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For Immediate Release: April 24, 2004
Contact: John Hartrick (hartrick@binghamton.edu)
Phone: 607-777-6800

Bearcats finish fifth at Rhode Island Invitational

Final Results


PORTSMOUTH, R.I.--Binghamton shot a final-round 306 to place fifth out of 16 teams at the Rhode Island Newport Invitational, played Friday and Saturday at the Green Valley Country Club. The host Rams shot 298-292=590 to win the tournament by nine strokes over Rhode Island's second team (599), Rollins (603), Harvard (604) and Binghamton (307-306=613), rounding out the top five. The Bearcats finished ahead of region rival Yale, which carded rounds of 308-317=625 to place eighth in the pack.

Individually, sophomore Kevin Crawford (Lockport, N.Y.) followed up his opening-round 73 with a 77 to tie for 10th place among 78 golfers. Senior Keith Hendrickson (Syosset, N.Y.) shot a team-low 75 on Saturday, and was in a tie for 14th place (77-75=152). Hendrickson, who has the lowest scoring average in the entire district, collected four birdies in his final round. Freshman Jeff Wolniewicz (West Seneca, N.Y.) shot 76 on Saturday, and was in a tie for 21st place (78-76=154).

Binghamton next defends its America East crown at the 36-hole conference championship, May 3-4 in Hebron, Conn.
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