HANOVER, N.H. – The Saint Anselm College golf team finished in eighth place out of 14 teams competing at the annual Penmen Fall Invitational. The two-day tournament concluded Tuesday at the Hanover Country Club – the event was hosted by Southern New Hampshire University.
PDF: DAY TWO RESULTS
Stephen Hunt carded a 70 on the second day of competition, finishing at even par through 36 holes to tie for fourth place overall. Hunt also led the field with 34 pars, four more than Pliss of Franklin Pierce recorded across the two-day tournament.
Max Ratner shot a 73 for the second-straight day, finishing in 34th place, while Alec Brunelle improved on the second day of competition, shooting 73 to finish at 150 for the tournament. Billy Argus shot a 79 while Nick Carter rounded out the Saint Anselm field with an 80.
Southern New Hampshire finished first overall as a team, shooting a three-over 555. Saint Thomas Aquinas was second, followed by Bentley, Post and Dominican (N.Y.). Southern New Hampshire's Matt Paradis captured the individual championship, shooting a three-under 135 following the withdrawal of first-day leader Tyler Silver.
The Hawks will head to the Northeast-10 Championship on Monday, Oct. 2, hosted by Lake Sunapee Country Club in New London, N.H.