April 3, 2006
Towson, Maryland - Sophomore Larry Haertel placed fifth individually with a two-day 142 to lead the Brown men's golf team to a team score of 600 and a 16th place finish at the Drew Upton Towson Golf Classic. Richmond won the tournament championship with a two-day score of 576, followed by Western Kentucky (581), Liberty (582), William & Mary (583), Towson (584), Rider (584), James Madison (585), Columbia (586), Binghamton (588), Princeton (588), Army (590), Yale (591), Drexel (5920, Cornell (594), Loyola (595), Brown (600), Rutgers (600), Niagara (600), Delaware (600), LIU (611), Duquesne (624), and Temple (625).
Haertel's first round four-under par 68 was the second best score of the day and third lowest of the two-day tournament. He followed the 68 with a two-over 74 for the fifth place finish at two-under 142 for the tournament.
The Bears also received strong play from freshman Conor Malloy, who carded 74-74-142 for a 43rd place finish individually. Senior Dan Wallis carded a one-over par 73 on the first day of competition, followed with 77 for a two-day 150.