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Stobs Selected for Men's Golf National Panel

Barry University men's golf coach Jimmy Stobs has been chosen by Golfweek to serve on a panel at the Golf Coaches Association of America convention in Las Vegas next month. Stobs, who has steered the Buccaneers to three NCAA Division II National Championships in his 13 years at the Miami Shores, Fla., institution, will be joined by Kent State...  read more

Svensson Named PNGA Men's Golf Player of the Year

Barry University men's golfer Adam Svensson was named the Pacific Northwest Golf Association's 2014 Men's Player of the Year. Svensson, a junior from Surrey, B.C., won a school-record seven tournaments in the 12 NCAA Division II events he competed in for the Buccaneers. He also was named the Jack Nicklaus Division II National Player of the Year....  read more

Men's Golf 3rd in Latest GCAA Poll

NORMAN, Okla. -- Barry University men's golf team is ranked third in the Golf Coaches Association of America poll released Friday. It is the final poll of the fall season. The Buccaneers, who were tied for second with South Carolina-Aiken in the previous NCAA Division II national rankings, received four first-place votes and 414 points. Aiken...  read more

Men's Golf: Svensson Ties for 4th in El Paso

EL PASO, Texas -- Barry University's Adam Svensson shot 6-under 207 at the Sun Bowl Western Refining College All-America Golf Classic to finish tied for fourth in a 19-player field of top college players. The junior from Surrey Vancouver, B.C., shot 70-68-69 in the two-day tournament featuring some of the nation's top players primarily from NCAA...  read more

Svensson to Play in Sun Bowl All-America Classic

Barry University junior men's golfer Adam Svensson will play in the Sun Bowl Western Refining All-America Golf Classic in El Paso Saturday and Sunday. Svensson is the NCAA Division II's lone representative competing in the 21-player invitation-only elite field at the par-71, 6,781-yard El Paso Country Club course. This year marks the 40th...  read more

Men's Golf No. 2 in GCAA National Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – Barry University men's golf team is tied for No. 2 in the Golf Coaches Association of America poll released Friday. The Buccaneers, who held the No. 1 spot since May 24, 2013 when they won the first of their two straight NCAA Division II National Championships, still received the most first place votes (8). The Bucs held the...  read more

Men's Golf Concludes Fall Season

SEASIDE, Calif. – Barry University men's golf team finished fifth at the Otter Invitational, hosted by Cal State Monterey Bay. The Buccaneers, who completed the fall season with its fourth top-five finish, shot 307 in the final round for a 908 54-hole total at Bayonet & Black Horse Golf Club. Nova Southeastern won the tournament,...  read more

Men's Golf 5th at Otter Invitational

SEASIDE, Calif. – Barry University men's golf team found itself in fifth place after two rounds of the Cal State Monterey Bay Otter Invitational. The No. 1-ranked Buccaneers shot 302-299 – 601 Monday. Nova Southeastern leads the 18-team tournament at 8-over 584. Monterey Bay is second at 12-over, British Columbia third at 16-over 592...  read more

Barry Honors Men's Golf, Women's Tennis

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – In a span of five days, Barry University honored two teams for their 2014 NCAA Division II National Championships. Barry's men's golf team was honored Thursday with a prestigious ring ceremony in the Landon Atrium to commemorate its back-to-back championship. The Buccaneers women's tennis team received their rings Monday...  read more

Buccaneer Golf Day Another Success

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. – Casey Griffin, Marc Pumo, Raul Avilez, Greg Maya and Barry University men's golfer Nico Cavero won the 18-hole scramble event at the ninth annual Buccaneer Golf Day Friday at Normandy Shores Golf Club. The winners shot a 17-under 54 on the par-71 course, home to Barry University men's golf program's Buccaneer Invitational...  read more

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