Men's Golf
Bryan Bigley Won the Individual Medal At Lafayette Invitational
Bryan Bigley
 
Bryan Bigley
 

April 9, 2005

CENTER VALLEY, Pa.--Sophomore golfer Bryan Bigley (Rotterdam, NY) shot a one-under par 70 on Saturday to win the Lafayette Invitational at Center Valley with a two-day score of 142. American University, the only squad to crack 300 on either day, claimed the team title by six shots over St. Bonaventure.

Junior Robby Bigley (Rotterdam, NY) finished in a two-way tie with Farleigh Dickerson's Matt Kleinrock who both carded 148 (+7).

Siena was among the top five squads on Saturday, recording a 303. Robby Bigley shot a 75, while Allen Parker holed a 78. Brad Myatt (Oneida, N.Y.) and Jeremy Melchoir (Hannawa Falls, N.Y./) both checked in with 80 and 83 respectively.

Lafayette's Jeremiah O'Neil was the only golfer to break 70 on the weekend, firing a 69 to lead the Lafayette (White) squad to a ninth place finish in the field of 23 teams. There were 118 golfers competing in the event.

American was the only team to score under 300 both days. Conference rivals, Niagara University and Siena finished in a deadlock for third place with a score of 606, while Robert Morris came in fifth (611) and Delaware finished sixth (612). Defending Champion Binghamton University finished in seventh place. 2002 champ Duquesne rounded out the top 10.

Fin. School Scores
1. American 595 (297-298)
2. St. Bonaventure 601 (301-300)
3. Niagara 606 (302-304)
3. Siena 606 (303-303)
5. Robert Morris 611 (307-304)
6. Delaware 612 (307-305)
7. Binghamton 615 (301-314)
8. Bucknell 616 (304-312)
9. Lafayette White 621 (317-304)
10. Duquesne 623 (312-311)
11. NYU 625
12. Lehigh 626
13. Hofstra 628
14. St. Francis (Pa.) 630
15. Monmouth 633
16. FDU 638
17. Colgate 639
18. La Salle 643
19. Fairfield 652
20. Sacred Heart 662
21. Lafayette Maroon 667
21. Manhattan 667
23. St. Peter's 698

 

 

Saints Individual
Bryan Bigley 142 72-70
Robby Bigley 148 73-75
Brad Myatt 158 78-80
Allen Parker 158 80-78
Jeremy Melchior 166 83-83

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