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.
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 Tompkins Cortland for more than a decade, putting together one of the most impressive runs of success of any Tompkins Cortland team in any sport. During a four year span, the Panthers 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 the College'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.
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Coach Collins comes to Tompkins Cortland after spending seven years as the head golf coach at SUNY Broome. During his time with the Hornets he coached several regional and national qualifiers while creating one of the most consistent programs in the region. Having led a successful program, he brings to the Panthers an understanding of the game and what it takes to be successful on the regional and national level.
Coach Collins also spent eight years as head coach of the ice hockey team at SUNY Broome, earning Region III Coach of the Year honors three times. He remains a USA Hockey certified instructor and serves as head coach of the ice hockey team at Union-Endicott.
Sunday, May 02, 2010
The Tompkins Cortland Community College golf team won the Mid-State Athletic Conference championship Sunday, firing the top score among the MSAC teams at the TC3 Panther Invitational. TC3 carded a score of 313 to top Jefferson (319), Corning (327), Broome (338), and Cayuga (350) for the MSAC title. A total of 11 teams participated in the Panther Invitational, which Monroe won with a 287.
Craig Smith (Remsen H.S./Remsen) earned the conference medalist honors with a 75, followed by Troy Whittemore (Ithaca H.S./Ithaca) at 76. Andrew Farrell (East Syracuse-Minoa H.S./East Syracuse) came in with a 78, Zach Taylor (Owego Free Academy/Owego) fired an 84 and Shawn Crossett (Charles O. Dickerson H.S./Trumansburg) carded a 92.
Lauren Tallman (Ithaca H.S./Ithaca) won the female division of the tournament with an 80.
Saturday, May 01, 2010
On Saturday, the Panthers finished fourth at the Corning Invitational at the Corning Country Club with a 334. Erie won the event with a 320 followed by Jamestown at 324 and Jefferson at 332. Whittemore finished second among individuals with a 77. Taylor carded an 81, with Crossett at 87, and Farrell and Smith each at 89.
Tallman again won the female division with an 85.
Sunday, April 25, 2010
The Tompkins Cortland Community College golf team took home a fourth place finish at the Jefferson Invitational Sunday. The Panthers fired a team score of 342 to tail host Jefferson (321), Mohawk Valley (324), and Corning (329). Cayuga (360) and Broome (364) rounded out the six-team field.
Andrew Farrell (East Syracuse-Minoa H.S./East Syracuse) led the Panthers with an 82, good for another top-ten finish. Troy Whittemore (Ithaca H.S./Ithaca) was next at 85 with Craig Smith (Remsen H.S./Remsen) next at 86. Sean Crossett (Charles O. Dickerson H.S./Trumansburg) rounded out the team with an 89.
Lauren Tallman (Ithaca H.S./Ithaca) won the female division of the tournament with an 87.
Friday, April 23, 2010
The Tompkins Cortland Community College golf team captured third place at Friday's Nicholas J. DeSocio Memorial Invitational hosted by Cayuga Community College. Monroe won the eight-team event held at the Highland Park Golf course in Auburn with a score of 304, followed by Jefferson at 312 and TC3 at 321.
Andrew Farrell (East Syracuse-Minoa H.S./East Syracuse) led the Panthers with a 76, good for a top-five individual finish. Troy Whittemore (Ithaca H.S./Ithaca) was next at 80 while Zach Taylor (Owego Free Academy/Owego) fired an 81. Craig Smith (Remsen H.S./Remsen) came in with an 84 while Sean Crossett (Charles O. Dickerson H.S./Trumansburg) carded a 94.
Lauren Tallman (Ithaca H.S./Ithaca) won the female division of the tournament with an 88.
Saturday, April 10, 2010
The Tompkins Cortland Community College golf team posted its second straight strong showing, taking second place Saturday at the Broome Invitational. TC3 scored 329 to finish behind only Monroe Community College (301) in the 11-team tournament. The event was held at the Endwell Greens Golf Course.
Craig Smith (Remsen H.S./Remsen) led TC3 with a 78. Troy Whittemore (Ithaca H.S./Ithaca), who fired a hole-in-one on the 125-yard seventh hole, finished with an 81. Zach Taylor (Owego Free Academy/Owego) carded an 82 and both Andrew Ferrell (East Syracuse-Minoa H.S./East Syracuse) and Sean Crossett (Charles O. Dickerson H.S./Trumansburg) finished at 88. Ben Finn from Monroe was the medalist at 74.
Lauren Tallman (Ithaca H.S./Ithaca) was the best scoring female golfer, carding a 95.