Men's golf takes fourth in spring opener

Men's golf takes fourth in spring opener

PENN HILLS, Penn. -- Two top-ten finishes helped the Heidelberg University men's golf team finish fourth at the Carnegie Mellon Spring Invitational. Sophomore Chance Campbell finished fourth overall while freshman Bryan Kennedy ended tied for eighth. The tournament was the team's first of the spring season.

Campbell shot a 77 to finish in fourth place overall. He finished behind three Carnegie Mellon golfers, who is currently ranked No. 21 nationally.

Kennedy carded an 81 on the afternoon. Andrew Sikorski shot an 86 and Joey Kurtz finished one stroke behind, shooting an 87. Brock Jamison rounded out the quintet with a 94.

Jake Belford and Joel Studer competed at individuals for the Berg. Belford finished the day with an 87 while Studer carded a 92.

As a team, the Student Princes shot a 331, just four strokes behind third place finisher Saint Vincent College.

Both the men's and women's teams will be in action on Saturday at the Polar Bear Classic, hosted by Ohio Northern University. The two-day event will be held at the Colonial Hills Golf Club.