Princeton, New Jersey – Brown completed play at the Princeton Invitational Sunday afternoon, finishing seventh in the 14-team field that included all eight Ivy League schools. The Bears shot 297-297-300—894 in the 54-hole tournament played at the par-72 Springdale Country Club.
Yale shot rounds of 294-279-295—868 to capture the team title by two shots over Temple (870) and three shots over host Princeton (871). Columbia placed fourth (877), followed by Penn (878), Harvard (885), Brown (894), Dartmouth (895), Navy (903), Cornell (911), Seton Hall (918), St. Joseph's (919), Georgetown (926) and Rider (955).
Freshman Jack Wilson turned in a top 10 performance for the Bears, finishing 7th individually after scores of 73-70-74—217. He was fifth among all Ivy League individuals.
Bears' sophomore Justin Miller also had a standout tournament, shooting 74-73-76—223 to place 19th individually.
Junior Nelson Hargrove shot 76-79 on the opening day and came back with an even-par 72 on Sunday to finish at 227, 36th individually. Senior captain JD Ardell came in at 230 on rounds of 74-78-78, while junior Peter Callas shot 79-76-78—233.
Coach Mike Hughes' team will play its final tune-up for the Ivy League Championship next week, April 20-21, competing at The Century Classic, played at the Century Club in Westchester, New York.
Pictured: Jack Wilson '16. photo by dspics.net