• Organizational Meeting

    There will be an organization meeting on Friday, September 7th @ 4pm in the Kiernan Center Lounge. This meeting is for new and returning players. If you are interested but cannot attend the meeting or need more information, contact J.J. Napoli at jnapoli2@mail.niagara.edu   Read on →

  • NCCGA Tournament St. Louis, MO

    By John Spanbauer

    The Niagara University Purple Eagles represented the National Collegiate Golf Association (NCCGA) Northeast Region in the NCCGA’s National Invitation Tournament that took place in in St. Louis, MO during the weekend of April 28-29, 2018.  The pristine private facility Bogey Hill Country Club played host to 120 club golfers (14 teams and 8 individuals).Miami of Ohio won the NCCGA’s NIT with a total score of 769 for the two day tournament. Niagara had strong individual performances by Joseph Napole  (81 & 73) and Andrew Depuy (79 & 75) to help to Purple Eagles finish in the 12th place position. Napole and Depuy finished tied for 7th place for individual honors.Niagara University was represented by John Anderson, David Fish, Andrew Depuy, Robert Milewski and Joseph Napoli Read on →

  • NCCGA National Invitation Tournament - Las Vegas

    By John

    Niagara golfer Andrew Depuy posted a first round score of 79 that put him in a tie for 40th in the NCCGA National Invitation Tournament held at Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort on the Sun Mountain Course. What was scheduled to be a two day tournament was shortened to one day due to unplayable conditions on day 2 due to high winds.  Clemson University won the tournament with a combined team score of 385. The low individual score was recorded by Brian Blessing from the Golf Academy of America-Myrtle Beach.This was Niagara University’s first time completing in the National Invitational Tournament and were one of only 14 teams in the country to qualify. Eight players from the university attended, including: Andrew Depuy, J.J. Napoli, John Anderson, Dustin Furness, Kyle Schultze, Nick Matos, James Spanbauer and Bryce Callen. Following behind Andrew Depuy's score of 79 the top four scores included: Joseph Napoli  81, Kyle Schultze 84 and Nick Matos 87.The Niagara University Purple Eagles finished the Fall 2017 season ranked #1 in the Northeast Region.  In Zone 1 the team ranked #8 out of 48 teams, and ranked #81 nationally out of over 350 teams. To find more information on the tournament you can go to: https://nextgengolf.org/fall-2017-nccga-national-invitational-tournament-paiute-golf-resort/ Read on →

  • NIagara Qualifies for National Tournament

    By John Spanbauer

    The National Collegiate Club Golf Association (NCCGA) hosted the 2nd golf tournament of the season in Northeast Region at Greystone Golf Club on October 14 & 15, 2017. Niagara showed a strong performance and won the division with a combined score of 801. SUNY ESF finished a close second with a score of 805 and St. Bonaventure finishing third with a score of 818.  The first day of competition was a beautiful day with Joe Napoli leading all Niagara golfers by posting a score of 75. The second day of competition was a very windy day with gust up to 50 mph and caused some crazy and difficult golf shots. The Purple Eagles made it through the windy conditions and Andy Depuy carded a 76 which would be the low score on the second day of the tournament.  here are the top 5 finishers for Niagara:Joseph Napoli      75 + 80 = 155 Zachary Farkas    77 + 80 = 157 Andrew Dupuy     84 + 76 = 160 Nick Matos           77 + 85 = 162 Michael MacPheson 85 + 86 = 171  Niagara swept both NCGGA Regional Tournaments and has qualified for the National Invitation Tournament that will take place at Paiute Resort in Las Vegas during the time period of December 1-3, 2017.  Key Features of the National InvitationalThe winner of the National Invitational will receive a bid to the Spring 2018 NCCGA National Championship Players will have the chance to meet and compete against Srixon Tour Pro Smylie Kaufman on Saturday after the round The National Invitational will provide more teams of a similar skill level an opportunity to compete and win a national tournament Teams that are only able to play in one NCCGA regional tournament will be eligible to qualify for the National Invitational Read on →

  • Niagara wins first NCCGA event!

    Niagara University took first place in the National Collegiate Club Golf Association (NCCGA) Northeast Tournament that was held at Seneca Hickory Stick Golf Course.  The win was the first tournament win in team history for the Niagara team. Niagara’s total score of 791 was good enough to beat the second place team St. Bonaventure by 29 strokes.  The tournament featured 6 teams with over 60 players competing for their respective University’s.  Schools that competed included: St. Bonaventure, SUNY Cortland, SUNY ESF, Syracuse, University of Buffalo and Cornell. Read on →

  • 2017 Accomplishments

    Qualified for the National Collegiate Club Golf Association (NCCGA) held in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Read on →