Hendrickson, Bearcats triumph at ECAC Championship

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HAMILTON, N.Y. - Senior Keith Hendrickson (Syosset, N.Y.) captured the individual title as the Binghamton golf team rolled to a nine-stroke victory at the ECAC Championship on Sunday. It marks the second year in a row that Binghamton has won the event.

Due to yesterday's inclimate weather, the ECAC Championship became a one-day event but that did not deter the Bearcats from retaining their title. Binghamton's score of 298 was nine strokes better than runner-up Hartford (307). Boston College was third (308) while Dartmouth and Colgate (309) tied for fourth place.

"After the cancellation yesterday, we got off to a good start today," head coach Nick Lasky said. "Anything can happen in a one-day event, but our guys did not let the conditions affect them."

Hendrickson collected birdies on holes one, three, five and seven on his way to a two-under par 33-37=70 round. He won the event by a single stroke. Senior Joe Kunz (Webster, N.Y.) tied for sixth place after shooting 37-38=75. Sophomore Kevin Crawford (Lockport, N.Y.) shot a 39-37=76 round, senior Eric Vinal (Syracuse, N.Y./ Nottingham) went 42-35=77 and freshman Jeff Wolniewicz (West Seneca, N.Y./West Seneca West) completed Binghamton's top five with a 41-39=80.



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