Sophomore Nick Buenaventura carded a two-round score of 145 to lead the Trinity College golf team to second place in the NESCAC Championship Tournament at Shuttle
Meadow Country Clubin Berlin, Connecticut. Leading the tourney after the first day, Trinity finished two strokes behind league champion Williams College with a two-day score of 594. Trinity had earned the right to host the four-team tournament with its victory in the 10-team NESCAC Qualifying Tournament in September. Bantam sophomore and 2012-13 NESCAC Player of the Year Greg Palmer was fifth among individuals with a 147, and senior tri-captain Jack Palley and sophomore Donald Hunt tied for 10th place at 151.
The 2013 season marked the last for retiring head coach Bill Detrick, who led the Bantams for 23 years. Detrick came to Trinity in 1990 after a legendary tenure as head men’s basketball coach at Central Connecticut State University, where the gymnasium bears his name. A 1950 graduate of Central Connecticut, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in business education, Detrick also has a master’s degree in guidance from New York University.