Cats Wielding Clubs Win Goss Cup

SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. – Vermont’s Tim Rawding (Verona, N.J.) fired a 77 to win medallist honors as the Catamount golf team won the 48th renewal of the JW Goss Cup, the state championship in collegiate golf, at Vermont National Country Club. Vermont, which won the Goss Cup for the third straight year under head coach Mike Gilligan, finished with 411 total strokes. Middlebury was second with 419, while Saint Michael’s was third with 434. Catamount senior Tim Morris (Newbury, Vt) shot an 82 while David Grossman (Linwood, N.J.), Tom Rogers (Acton, Mass.) and Kevin Solomon (Rye, N.Y.) all had 84s. For Middlebury, Jay Yanamine shot an 80, while Chuck Clelemtn shot an 82 and Mitch St. Peter came in with an 84. Saint Michael’s was led by Chris Chase’s 81.Team results: 1. Vermont 4112. Middlebury 419 3. Saint Michael’s 434Vermont (411): Tim Rawding 77, Tim Morris 82, David Grossman 84, Tom Rogers 84, Kevin Solomon 84.Middlebury (419): Jay Yonamine 80, Chuck Clement 82, Mitch St. Peter 84, Chad Bellmare 86, Derek Singer 87.Saint Michael’s (434): Chris Chase 81, Cameron Velott 84, Mike Duffy 88, Greg Duval 88, Greg Stopera 93.-Athletic Communications