Immediate Release: September 19, 2004
NEW BRITAIN, Conn.--Binghamton golf finished second at the weather-shortened 27-hole Central Connecticut State Invitational on Sunday - seven strokes behind tournament champion Army. After Saturday's opening round was washed out, the Bearcats shot 294 for the first 18 holes on Sunday, and then recorded a 163 total for the extra nine holes, giving them a 27-hole aggregate of 457. Army won the 13-team event at 450, followed by BU (457), Yale (458), Boston College (461), Hartford (464) and Holy Cross (464) to round out the top five.
Sophomore Jeff Wolniewicz (West Seneca, N.Y.) was runner-up among 63 players after shooting even-par 71 and then posting a +2 38 on the final nine (109). He wound up just one stroke behind tournament medalist Pat Beverly of Army. Junior Kevin Crawford (Lockport, N.Y.) shot 74-39=113 to tie for ninth, freshman Zach Vinal (Syracuse, N.Y.) posted a 74-43=117 (t-23rd), and sophomore Aaron Ungvarsky (Wilmington, Mass.) and junior Brad Moulton (Orangeville, Ontario) each had a 119 total (t-30th). Ungvarsky shot 75-44 while Moulton went 76-43.
"The team is coming together," head coach Nick Lasky said. "We improved a lot over last year's result at this tournament, and are looking forward to going to Dartmouth."
Binghamton will next play in the Dartmouth Invitational next Saturday and Sunday.
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