Carnegie Mellon golf team finishes in 10th place at Saint Vincent Invite

With a score of 337, the Carnegie Mellon golf team took 10th out of 16 teams at the Saint Vincent Invitational. Clarion University picked up the team win with a score of 310. Washington & Jefferson University (312) and Indiana University of Pennsylvania (314) followed the Clarion Golden Eagles to place second and third, respectively. The invitational was held on Thursday at the Latrobe Country Club in Latrobe, Pa.

Scoring an 82, sophomore Joshua Chen led the Tartans. Fellow sophomore Alex Timmons and first-year Christopher Lee each carded an 83 to follow Chen. Juniors Howard Smith and Blake Darby carded an 89 and a 90, respectively.

The Tartans played in the first round of the University Athletic Association championships yesterday afternoon, placing third out of the five teams. The Tartans recorded a team score of 298. Emory University is currently in the lead with a score of 293 and New York University is in second place with 295 points.

Timmons carded a personal best two-under-par 70, placing him third individually. Chen scored a 75 on the first day, while Smith carded a 76. Lee and Darby shot 77 and 84, respectively, to round out the Tartan scoring.

Carnegie Mellon will compete in the second round of the UAA championships today. The tournament is being held in Orlando, Florida.