Northeast Region

Regional Leaders

Rank Team Name Points
T1 Syracuse University (A) 12
T1 University of Buffalo (A) 12
3 Saint Bonaventure University 4
T4 SUNY Cortland 1
T4 University of Buffalo (B) 1
Spring 2022 Tournaments
Traditions At the Glen
4101 Watson Blvd
Johnson City, NY - 13790-1028
Mar 26, 2022 12:00 pm
Mar 27, 2022 10:00 am
Mark Twain Golf Course
2275 Corning Rd
Elmira Heights, NY - 14903-1031
Apr 2, 2022 12:00 pm
Apr 3, 2022 10:00 am
Cable Hollow Golf Course
405 Norberg Rd
Russell, PA - 16345-5109
Apr 9, 2022 12:00 pm
Apr 10, 2022 12:00 pm
Kyle Nedlik
SUNY Binghamton Club Golf President
"Club golf has allowed me to stay competitive in golf throughout my college career, while also allowing me time to focus on my academics and other interests in my life. It has allowed me to experience competitive golf in a freer and more dynamic/flexible way than a NCAA college team would. My teammates that I have become friends with through club golf will be friends for a lifetime."
Student Ambassador
Zachary Sherwood
Student Ambassador from Ithaca College
Grew up in Ithaca NY, went to a small town high school playing baseball, soccer, and basketball. Picked up golf as a hobby in 2016 and what was a passion is now and obsession. I go to Ithaca College and my favorite golfer is Phil Mickelson.
The Northeast Region was one of the first NCCGA teams founded in 2009 and currently encompasses the state of New York. SUNY College at Cortland had a long running streak of regional championships including both Spring & Fall of 2014, 2015, and 2016. Niagara University took over the region in Spring 2017, representing the Northeast at the National Championship in Hot Springs, AR and in Fall 2017 at Paiute in Vegas. The Northeast also features one of the NCCGA’s all women’s teams at RPI. The Northeast Region now joins New England, North, Northern New England, and Northwest regions as a member of Zone #1. In the fall of 2017, Niagara made the trip to Las Vegas as they qualified for the first ever National Invitational. Also, making the trip was Nick Young from SUNY Albany. In the spring of 2018, Niagara made the trip to the NIT yet again, which was hosted in St. Louis. In the fall of 2018, University of Buffalo wont he region and made the trip to Barefoot and represented the region. They finished with a team score of 892 and enjoyed their first ever Nationals appearance! RIT kept the trend alive, making their first event Nationals appearance! They won the region and qualified for the spring 2019 Invitational