Men's Golf Takes Sixth at Yale Spring Invitational

Final Results (PDF)

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - The University of Pennsylvania men's golf team shot 298-302--600 and finished sixth out of 13 teams at the Yale Spring Invitational, a 36-hole event that ran all day Saturday at The Course at Yale.

Villanova took the team title, carding a two-round 583 that put the Wildcats well ahead of host Yale, which was second with 592. Hartford was third, shooting 597, while Princeton and Temple tied for fourth at 598, two shots ahead of Penn.

Among the other Ivy League schools in the field, Columbia was seventh (603), Brown tied for eighth (613), Dartmouth was 10th (618), and Cornell was 13th (644).

Individually, both senior P.J. Fielding and Max Marsico shot 147 for the day to tie for 10th in the field. Marsico carded 77-70 on the day, while Fielding was 72-75. Two other Penn players tied for 25th, Colin St. Maxens shooting 75-78--153 and Ben Cooley firing a 74-79--153. Sophomore Austin Powell carded 78-79--157 and tied for 42nd.

Princeton's Bernie D'Amato was the individual medalist on Saturday; he shot 68-73--141 to finish one stroke ahead of a pair of Villanova players, Michael Kania and Steve Skurla. Both players shot 73-69--142.

Penn returns to action next Saturday and Sunday, participating in the 54-hole Princeton Invitational.

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