|Men's Golf Finishes Tied for Ninth at Flumere Invitational to Open Spring|
Men's Golf Finishes Tied for Ninth at Flumere Invitational to Open Spring
April 11, 2007
STOW, MA- The Amherst College men’s golf team opened its spring slate with a ninth place finish at Bentley’s Lou Flumere Invitational, shooting a 327. Amherst tied Boston University for the top-10 result, finishing twenty strokes behind champion Salem State.
Amherst seniors Andy Bruns (Eaton, OH) and Drew Russ (Maui, HI) led the way for the Lord Jeffs today, shooting a side-by-side 81 to finish tied for 27th individually. The pair of Amherst upperclassmen finished seven shots of the pace of eventual champion Tyler Kett of UMass-Dartmouth.
Amherst sophomore Chris Valentine (Topsfield, MA) and first-year Josh Shniderman (Fort Lauderdale, FL) finished with scores of 82 and 83, respectively, for to place tied for 36th and 44th place. Rounding out the top-five for Amherst was dual-sport star sophomore Glenn Wong (Leverett, MA) with an 85.
Amherst will take the weekend off before traveling to Saratoga Springs to compete in the Palamountain Open on Monday.
34th ANNUAL LOU FLUMERE INVITATIONAL
AMHERST INDIVIDUAL RESULTS
Top-10 Individual Results
*There was a three-way tie for medalist that went to a playoff. Matt Czarnecki was eliminated on the first hole. Tyler Kett won on the second hole with a par.
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