Drexel Golf Finishes 19th Overall at the Big 5 Invitational

Plymouth Meeting, Pa. – The Drexel men's golf team compiled a total score of 624 at the Big 5 Invitational held at the Plymouth Meeting Country Club. After two days of competition, the Dragons finished 19th out of 22 participating schools.

Junior Benjamin Feld led the team with a 75 and 76 for a total score of 151. Feld tied for 48th place out of 114 golfers. Junior Vincent Anagnos penciled in a 156 and tied for 75th overall in his first competition for Drexel. Junior James Braunsberg followed with a 157, while teammate James Parsons shot a 160. Freshman Andrew Feldman finished the day with a total score of 166.

The Dragons return to action on Tuesday, October 11 at the Fall Classic hosted by Philadelphia University.

Team Results
1. Dartmouth 578
2. Campbell 584
3. Furman 586
4. St. John's 587
Pennsylvania 587
6. Binghamton 594
7. Francis Marion 595
8. Seton Hall 596
Temple 596
10. Navy 598
11. Villanova 599
12. Harvard 601
13. Fordham 602
Princeton 602
15. Yale 604
Cornell 604
17. Towson 605
18. George Mason 608
19. Drexel 624
20. La Salle 634
21. Saint Joseph's 642
22. Brown 648

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