For Immediate Release: September 23, 2006
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BU golf finishes fourth at St. John's McLaughlin Invitational
Bearcats shoot final round 286 to maintain spot among 16 teams

Final Results
Day 1 Results

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. - Binghamton University golf shot a final-round 286 (+6) to finish fourth out of 16 teams at the St. John's McLaughlin, played Friday and Saturday at the par-70 Red Course at Bethpage. Akron won the 54-hole tournament at 835, followed by St. John's (837), Marquette (847) and BU (279-186-286=851) and Winthrop (861). The top four teams held their positions after Friday's first 36 holes.

Junior Zach Vinal (Syracuse, N.Y.) shot a 1-under 69 on Saturday to lead the Bearcats. He finished the tournament in fifth place among 83 golfers at 208 (71-68-69). Junior J.J. Shearer (Binghamton, N.Y.), who held a share of the individual lead after the first 36 holes, finished in sixth place after shooting a final-round 73. He wound up at 209 (67-69-73). Senior Jeff Wolniewicz (West Seneca, N.Y.) shot 69-74-72=215 to tie for 20th place, senior Aaron Ungvarsky (Wilmington, Mass.) finished with 72-75-72=219 and freshman Patrick Donovan (Oswego, N.Y.) came in with scores of 74-80-79=233.

Binghamton heads to the Darmouth Invitational next Saturday and Sunday.


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