Golf Finishes Last at Invite

For months I have been waiting to get back to my roots: sunscreen, shorts and sandals. Unfortunately, the weather of the East Coast is not quite ready to allow my pale feet to be seen in public or to be kind to the struggling Cornell golf team. The Red finished last in a field of 14 at the weather-shortened Princeton Invitational in Princeton, N.J., over the weekend. The field consisted of several Ancient Eight opponents including Yale, Penn, Columbia, Princeton and Harvard, thereby giving the Red a chance to see where it stands among the competitive Ivy League. [img_assist|nid=36834|title=Nice hat|desc=Junior Rob Cronheim led the Red at the Princeton Invitational, which was shortened due to bad weather.|link=node|align=left|width=|height=0]

Golf Team Looks to Rebound From Shaky Start to Season At Princeton Invitational

Just two weeks removed from a shaky start to the season, the golf team will be back on the links looking to rebound from a 14th-place finish at the Towson Invitational. The Red will be joining a field of 14 in this weekend’s Princeton Invitational.
Cornell will have the last of the five tee-times, playing alongside Towson and Rutgers on Day 1 of two. Last weekend at Towson, Rutgers finished tied for 11th while the host team finished 15th, right behind Cornell’s 930 strokes with 931.