Drexel Men's Golf Finishes Fifth in Season Opener

Olean, N.Y. – After two rounds of solid play, the Drexel men's golf team placed fifth out of eight teams in the first competition of the season at the 24th annual Leo Keenan Invitational. The Dragons finished with a 306 and 296 for a team score of 602. St. Bonaventure won the invitational with a total score of 583 followed by Robert Morris and Humber College.

Freshman Christopher Crawford tied for seventh place overall out of 44 golfers in his first collegiate contest for the Dragons. Crawford birdied his first hole and continued to lead Drexel throughout the tournament finishing with a 74 and 73 for round score of 147. He also took third overall in par 3 scoring.

Fifth-year senior Andrew Lawson and senior James Braunsberg both tied for ninth place penciling in a 148. Lawson led the field in par 5 scoring, while Braunsberg took seventh overall in pars with 21. Senior Benjamin Feld finished fourth on the team and tied for 32nd overall. Feld shot an 80 and a 79 for a round score of 159. Billy Reube finished the invitational with a 177.

Click here for the full results from St. Bonaventure's Leo Keenan Invitational. Drexel will return to action on Saturday, September 29 through September 30 at the George Mason Invitational. 

Final Team Results
1. St. Bonaventure 583
2. Robert Morris 596
    Humber College 596
4. Long Island U 600
5. Drexel 602
6. La Salle 609
7. Ottawa 618
8. Niagara 630

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