Men's golf wraps up play at the Penmen Fall Invitational

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.

Final Results

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.