For Immediate Release: April 24, 2005
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Binghamton golf bumps up to fifth at New England Championship
Bearcats shoot final-round 302, climb three spots in 13-team field

Final Scores
Day 1 Release

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Binghamton lopped off 15 strokes from its opening round to shoot 302 and climb up to fifth place at the New England Championship, hosted by Rhode Island at the par-72, 6522-yard Triggs Memorial Golf Course. The host Rams won the tournament at 593, followed by UConn (606), Central Connecticut (611), Yale (617) and the Bearcats (317-302=619) in the top five.

Freshman Zach Vinal (Syracuse, N.Y.) shot a two-under-par 70 on Sunday, and tied for runner-up honors among 70 golfers. He finished 75-70=145 - two strokes behind medalist Steve Gray from Yale. Sophomore Jeff Wolniewicz (West Seneca, N.Y.) trimmed six strokes off his opening-round and tied for 18th place at 80-74=154. Classmate Aaron Ungvarsky (Wilmington, Mass.) dropped nine strokes from his Saturday score, firing a 75 to tie for 33rd place (84-75=159).

Juniors Casey Wheet (Elmira, N.Y.), 78-83=161, and Kevin Crawford (Lockport, N.Y.), 87-85=172, rounded out the scores.

The Bearcats next compete at the America East Championship, May 2-3 at Orchard Creek GC in Altamont, N.Y.


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