James Widman
James Widman
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Middlebury, Conn.
High School: Pomperaug

2008-2009: Named to the 2009 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... Led the team in average stokes with an 80.7 ... Completed the season with a team-best 238 score at the Patriot League Championship ... During the fall, shot the team's lowest round of 70 and combined for a team-best score of 226 at the MacDonald Cup ... Marked a two-round score of 165 at the NEIGA Championship ... Began spring action with a tie for the team-best two-round score of 162 at the George Washington Invitational ... Placed 11th overall and first on the team at the Lou Flumere Invitational with a round of 78 ... Shot a 77 and an 88 at the Northeast Invitational.

2007-2008: Led the team with a 17th place finish at the New England Division I Championship, with 151 strokes over two rounds ... Placed 25th at the Patriot League Championship, with a three-round total of 249 strokes ... Came in 42nd at the Lou Flumere Invitational, shooting an 83 ... Finished 42nd at the Fort Lauderdale Spring Classic, totaling 176 strokes over two rounds ... Placed 136th at the NEIGA Championship, with a two-round total of 168 strokes ... Shot an 85 in the dual meet with St. Anselm to place ninth ... Came in 69th at the ECAC Championship, with 172 strokes over two rounds ... Finished 100th at the MacDonald Cup with a two-round total of 160 strokes ... Placed 13th at the Dartmouth Invitational, totaling 156 strokes over two rounds.

High School: Four-year letterwinner for coach Rich Szymanski at Pomperaug High School ... Served as team captain during senior season ... Earned All South-West Conference honors all four years ... Led team to South-West Conference championships in 2006 and 2007 ... Also a member of the swimming team at Pomperaug, earning All-America honors.


Widman's Career Statistics

Season Rounds Strokes Average Low Round
2007-2008 17 1400 82.4 75
2008-2009 14 1130 80.7 70
Career 31 2530 81.6 70