HANOVER, N.H. – The Concordia College (N.Y.) men's golf team saw improvements on the second day of the Penmen Fall Invitational, recording a 302 (+22) score in the final round to finish play in 11th with a final tally of 607 (+47).
• The Penmen Fall Invitational featured 76 individuals from 13 programs.
• Laval University recorded a day-low 281 (+1) score to claim the team title with a final score of 561 (+1). Franklin Pierce and Dominican College (N.Y.) rounded out the top-three with final scores of 579 (+19) and 581 (+21)
• Matt Paradis from Southern New Hampshire used a 69 (-1) second round outing to finish atop the individual leaderboard with a cumulative score of 138 (-2).
• Concordia finished ahead of St. Anselm College and Adelphi, who recorded scores of 610 (+50) and 638 (+78)
HOW IT HAPPENED
• Junior Tyler Lanza (New Milford, Conn.) dropped his score by two strokes in the second round, sporting a 74 (+4) card to finish tied for 36th with a team-low 150 (+10) overall score.
• Sophomore Santiago Luna (Bogota, Columbia) shaved a team-best three strokes on the second day of play, shooting a 74 (+4) to finish tied for 41st with senior Kanoon Bunthanawong (Chonburi, Thailand) with a 151 (+11) final tally.
• Sophomore Minwoo Park (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) posted a 78 (+8) in the second round to finish tied for 53rd with a 155 (+15) mark.
• Freshman Gabe Goodman (Lakewood, Colo.) rounded out the Clippers with a 79 (+9) score on the day to tie for 62nd with a 157 (+17) final score.
The Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Championships await the Clippers, with the first round at the Deerfield Country Club in Newark, Del. Starting on Saturday, Sept. 29.