October 11, 2007

Golf Shares First Place At Delaware Invitational

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While most students were away for fall break trying to catch up on sleep, the men’s golf team was competing for first place at the Delaware Invitational. The team’s trip was successful, with the Red finishing with a share of first place with Iona.
Senior Robbie Fritz paced the Red’s success with two rounds of 74, tying him with sophomore Robbie Cronheim. Cronheim had a score of 78 on the second day of competition. Senior Chad Bernstein shot a 77 on the final day to tie for 13th place. Two others also placed in the top-50 with freshman Matt Jaye tied for 33rd and senior Bret Perry also tied, this time for 45th place.
The team combined for a total score of 600 over the course of the two-day tournament.
Playing on the White Clay Creek Golf Course, the Red and Gaels finished 11 shots better than third-place Bucknell and 13 ahead of fourth-place James Madison.