HANOVER, N.H. – The Saint Anselm College men's golf team finished in 12th place out of 13 programs competing at the Penmen Fall Invitational on Tuesday.
The Hawks wrapped up the two-day tournament with a plus-50 after carding a combined 304 on Monday and a 306 on Tuesday after a rain delay in the morning. Saint Anselm will next compete at the American International Invite on Saturday, Sept. 22.
Freshman James Henry (Reading, Mass.), who carded a 71 on Monday, turned in a score of 78 on Tuesday to finish in 31st place (71-78=149). Senior Billy Argus (Canton, Mass.) rebounded to card a 74 on Tuesday, finishing plus-10 for the tournament and sophomore Max Ratner (Southborough, Mass.) took three strokes off his Monday total, shooting a 76 on Tuesday.
Senior Stephen Hunt (Wilbraham, Mass.) finished the two-day invitational with a 158 (+18) and freshman Will Strauss (Duxbury, Mass.) rounded out the Hawks representation with a second-round 82 to finish 20-over par.
Southern New Hampshire's Matt Paradis shot a 69 in back-to-back rounds, claiming the individual championship, while Laval University led the field in convincing fashion, shooting one-over as a team to finish 18 strokes ahead of the second-place team from Franklin Pierce.