonan and Mike Deming ’14 led the way for the Devils on Sunday, as they both fired a 77. Linn Worthington finished just one stroke behind them with a 78, as he posted a total score of 232, putting him in a tie for 6th place overall in the individual standings. Arthur Worthington and Tucker Joyce ’12 both shot an 82 in the final round, as Worthington finished just behind his brother with a total score of 233, good for 8th place. Noonan finished 11th with a score of 236, while Joyce tied for 14th with a 243. Deming finished 28th with a +37 score of 253.
The women’s team also competed at Centennial Conference Championships the weekend of April 28-April 29. Though the team was unable to qualify for a team score with just three golfers competing, each of the team’s three competitors fared well at the two-day tournament held at Hanover Country Club in Abbottstown, PA. Annie Marshall ’12 led the way for Dickinson with scores of 89 and 97, as her two-day total of 186 (+42) placed her ninth overall. Melanie Campbell ’15 fired a pair of 100’s as her score of 200 put her 16th overall. Mikayla Strycharz ’13 posted scores of 114 and 117 to finish 25th. Gettysburg won the event with a score of 691.