Scott Warren was named golf coach in August 2012. He has been a PGA professional for more than 15 years.
The College of Saint Rose finished fifth, seven shots out of fourth, in the fall 2018-19 New England Intercollegiate Golf Association (NEIGA) Division-II Championship at The Captains Course in Brewster, Mass. Saint Anselm College rallied from a five-stroke deficit during the final round to beat runner-up Assumption College by six shots. It was Saint Anselm's third NEIGA title since 2010. The course was par 72, measuring 6,650 yards and produced an average 18-hole score of 81.4 strokes.
Kyle Adams placed 10th (80-80=160) and Alex Gibson tied for 11th (81-80=161) to lead the Golden Knights.
Saint Rose shot 300-304 to take sixth in the fall 2018-19 Northeast-10 Conference Championship at En Joie Golf Course in Endicott, N.Y. Southern New Hampshire posted the low score in each round and beat runner-up Bentley by 12 strokes. The course was par 72, measuring 6,750 yards and produced an average 18-hole score of 76.5 strokes.
Kyle Adams tied for fifth (71-74=145) to lead the Golden Knights. Matt Sweet tied for 18th (74-76=150).
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St. Rose placed fifth in the fall 2017-18 New England Intercollegiate Golf Assocation (NEIGA) D-II Championship, and eighth in the Northeast-10 Championship.
St. Rose missed a top-10 finish by a shot at the 20-team 2017 NCAA D-II Atlantic/East Regional. St. Rose placed fourth in the fall 2016-17 New Engiand Intercollegiate Golf Assocation (NEIGA) D-II Championship, and third in the Northeast 10 Conference Championship.
College of St. Rose finished fourth in the fall 2015-16 Northeast-10 Conference Championship , and sixht in the iNew England Intercollegiate Golf Association (NEIGA) Division II Championship.
The Golden Knights claimed fifth in the fall 2014-15 New England Intercollegiate Golf Association (NEIGA) Division II tournament, and seventh in the Northeast 10 Conference Championship.
College of St. Rose tied for 20th in the fall 2013-14 New England Intercollegiate Golf Assocation (NEIGA) Championship, and eighth in the Northeast 10 Conference tournament.
College of St. Rose finished 11th in the fall 2012-13 Northeast 10 Conference Championship, fifth in 2011 and third in 2010.