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For Immediate Release: April 10, 2004
Contact: John Hartrick (hartrick@binghamton.edu)
Phone: 607-777-6800

Bearcats shoot tournament-low 290 to win Lafayette Invitational

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Final Individual Standings

EASTON, Pa.. - Senior Keith Hendrickson (Syosset, N.Y.) captured medalist honors with a final-round 70 (-2), leading Binghamton to the team title at the Lafayette Invitational. The Bearcats shot a tournament-low 290 in Saturday's final round and their 36-hole total of 586 (296-290) easily outdistanced runner-up Siena (605) and the rest of the 24-team field.

Hendrickson shot 72-70=142 to grab his third medalist honors of the year. He birdied four of his final eight strokes to win by one shot in the field of 125 golfers. Sophomore Aaron Ungvarsky (Wilmington, Mass.) carded rounds of 73-73=146 to tie for third place. Freshman Jeff Wolniewicz (West Seneca, N.Y.) shot 75-72=147, and senior Joe Kunz (Webster, N.Y.) posted scores of 76-75=151.

The tournament title was BU's fifth of the year under first-year head coach Nick Lasky.

Binghamton now begins a critical two-tournament stretch that will carry heavy NCAA tournament implications. Battling for one of three NCAA bids alloted to the region, BU will compete at the New England Championship next Saturday and Sunday in Providence, R.I. The Bearcats received an at-large NCAA bid in 2003.

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