RPI won the tournament as a team with a total of 607 strokes, including a tournament-low single-day team score of 294 on Sunday. Skidmore finished second at 613, followed by host Middlebury at 618, Williams at 619, Trinity at 620, Clarkson at 629, St. Lawrence at 632, Nichols at 633, Hamilton at 636, and Springfield and Amherst tied for 10th at 638.
The remainder included Elms (640), Salem State (643), NYU (645), UMass Dartmouth (647), WNEU (650), Tufts (651), Babson and Manhattanville (654), St. Michael's (660), Johnson & Wales (665), SUNY-Potsdam (672), Castleton State (680), Worcester State (696), and Wesleyan (739).
For the Pride, Vincent, a senior from Norwich, Conn., was low scorer with rounds of 76 and 80 for a 156, tying for 20th. Up next was senior Kyle DiFranco (East Longmeadow, Mass.) who tied for 35th with a 77-82=159. Behind DiFranco was grad student Tom Sangeloty (Unionville, Conn.) with an 83-80=163, tying for 59th.
Up next for SC was sophomore Adam Ziewacz (Simsbury, Conn.) at 81-83=164, tying for 69th. And finally, senior Ryne McEvoy (Accord, N.Y.) shot an 87-79=166, tying for 81st.
Next weekend, Springfield College will compete at Williams College at the Taconic Golf Club.