The NCCGA Fall National Championship was contested at Barefoot Resort, Myrtle Beach, SC  November 16-17.  The Love and Dye championship courses served as venue for 24 teams and a total of 208 players.

The CJ Konkowski, UNH, finished T2 at +5/149 for individual honors. Overall the UNH Wildcats team finished 6th.

The Providence College team finished T11 with Purdue while PC Friar Jamie Ferullo finished T13 at +9/153 in the individual results.

The New England and Northern New England Regions are two of the newest regions with a total of 20 schools. The Wildcats and Friars represented New England well. UNH finished in the top 10 both individual and team. PC in the top 15 in both categories.

The National Collegiate Club Golf Association, (NCCGA), is one of the fastest growing organizations on college campuses. The NCCGA was formed to give non-varsity collegians the opportunity to play competitive golf at the next level for both men and women.

The NCCGA holds Spring, (semester), and Fall, (semester), National Championships. The NCCGA regions hold 2 qualifying events in both Spring and Fall. The team finishing first in each Region qualifies to play in the National Championship.

The NCCGA also allows for individual men and women from colleges and universities not members to compete individually. So, if you are sitting in your room reading this and want more information on how your school can become a member of this popular collegiate organization go to NCCGA.org to learn how to get involved.