Hawks Finish Sixth At SSU Tiger Invitational
Freshman Young Lee
Nov. 1, 2016

Final Stats

SAVANNAH, Ga. – After a rollercoaster fall schedule, Coach Marshall Cropper and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore Men’s Golf Team conclude its season with a sixth-place finish at the Savannah State University (SSU) Tiger Fall Invitational. The two-day, 54-hole event was held at the Crosswinds Golf Club.

Despite the tough two days, the club tied the tenth-best team average in a 54-hole event in the program's history as they shot a 984 (+120) collectively.

Newcomer Young Lee (Mount Airy, Md.) led the way, shooting a 237 (+21). Lee registered a team-best 76 (+4) in the first round.

Junior Blair Waters (Jacksonville, Fla.) equaled his teammates’ performances in the second round while posting a 241 (+8) over the two-day span.

Classmate Christian Owens (Upper Marlboro, Md.) reached milestones in two categories as he surpassed Gregory Raad in most rounds played (36) and most events played (16). In the tournament, the Maryland native placed tied for 36th with teammate Darius Davis (Atlanta).



Bethune-Cookman won the tournament, defeating the host team by 12 strokes. Savannah State’s Adam Walden earned the individual medalist after shooting one-under throughout the tourney.

Maryland Eastern Shore concludes its fall slate and will resume play in the spring.

For complete recaps, results and news of Hawk athletics, please visit www.easternshorehawks.com.

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