The Dominican College men’s golf team won the 2018 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Golf Championship held September 29-30, 2018 at the Deerfield Golf Course in Newark, DE. The Chargers compiled team scores of 298 both days to finish the tournament with a final score of 596 (+36) to win their third CACC Tournament in program history, after winning back-to-back championships in 2001 and 2002.
For alumnus Keith Prokop ’14, who coaches the team, winning the championship was a dream come true. “It meant everything. My goal for our college program here was to complete three things: win a CACC, win a Regional Championship, and attend a National Championship. This was the last thing on the list that this team needed to accomplish,” he said.
Coach Prokop attributes the victory to the players’ hard work and dedication, as well as to the great competition among his players. For the spring season, Coach Prokop hopes the players will improve both mentally and physically so that they have a chance to win the NCAA East/Atlantic Super Regionals and another chance to compete in the NCAA Division II National Championship.