Bulldogs Win a Share of Ivy Match Play

Bulldogs Win a Share of Ivy Match Play

Rain Cancels Final Round

MATTAPOISETT, Mass. - The Yale men's golf team claimed a share of the Ivy League Match Play trophy when its final match against Penn got cancelled due to rain.  The Bulldogs defeated Princeton in the first round and then took down the defending Ivy League Champions Columbia in the second.  They would have played Penn for the championship Sunday morning.

Against Princeton, junior Tom McCarthy defeated Patrick Wasserman 2&1, senior captain Ben Wescoe defeated Greg Stamas 4&3, Chase Lovett-Woodsum defeated junior Brandon Marick, Evan Harmeling defeated freshman Brad Kushner and sophomore Jeff Hatten defeated Juan-Pablo Candela 2&1.

Against Columbia, McCarthy defeated Bredan Doyle 4&3, Wescoe defeated Clark Granum 2&1, Marick lost his match, Kushner def. Ford Fisher 6&4 and Hatten lost 1 down.

Report filed by Charles Moore '10, Yale Sports Publicity