Men’s Golf Struggles At Towson Spring Invitational
March 26, 2017

Final Stats

GRASONVILLE, Md. – After nearly three weeks away, the University of Maryland Eastern Shore Men’s Golf team was unable to find a rhythm as they placed 22nd at the Towson Spring Invitational. The two day, 36-hole event took place at Prospect Bay Country Club (6,530 yards, 72-par).

Eastern Shore entered the tournament down a Hawk; thus, playing with only four golfers.

Collectively, the Hawks shot 767 (+191) over a two-day span. Eastern Shore posted a 376 (+88) in the first round, followed by a 391 (+103) in the final 18 holes.

Junior Demarkis Cooper (Clinton, Md.) and newcomer Young Lee (Mount Airy, Md.) led the way, shooting 28 over par each.

For Cooper, he continued his way up the record book. As of now, the Maryland native sits tied for fourth in the program’s all-time most events and most rounds played with former teammate Timothy Mitchell.

Elon won the tourney by one stroke over Towson. Individually, Bethune-Cookman’s Daniel Brennan took home medalist honors as he beat out three other golfer by only one swing.

The next stop for Eastern Shore is the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Championships (April 27-29).



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