Men’s golf team is on par

The Carnegie Mellon men’s golf team participated in the two-day Edward Jones Shootout at The Links at Spring Church in Apollo, Pa. over the weekend. The Tartans entered two teams into the tournament, with the ‘A’ team competing under the school’s name and the ‘B’ team competing individually.

Carnegie Mellon placed third overall with a combined score of 599 over the two days. Senior Ian Bangor led the squad, shooting just six over par for the tournament on his way to a third place overall finish. First-year George Qian was the most consistent Tartan, shooting five over par both days for an eighth place finish. First-year Ryan Karbowicz also shot a total of 150, but was scored as an individual.

The next pair of Tartan’s tied at 11th with junior Cameron Low and first-year Jordan Klodowski, although only Low was part of the team competition. Klodowski had the best turnaround of any Tartan, shooting a fantastic 72 on Sunday.

Rounding out the team competition roster was sophomore Ben DuCarme and first-year Bradley Jennette, who finished 38th.

The team’s next scheduled competition, the Carnegie Mellon Invitational, initially to be held this Tuesday at Longue Vue Country Club, has been postponed. The team’s next competition, the California (Pa.) Vulcan Invitational, will be at Cedarbrook Golf Course in Belle Vernon, Pa. on Saturday.