Nick Buenaventura '15Photo by Jonathan Lester

Nick Buenaventura ’15
Photo by Jonathan Lester

Senior co-captain Nick Buenaventura fired a 72 to tie two others for the lowest score of the final round, but it was not enough for Trinity to climb the team standings on day two of the 2015 NESCAC Championship Tournament at Middlebury College’s Ralph Myhre Course. The Bantams shot 311 as a squad, two better than their opening round total, to finish 29 strokes off the pace of league champion Middlebury at 595 for the weekend. Williams was second at 609 and Hamilton was fourth at 633 to round out the four-team field. Buenaventura improved eight strokes to tie for fifth among individuals at 152 for the weekend, while rookie Nate Choukas tied for ninth at 157, junior Jeff Durkin tied for 12th at 158, and senior co-captain Greg Palmer and classmate R.J. Ugolik tied for 14th at 159.