Tompkins Cortland Community College remains committed to fielding a competitive women's golf team. Anyone interested in golfing as a Panther in the future should contact Coach McDaniel in the athletics office.
|Ashlee Lane||So.||5' 9"||Pomona & Standley Lake/Westminster, Colo.|
|Ashley Rosenberger||Fr.||5' 5"||Newark Valley/Berkshire|
1st Place (1996)
1st Place (2005)
1st Place (2008)
1st Place (2010)
1st Place (2007)
1st Place (2008)
2nd Place (1994)
2nd Place (2005)
4th Place (2008)
7th Place (2005)
11th Place (1994)
14th Place (2007)
68, Alex Wilson (at Monroe Invite, 4/31/01)
68, Scott Comfort (at TC3 Invite, 5/4/03)
69, Alex Wilson (at Jamestown Invite, 4/21/01)
69, Clint Chaffee (at Adirondack Invite, 4/22/05)
69, Clint Chaffee (at Mohawk Valley Invite, 4/14/06)
74.2, Clint Chaffee (2005)
74.8, Clint Chaffee (2006)
75.7, Alex Muirhead (1994)
76.9, Alex Wilson (2001)
1st Place, Kevin Muirhead (1996)
1st Place, Adam Moore (2002)
1st Place, Craig Smith (2010)
1st Place, Clint Chaffee (2006)
1st Place, Kris Boyes (2008)
2nd Place, Adam Moore (2003) * tied for 1st; 2nd in playoff
1st Place, Kris Boyes (2008) * tied for 1st; won playoff
6th Place, Clint Chaffee (2005)
8th Place, Clint Chaffee (2006) * tied for 6th; 8th by comparing cards
78, Rasmita Tayler (at TC3 Invite, 5/4/08)
80, Rasmita Tayler (at Region III Coaches Invite, 4/19/08)
82, Rasmita Tayler (at Broome Invite, 4/12/08)
85.5, Rasmita Tayler (2008)
89.6, Rasmita Tayler (2007)
59th Place, Rasmita Taylert (2007)
Coach McDaniel returned to the course for the 2014-15 year, bringing along some strong credentials. He previously coached TC3 for more than a decade, putting together one of the most impressive runs of success of any TC3 team in any sport. During a four year span, TC3 won two Region III titles, never finished worse than third in the Region and had two top-seven finishes at nationals. He coached an individual national champion, a two-time All-American, three MSAC individual champions, and dozens of all-region and all-MSAC performers. Coach McDaniel has coached men and women golfers, including TC3's first woman golfer to qualify for the national tournament, by working with each golfer on all facets of the game. His knowledge, experience, and coaching style translates to a positive experience for all his student athletes.
Contact: mrm@TC3.edu, 607-844-8222, Ext.4492
Coach Ewing is in his second year with the Panthers, bringing years of experience as a player and coach to the program. Prior to joining the TC3 staff, he served as the assistant golf coach at Cazenovia College, an NCAA Division III program. A competitive golfer with a 6 handicap, Coach Ewing has worked professionally as a caddy on both the LPGA and LPGA Symetra Tours. He brings tremendous experience and a strong desire to work with Coach McDaniel to create a supportive and successful environment for the Panther golfers.
Saturday, May 01, 2004
TC3's two female golfers competed at the Jefferson Community College Invitational. Ashlee Lane led the way with a score of 101. Ashley Rosenberger fired a 123.
Wednesday, April 28, 2004
TC3's Ashlee Lane broke 100 for the first time this season, firing a 98 at the Mid-State Athletic Conference tournament Wednesday. The event, hosted by TC3, was played at the par-72 the Cortland Country Club.
Sunday, April 25, 2004
Ashley Lane carded the top score from a female golfer at the SUNY Cobleskill Invite Sunday. Lane, playing just her secound round of the year, fired a 101, six strokes better than the second place finisher. Teammate Ashley Rosenberger continued her steady improvement with a 110.
Saturday, April 24, 2004
Both Ashley Lane and Ashley Rosenberger took part in the SUNY Delhi Invitational. Lane led the way with a 105, followed by a 112 for Rosenberger. For Lane it was her first round of the season, while Rosenberger dropped eight strokes from her previous best.
Monday, April 12, 2004
Ashley Rosenberger opened her 2004 season at the Mohawk Valley Community College Invitational on April 12. Playing for the first time as a Panther, Rosenberger carded a 120 to finish second among women golfers.