Men’s golf concludes Binghamton Invitational in tie, places 13th with 614 team total

Bethany Blass, Assistant Sports Editor

The men’s golf team competed in the Binghamton Invitational Oct. 4-5 and concluded the two-day event in a tie for 13th place. Connor O’Brien ’19 led the Bison with a 74 after the opening day of the tournament. Daniel Levin ’18 paved the way for the Orange and Blue the second day of play, shooting an even-par 72.

After day one, the Orange and Blue held a team score of 307, landing in 14th place with 18 holes to go. Jubal Early ’19 and Zachary Melnick ’17 trailed, each posting a 77. Levin was not far behind with a 79 for the day, and Ashton Radvansky ’19 carded an 81. Playing as an individual, J.B. Thompson ’18 shot a 78 for the day.

“The highlight of my season so far has been competing on a regular basis, and being a part of the increased intensity of our program,” Early said. “My goals for the rest of the fall season are to continue with my confident game plans, and to see the team capture a well-deserved win.”

Levin shot a 72 to lead the Bison in closing out the tournament Oct. 5. Levin finished the tournament tied for 23rd individually after shooting his second even-par round in his career. The Orange and Blue ended the invitational in a tie for 13th place, with a team total of 614 for the two-day event. Melnick closed with a 77, and Early was one stroke behind with a 78. O’Brien and Radvansky each posted an 80 for the day.

The Bison will return Oct. 12-13 to participate in the Donald Ross Invitational in Morganton, N.C.


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