Sept. 22: All four St. Lawrence scorers finished in the top 20 as St. Lawrence University's men's golf team finished third in the 20-team Williams Invitational on Sunday.
The Saints finished with a team total of 598 strokes, counting the four best scores in each of two days of competition on the 6489-year, par-71 Taconic Golf Course at Williams. Skidmore and Middlebury tied for first with 596 totals with Skidmore winning a playoff for the team title.
SLU shot one of the best team rounds in program history with a 297 in round one of the tournament, tying Skidmore for the first day lead. Rookie David Bushing led the way with a 72 while L.B. Haney and Ben Von Reyn each shot 73 with Pete Harriman rounding out the Saint top four with a 79.
All five Saint players were in the 70s on Sunday with Harriman shooting the low round with a 72. Bushing shot 76 for a 148 total and was tied for ninth in the 108-player field while Haney also had a 76 on Sunday and was one stroke back with a 149 total and tied for 13th. Von Reyn shot 77 on Sunday to finish at 150, 18th overall and Harriman's 72 gave him a 151 total, tied for 19th in the field. Joe Millett followed up a Saturday 85 with a 77 on Sunday to finish at 162, 73rd overall.
Bushing and Harriman each shot their low collegiate round in the tournament with their one-over 72s while Haney matched his collegiate low with his 73 on Saturday.
The Saints will return to action at the Liberty League Championships in Saratoga on Sept. 28 and 29.