Sophomore Jeff Durkin finished third overall with a two-day score of 148 to lead the Bantams to second place in the team standings at the NESCAC Golf Championship Qualifying Tournament at Brunswick Golf Club. Trinity was the model of consistency, posting 306 both days to finish with a team score of 612. Durkin turned in identical rounds of 74 to finish four over par and three shots off the first-place pace. Trinity junior captain Greg Palmer, the 2012 medalist in this tournament won by the Bantams last fall, tied two others for fifth at 152 (75-77), and classmate Nick Buenaventura tied several others for 12th place at 155. Middlebury won the event and will host the four-team NESCAC Championship Tournament on April 26 and 27 at Ralph Myhre Golf Course. The Panthers totaled 595 as a team and will join the Bantams, Amherst (619), and Williams (622) in the spring tourney. Durkin and Palmer were named to the All-NESCAC First Team, and Buenaventura graced the All-NESCAC Second Team. Palmer was the 2012 NESCAC Player of the Year, and Buenaventura was the 2011 NESCAC Rookie of the Year. Both were named to the All-NESCAC First Team last season, and Buenaventura was an All-NESCAC First Team selection in 2011 as well.