Two members of the Drexel men’s golf team were honored for their contributions to the team this season. Head coach Mike Dynda was voted the Colonial Athletic Association Coach of the Year, and freshman Christopher Crawford was voted CAA Rookie of the Year. Crawford was also named Second Team All-CAA. Their awards reflect the success [...]
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Closing out their golf season at the Colonial Athletic Association Championship in Southport, N.C., the Drexel men’s golf team had its best finish ever in the tournament. The Dragons finished fourth overall, but the highlight was holding the lead after round 1. Unfortunately, head coach Mike Dynda and his team could not keep this lead [...]
In its final competition before the Colonial Athletic Association Championship, the Drexel golf team finished 12th in the Wolfpack Spring Open in Raleigh, N.C. This tournament marked the first time in three weeks that the Dragons finished outside the top two teams in competition. Leading the Dragons, as he has all season, was freshman Christopher [...]
The Drexel golf team’s spring season has proved to be one filled with promise and excitement. Head coach Mike Dynda has seen his team steadily get better in their three tournaments of the second half. The first tournament the Dragons participated in was the Wildcat Invitational in Malvern, Pa. The tournament featured local schools such [...]
Drexel University bounced back with a 13th-place finish out of 20 schools at last weekend’s Big 5 Invitational, hosted by Temple University in Plymouth Meeting, Pa. The Dragons scored a 630, 70 over par. They finished two shots behind the city rival La Salle University Explorers, who placed 12th with a score of 628, and [...]
Drexel University’s varsity golf team had a disappointing performance Sept. 29-30 in Lorton, Va. Drexel competed in George Mason University’s CHAMP/Patriot Intercollegiate Tournament, finishing in 11th place. This subpar performance was unexpected after a first-place finish at the Swarthmore Open a week before. Head coach Mike Dynda was asked what he needs from his team [...]
After a series of individual successes during the summer, the Drexel men’s golf team had a promising start to the season this past weekend. The Dragons competed at the 24th annual Leo Keenan Invitational at St. Bonaventure University. The Dragons finished fifth out of eight teams in their opening event of the season. Freshman Christopher [...]
The beginning of a new season is about hope. A newfound sense of optimism and the belief that fortunes will either change for the better or perhaps stay at a previously positive level. For the Drexel men’s and women’s tennis teams, the expectation is that this season will be an improvement on the last. Both [...]
The final hole of this year’s Colonial Athletic Association golf championship was a fitting epitaph to a weekend of eye-catching stroke play April 27-29. The University of North Carolina Wilmington’s predicted domination was there for all to see from the opening tee, as the Seahawks raced into a dominant position that they held until the [...]
Sports, by their dynamic nature, are full of many analogies. Be it the New York Giants storming their way to a second Super Bowl title in five years after a fairly average regular season or Joel Ward’s goal from the Capitals three minutes into overtime that knocked out the defending Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins, [...]
For the second straight tournament, the Drexel men’s golf team finished in 11th place. This past week, April 14-15, the Dragons achieved a final score of 616, which earned them an 11th-place finish out of 17 teams at the 2012 Wolfpack Spring Open. The tournament was hosted by North Carolina State University and took place [...]
Drexel men’s golf wrapped up its 2011 fall season this past week by competing in the second annual ODU/OBX Invitational Oct. 23-25, taking 18thplace with a score of 962. The event took place at Kilmarlic Golf Course in Powells Point, N.C. The tournament consisted of 18 schools in total. The men competed against local rival [...]
The Drexel Dragons golf team competed in the Hartford Hawks Invitational this week, Sept. 26-27, in Connecticut. The team ended up finishing 12th out of the 17 teams that competed, but did have a golfer finish in the top 10 overall individually out of the nearly 90 golfers that competed. Ben Feld, a junior, finished [...]
The Drexel golf team teed off for their first tournament of the season last weekend as the Dragons participated in the Leo Keenan Invitational Sept. 18 and 19, hosted by St. Bonaventure. Drexel started off their schedule with a fourth-place finish in the tournament, held in Olean, N.Y., among the 11 competing schools with a [...]
The College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Mathematics sponsored “Mathematics That Swings: The Math Behind Golf,” the first of their annual Distinguished Lecture Series, May 11. Ron Perline, associate professor in the mathematics department, was in charge of setting up the Distinguished Lecture Series this year. “It’s a little bit different this year than [...]
The Drexel men’s golf team participated in the 2011 Colonial Athletic Association men’s golf championships in Pinehurst, N.C. April 22-24. The Dragons struggled throughout the weekend and shot a team score of 969 strokes to finish in 10th place out of 11 teams. University of North Carolina Wilmington won the tournament with an overall team [...]
The weather has turned away from the snowy, frigid temperatures of winter to the milder days of spring. Not only has baseball started, but the golf season has also gotten underway, and the Dragons have only one tournament left until the Colonial Athletic Association Championships. The Dragons took part in the Wildcat Invitational at White [...]
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