As a team, Trinity finished first with a score of 582. Following in order were: Nichols (592), Johnson & Wales (607), Endicott (608), WNEC (612), Brandeis (617), Babson (618), Springfield (628), Castleton State (629), Worcester State (634), UMass-Dartmouth (635), Westfield State (640), Becker (654), Suffolk (660), Wentworth (664), MIT (674), and Elms (715).
Levings, a senior from Averill Park, N.Y., finished tied for 11th with his two-round score of 150, which was 10 strokes behind medalist Jay Driscoll of Trinity (72-68=140).
From the Pride’s standpoint, remaining golfers included sophomore Craig DiFranco (East Longmeadow, Mass.), who shot a 79-76=155, tying for 24th. Up next was senior Mike LaJoie (Enfield, Conn.), who fired an 81-77=158, tying for 37th. Junior J.R. Balogun (Springfield, Mass.) tied for 58th with his 82-83=165. Senior Bryan Andersen (Enfield, Conn.) finished 77th with his 92-86=178.
Up next, Springfield College will play in the New England Collegiate Conference Championships at the Chicopee Country Club in Chicopee, Mass. on October 11-12.