Junior Doug Walters is part of a core of returning upperclassmen for Rutgers. Seven of 10 golfers will be juniors and seniors next season.
Senior John Fagan maintains a good attitude, despite missing consecutive tournaments for the first time since 2010.
Senior John Fagan will have time to work on his game during Rutgers’ two-week break before the Rutherford Invitational.
Junior Doug Walters completed his best score of the season at the Whiting-Turner Towson Invitational.
Junior Doug Walters finished the year with an average of 75.1 strokes per round, which led the Knights under Rob Shutte.
Junior Jonathan Renza led the Knights in Ireland with a final score of 156 and paced the tournament with seven birdies.
Junior co-captain Doug Walters has improved his stroke total to at least two fewer each season since coming to Rutgers.
Junior co-captain Doug Walters said head coach Rob Schutte holds intrasquad competitions in order to keep skills sharp.
Junior co-captain Doug Walters lead the Knights to their upcoming tournament in Ireland. The weather conditions the team will face in Ireland are similar to those it encountered at the Hartford Hawks Invitational.
Junior Doug Walters paced the Knights with a final score of 224, good enough for a 15th-place finish out of 88 athletes.
Freshman Jonathan Chang paced the Knights in his first career home tournament, shooting a 212, good for fifth place.
Freshman Jonathan Chang finished in third place this weekend at the Rutgers Invitational, where he shot a 212 to lead the Knights to No. 2 overall finish on their home course.
Junior Doug?Walters recorded a score of 217.