Friday, September 4, 2015

Men's Golf Finishes 10th at the CAA Championship

Wilmington, Del. - After three rounds of competition, the Drexel men's golf team finished 10th overall with a team score of 930 at the 2012 CAA Championships. UNCW took first place with an 884. Georgia State came in second followed by Old Dominion.

Men's Golf Finishes 10th at the CAA Championship

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Wilmington, Del. – After three rounds of competition, the Drexel men's golf team finished 10th overall with a team score of  930 at the 2012 CAA Championships. UNCW took first place with an 884. Georgia State came in second followed by Old Dominion.

In the final round of play, junior co-captain Bejamin Feld had a round score of 73. He finished 20th overall out of 55 participating golfers. Feld had an 82, 73 and 73 for a total score of 228. Vincent Anagnos had a solid performance in the final two rounds. Anagnos shot a 71, which was the Dragons' lowest score on the weekend. He finished with an 84, 78 and 71 for a total score of 233. He tied for 37th place overall.  

Senior co-captain Michael Serensits shot a 79, 78 and 79 for a round score of 236 in his final compeition for the Dragons. James Braunsberg followed with a 238, while teammate James Parsons penciled in at 241.

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