RISING SUN, Md. - The Catholic University men's golf team finished sixth place out of thirteen competing teams in this weekend's Revolutionary Collegiate Classic at Chesapeake Bay Golf Club, carding a 667 score after two rounds of play.
Sophomore Matthew Laurendeau (161, +17) led the way for the Cardinals, finishing tied for 20th out of 65 total golfers. His second round 77 score is a career best, beating his previous low of 81 in the Penn State Harrisburg Invitational.
Junior Cavan Hagerty and freshman Kaden Kinard both followed with 168 scores to finish tied for 32nd. Freshman Mike Marie made his collegiate debut in the classic, carding a 173 over two rounds. Alex Freedman carded a 179 to round out the five Cardinal golfers.
Millersville University took first overall in the tournament with a 593 score, and Landmark foe Goucher College finished third with a 613 mark.
The Cardinals compete again for the third straight day at the Franklin & Marshall Invitational in Lancaster, Pa. at Bent Creek Country Club. After Monday's action, Catholic will participate in the Landmark Fall Invitational in Harrisburg, Pa. on Saturday, October 20.
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