Wyoming, Del. – Marymount University’s men’s golf team finished fourth overall at the Capital Athletic Conference Championships on Saturday afternoon. The Saints shot a team score of 642 with rounds of 324 and 318 in the event.
Peter Johns led the Saints with a 155 (81-74) to tie for sixth place and earn second team All-CAC accolades for the third-straight season. Mark Curtis carded a 160 (79-81) to tie for 10th overall and earn second team All-CAC honors as well.
Isaac Reed tied for 14th with a 163 (81-82), Brad Johnson tied for 17th with a 164 (83-81) and Nick Ryerson was tied for 20th with a 169 (86-83).
Host Wesley won the league crown with a team score of 615 followed by Stevenson at 623 and York (Pa.) at 632. Marymount was fourth at 642 with Hood rounding out the competition at 718.