Immaculata, Pa. – Marymount University’s golf team closed out the Immaculata Fall Invitational with a second round 313 to finish in fourth place. The Saints two day total of 619 was the second best Division III score in the mixed division event.
Peter Johns finished in fifth place (72-76-148) to lead the Saints while John Goulding (76-79-155) and Brad Johnson (78-77-155) both tied for 12th.
Mark Anthony Curtis (83-81-164) was 33rd, Thomas Cave (80-88-168) tied for 38th and Nick Ryerson (88-81-169) finished tied for 41st playing as an individual.
Division I program La Salle won the event with a total of 595 followed by NAIA foe SUNY-Delhi with 607. Swarthmore was third, cutting 20 strokes off its opening round to pass the Saints with a score of 608. Marymount was fourth, followed by host Immaculata (636), Rosemont (640), Philadelphia Biblical (654), Cabrini (658), Penn State-Abington (667) and Marywood (677). Closing out the teams, Centenary (N.J.) carded a 688 followed by Neumann (704) and Division II Chestnut Hill (787).
Marymount returns to action in the spring season, teeing off at Gettysburg on March 24.