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Men's Golf Takes Second at Hofstra Invitational
The men's golf team took  home second place at the Hofstra Invitational.
 
The men's golf team took home second place at the Hofstra Invitational.
 

April 7, 2004

The Siena men's golf team captured second place at the Hofstra Men's Invitational at Harbor Links Golf Club in Port Washington, N.Y. played April 5-6. St. John's University captured the tournament championship.

The Saints, who completed day one in first place with a score of 296, were unable to hold on for the championship and finished the two-day six-team tournament in second with a score of 603 (296, 307). St. John's, who sat one stroke behind Siena after the first round with a 297, shot a 300 to claim the top-spot overall with a 597.

Fordham University (613), host Hofstra University (620), La Salle University (652) and Sacred Heart University (669) took the fourth through sixth spots, respectively.

Bryan Bigley led Siena with a 148 (72,76), good enough for the a tie for second individually. Brother Robby Bigley was not far behind, shooting a two-day total of 150 for a tie for fifth place overall.

Brad Myatt (152) also landed among the tournament's top-10, while Ben Eldridge shot a 153 for an 11th-place finish and Brian Dunn landed in the 24th spot with a 165.

 

 

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