By JOHN MCGRORTY
The Cornell men’s golf team competed this past weekend at the Princeton Invitational. The invitational was held at Springdale Golf Club in Princeton, N.J., and consisted of a 54-hole event spanning Saturday and Sunday. Of the 15 teams competing, Cornell finished 10th overall and sixth among the Ivies, with scores of 289-294-300 for a final score of 883. Harvard came out on top in the tournament with a final score of 832. They narrowly took first, finishing just three shots under second-place finisher Yale, who had previously held a four-year consecutive winning streak. Yale finished with a final score of 835, followed by Dartmouth with 854, Columbia with 864 and Seton Hall with 867.
Senior Zack Bosse shot a 2-under-par final round of 69 to help push the Red into a 10th place finish. This was the first time this season that Bosse broke 70. He tied for 24th overall in the individual portion of the invitational, shooting a 72, 77 and 69 for a combined total score of 218. Furthermore, he tied for the best among all 78 golfers in the event for going 5-under on part 5s during the weekend. OLIVER KLIEWE / SUN STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERSenior Zack Bosse shot a 2-under-part final round of 69, lifting the Red into a 10th place finish.