Men's Golf Finishes 13th at Yale's Macdonald Cup

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. - The University of Pennsylvania men's golf team finished 13th at the Macdonald Cup, hosted this weekend by Yale University on The Course at Yale.

Penn shot 320-313--633 as a team. Harvard won the tournament by shooting 568, finishing 12 strokes ahead of second-place Minnesota (580).

For the second time in as many tournaments, sophomore Amay Poria was Penn's low scorer. He shot 75-79--154 to tie for 45th overall. Carter Thompson and Dane Walton were among golfers who tied for 53rd, both shooting 157.

Matt Kern had Penn's second-best score on Sunday, a 78, and ended the tournament tied for 67th at 165. Josh Goldenberg rounded out the lineup by carding a two-round 171 and finished 73rd in the field. Freshman Zareh Kaloustian played the event as an individual, and shot 80-87--167 to place 70th overall.

Minnesota's Jon DuToit was the individual medalist; he shot a 1-under-par 139 -- including a second-round 67 on the par-70 course -- to defeat Harvard's Robert Deng by a stroke.

Penn plays its fourth-straight weekend of tournament golf next Saturday and Sunday, traveling to LSU to participate in the David Toms Invitational in Baton Rouge, La.

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