Williams Pair Misses the Cut at U.S. Amateur Championships

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PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- Williams College juniors Sam Goldenring and Will Kannegieser each missed the cut to go to match play at this week's U.S. Amateur Championship.
 
Goldenring came closer at 7-over-par after two rounds of stroke play on Pebble Beach Golf Links and Spyglass Hill Golf Resort.
 
He went 5-over on the second day of the competition on Tuesday.
 
Will Kannegieser finished at 20-over after two days of play.
 
The top 64 players advanced to the match play competition that started on Wednesday.
 
Eighteen players tied for 46th place at plus-3. A group of 24 played off for the final spot in the 64-player field.
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County's Colleges Train Workers for Post-Pandemic Economy

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The county's institutions of higher education are ready to do their part to help their students navigate their way through a post-COVID-19 economy.
 
On Friday, the presidents of Berkshire Community College, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and Williams College and the provost of Bard College at Simon's Rock participated in a virtual town hall hosted by 1Berkshire.
 
Johnathan Butler led the hourlong conversation, which focused largely on how colleges are adapting to the current closure of their physical campuses and making plans for the fall 2020 semester.
 
But at one point Butler asked how the schools are situated to help address workforce development needs at a time when Berkshire County has nearly 30 percent unemployment.
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