Men's golf concludes 2017-18 season at Penmen Spring Invitational

CONCORD, N.H. – Freshman Alec Brunelle led the Saint Anselm College men's golf team to an eighth place finish at the two-day Penmen Spring Invitational.


The Hawks tied American International for sixth place out of eight teams, combining to post a score of 622 (+46). Roberts Wesleyan and Southern New Hampshire were tied at the end of the first day of competition but the Redhawks led the field on Sunday, picking up the team championship.

Brunelle carded a 76 through the first day of competition and recorded a 73 on Sunday, leading the Hawks. Junior Stephen Hunt registered a first round score of 76 and turned in an 80 on the second day, finishing 29th in the crowded field.

Senior Tad Link shot a combined 158 (+14) to place 34th while classmate Joe Brunelle finished his Hawks career strong, rebounding from an 87 on day one to shoot a 74 on the second day of competition.

Freshman Maxwell Ratner carded a two-round score of 165 (+21), rounding out the field of Hawks golfers.

Roberts Wesleyan's Erich Spitz shot a second-round 68, claiming the individual championship with a two-round score of 141 (-3).