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|Binghamton captures Lion Invitational|
Westover, Md. -- The Binghamton Bearcat golfers shot rounds of 300-293=593 at the Lion Invitational on Saturday, winning the one-day, 36-hole tournament. Binghamton finished 16 strokes ahead of runner-up American at Great Hope Golf Course.
Individually for the Bearcats, senior Adam Fuchs (Plainview, N.Y.) shot back-to-back rounds of 73 and had five birdies on the day, leading to a second place finish. Last weekend, Fuchs shot 5-under-par over two rounds to capture the Dartmouth Invitational, and has now finished in the top 10 of all four tournaments this season and his last 14 tournaments dating back to last season.
Freshman Brad Moulton (Orangeville, Ontario) shot rounds of 72-75=147 to place third. The round of 72 was a season-best for Moulton, who lowered his stroke average to 76.1. Freshman Chris McLaughlin (Northport, N.Y.), competing as an individual in his first collegiate tournament, shot rounds of 74-76=150 to tie for sixth place. Junior Joe Kunz (Webster, N.Y.) tied for seventh place with rounds of 79-72=151.
The Bearcats pulled away from the field with a 293 in the afternoon round. Junior Keith Hendrickson (Syosset, N.Y.) carded a 73 for the round, and Matt Mattingly (Manlius, N.Y.) shot a 76. Mattingly also competed as an individual in his first collegiate tournament. He shot a 79 in the opening round to finish with a total of 155.
Binghamton will compete in the Rehoboth Beach Fall Invite at Kings Creek CC on Monday. The Bearcats will then host the 2002 ECAC Championship next weekend. The two-day tournament will be played at the Links at Hiawatha Landing.
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