SCOTT TRETHEWEY - Men's Golf 1988-1991
Men's golf has always been one of the most successful programs at Bryant . This year, one of its best will become the eighth golfer to be inducted into the hall of fame. Scott Trethewey '91, a native of Walpole, Mass. was a two-time all-American as a player at Bryant from 1988 to 1991. The medalist at the 1989 and 1990 Northeast-10 Conference championships, Trethewey still holds the conference record for highest win-margin at the Northeast-10 championship. In 1990, he was a medalist at the 1990 New England Championships with a score of 151 at a time when Division I, Division II, and Division III all competed at the same championship. He earned similar honors at the ECAC. regional championship, leading Bryant to its first ECAC title at the University Maryland. A three-time all-New England selection and four-time all-conference selection, Trethewey was a Third Team All-American in 1990 and First Team All-American honoree in 1991. In 1997, Trethewey won the Rhode Island Open Championship. Today, Trethewey is a PGA Professional at Milton Hoosic Country Club.