Team Effort by Men's Golf Helps Take Home First at Wildcat Spring Invitational

Photo by Monty Rand Photography
Photo by Monty Rand Photography

CRANSTON, R.I. – After finishing day one in second place at the Wildcat Spring Invitational, the Husson men's golf team shot an impressive team score of 293 on day two to jump up to first place and win the invite at Cranston Country Club. The Eagles destroyed all competition on day two, finishing 13 strokes ahead of the second best team score in the entire invite while competing against 18 other schools.

Mackenzie Clow took a leap from tying for 8th on the first day, to tying for 2nd out of 99 competitors at the close of the invite. Clow posted the best score of the five Eagles, shooting a 72 on Sunday for an overall score of 149 (seven over par).

Gavin Dugas was extremely close behind Clow, also improving on his second day to shoot a 73 and overall score of 150, just one stroke behind as he tied for 4th.

Just two and four strokes away were Eric Dugas and Daulton Wickenden in 7th and tying for 8th, scoring a 152 and 154 between the two rounds. Finishing out the scoring for the Eagles was Taylor Morang tying for 43rd while dropping an impressive 12 strokes between the two days of competition for an overall score of 162.

The Eagles will close out the 2017-18 season at the NCAA Championship in Greensboro, N.C. at Grandover Resort. The tournament will be played over the course of four days, from May 15-18.