UPPERCO, Md. – Penn State Altoona men’s golf finished its 2017-18 schedule on Monday with a strong showing in the Stevenson University Spring Invitational at Piney Branch Golf Club, as the Lions placed fourth out of nine teams with a combined score of 322.
ABBOTTSTOWN, Pa. – Penn State Altoona men’s golf opened its 2018 spring season on Tuesday in the Gettysburg College Spring Invitational at Hanover Country Club, and the Lions finished the day in ninth place out of 15 teams.
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. – On Tuesday, day two of NCAA Division III Week, the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference announced its 2017-18 Team Peak Performers, the teams with the highest collective grade point averages in their respective conference sports.
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. - A pair of Penn State Altoona men's golfers were selected for Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference postseason recognition, as the league announced its All-Conference Team for golf on Friday morning.
In the month of October, the Penn State Altoona golf team and head coach Tom Koehle have been showing their support for the fight against breast cancer through involvement with "Real Men Wear Pink," an initiative from the American Cancer Society.
ABBOTTSTOWN, Pa. - Penn State Altoona men's golf played its final regular season event of its schedule on Wednesday afternoon, when it placed sixth out of 12 teams in the Gettysburg College Invitational at Hanover Country Club.
MEADVILLE, Pa. - After the second and final day of the 44th Annual Guy and Jean Kuhn Memorial Invitational, hosted by Allegheny College at the Country Club of Meadville, the Penn State Altoona golf team placed 10th out of 18 teams.
MEADVILLE, Pa. - After the first day of the 44th Annual Guy and Jeanne Kuhn Memorial Invitational hosted by Allegheny College at the Country Club of Meadville on Sunday, the Penn State Altoona men's golf team found itself tied for ninth place out of 18 teams.
BRADFORD, Pa. - Penn State Altoona men's golf started its 2017 schedule on Saturday afternoon in the Pitt-Bradford Invitational at Pine Acres Country Club, and the Lions played to a fourth place finish out of 16 teams in the event.
Last season, the Penn State Altoona golf program fought through inconsistency during the course of the season to ultimately place third in the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Championships. This fall, head coach Tom Koehle hopes that his young roster will settle into a groove and play up to its potential.