2013-14 Men's Golf News Archives
July 24, 2014
Maietta earns Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar status
BRISTOL, Tenn. – During the summer months, many coaches associations had out awards for student-athletes in that sport, and the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) announced their Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar athletes earlier this week. King University’s men’s golfer, Ross Maietta was one of 75 NCAA Division II golfers that earned the distinction.
April 15, 2014
King, Numpituckchaikul take 5th at rain-shortened CC Championships
BROWNS SUMMIT, N.C. – With rain falling in Greensboro area, the final round of the Conference Carolinas Men’s Golf Championships has been cancelled, meaning the second round scores are final. The Tornado finished the tournament in fifth with a stroke total of 597, and were led by Leennawat Numpituckchaikul who also took fifth.
April 14, 2014
Tornado move up CC leaderboard with round of 289
BROWNS SUMMIT, N.C. – The King University men’s golf team, along with Leennawat Numpituckchaikul moved up the leaderboard in the second round of the Conference Carolinas Championships on Monday. The Tornado posted a score of 289, to move into fifth place with one round remaining while Numpituckchaikul moved into fifth place on the individual leaderboard.
April 14, 2014
Numpituckchaikul named third team all-conference
BRISTOL, Tenn. – For the first time in his career, King University men’s golfer, Leennawat Numpituckchaikul has earned postseason recognition from Conference Carolinas. The sophomore has been nothing short of consistent this season, garnering third team all-conference honors.
April 13, 2014
Tornado in sixth after opening round of conference championships
BROWNS SUMMIT, N.C. – The King University men’s golf opened play at the Conference Carolinas Championships, and posted a first round score of 308. The Tornado are in sixth place, and were led by Leennawat Numpituckchaikul who is in 10th with two rounds remaining.
April 7, 2014
Four Tornado golfers named academic all-conference
BRISTOL, Tenn. – With the Conference Carolinas Championships coming up next week, the league announced their men’s and women’s golf academic all-conference honorees. Three of the Tornado women’s golfers were honored and one member of the men’s team earned recognition.
April 1, 2014
Bunaes takes 8th, King 5th at Cliffs Intercollegiate
GREENVILLE, S.C. – The King University men’s golf team improved on their first round score at the Cliffs Intercollegiate with a second round of 298 to place fifth with a total of 604. Mathias Bunaes led the Tornado with an eighth place finish.
March 31, 2014
Tornado in sixth after first round of Cliffs Intercollegiate
GREENVILLE, S.C. – In their final tournament before the Conference Carolinas Championships, the King University men’s golf team shot 306 in the first round of the North Greenville Cliffs Intercollegiate. The Tornado are in sixth place after the first round, and were led by Mathias Bunaes who is in 12th place.
March 23, 2014
Maietta leads King to 11th place finish
NINETY SIX, S.C. – The King University men’s golf team finished in a tie for 11th place at the Lander University Bearcat Golf Classic over the weekend, propelled by a pair of strong individual performances in the three-round, two-day format.
March 22, 2014
Bunaes in sixth after first round at Lander
GREENWOOD, S.C. – The King University men’s golf team opened play at the 2014 Lander University Bearcat Golf Classic with a pair of strong individual performances in the first round that will leave two Tornado golfers in contention for top-10 finishes over the final 18 holes.
March 4, 2014
King shoots best round of season, places fourth
SALISBURY, N.C. – The King University men’s golf turned in their best round of the season in the final round of the Richard Randleman Invitational, carding a 286. The Tornado finished fourth in the 18-team tournament, only three strokes behind the tournament’s winner, Limestone College. Leennawat Numpituckchaikul led King with a seventh place finish.
March 3, 2014
King sixth after first day of Richard Randleman Invite
SALISBURY, N.C. – The King University men’s golf team took to the course again on Monday at the Richard Randleman Invitational and turned in a solid performance in the 18-team field. After the first round, King is in sixth place after shooting 315. Leennawat Numpituckchaikul and Taylor Gouge both shot 76 to lead the Tornado.
February 11, 2014
Tornado finish 13th in first spring event
FLEMING ISLAND, Fla. – The King University men’s golf team wrapped up play at the Spring Kickoff Intercollegiate on Tuesday, and finished 13th of 15 teams at the event. The Tornado posted a round three score of 303, and a tournament score of 903.
February 10, 2014
Tornado 11th after first day of Spring Kickoff Intercollegiate
FLEMING ISLAND, Fla. – The King University men’s golf team competed at the Spring Kickoff Intercollegiate on Monday, sitting in 11th position of 16 teams heading into Tuesday’s final round. Teams played two rounds on Monday and will play one round Tuesday in the 54-hole format.
October 29, 2013
Tornado finish sixth at Rock Barn Intercollegiate
CONOVER, N.C. – After shooting an opening-round 308 at the Rock Barn Intercollegiate on Monday, the King University men’s golf team shot a 309 on Tuesday to finish in sixth place with a 617 for the tournament. Freshman Cody Boyer led the Tornado with a 15th place finish.
October 28, 2013
Tornado in sixth after first round of Rock Barn Intercollegiate
CONOVER, N.C. – With the fall season winding down, the King University men’s golf team shot a 308 in the first round of the Rock Barn Intercollegiate, putting them in sixth place. Leennawat Numpituckchaikul and Cody Boyer paced the Tornado, each carding 75.
October 1, 2013
Tornado finish 5th at King University Invitational
BRISTOL, Tenn. – King’s Ross Maietta paced the Tornado in the King University Invitational Monday and Tuesday, shooting a three-over par 143 to take sixth place overall in the event. The Tornado shot a second round 288 for a tournament total of 581 to finish fifth of nine teams.
September 30, 2013
Tornado shoot 293 in KU Invite first round
BRISTOL, Tenn. – After a couple weeks off, the King University men’s golf team started their home tournament, the King University Invitational, with a team score of 293. The Tornado are in fifth place after the first of two rounds, and were led by Cody Boyer’s 72.
September 17, 2013
King finishes 14th at Kiawah Island Invite
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. – The King University men’s golf team wrapped up play at the Kiawah Island Invitational on Tuesday with a second round score of 314 in tough conditions. The Tornado posted a tournament score of 613 to place 14th in the field of 17 teams.
September 16, 2013
Tornado shoot 299 in first round of Kiawah Island Invite
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. – The King University men’s golf team turned in their best round of the season on Monday in the first round of the Kiawah Island Invitational. The Tornado posted a team score of 299 while Leennawat Numpituckchaikul carded a two-under par 70 to lead the team.
September 10, 2013
Tornado finish 12th at season opening tournament
SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. – The King University men’s golf team wrapped up their season opening tournament with a team score of 306 in the second round of the Smokey Mountain Intercollegiate. The Tornado had a tournament score of 615 to place 12th while Leennawat Numpituckchaikul carded a second round of even-par 72 to finish ninth in field of more than 90 golfers.
September 9, 2013
Numpituckchaikul leads Tornado in Smoky Mountain first round
SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. –The King University men’s golf team opened their season on Monday at the Smoky Mountain Intercollegiate hosted by Carson-Newman University. The Tornado carded a 309 in the first round, and were led by sophomore Leennawat Numpituckchaikul who shot a 74.
September 3, 2013
Experience to lead Tornado in 2013-14
BRISTOL, Tenn. – The 2012-13 season may have come to a disappointing end, but the King University men’s golf team still had a successful campaign, winning two tournaments and finishing second in two others. King should be experienced this year, returning five golfers that appeared in at least 10 rounds a season ago, including three that competed in every event.