WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - The Saint Joseph's golf team placed fourth overall, while sophomore T.J. McNulty finished ninth following Tuesday's final round of the Joe Agee Invitational at the Williamsburg Club (Par 71, 6,842 yards).

As a team, the Hawks carded a three-round score of 295-290-297/882 to finish fourth in the 11-team field.

Individually, McNulty posted his second top-10 finish of the year, carding a three-round score of 73-67-76/216. Classmate T.J. Summers followed in a tie for 16th with a three-round total of 74-74-71/220, while senior Tyler Kingsley tied for 23rd just a shot behind Summers at 72-73-76/221. Sophomore Brian Turley tied for 32nd (76-75-74/225) and junior Connor Garrity rounded out the five-man squad finishing in 57th place (78-78-76/232).

James Madison claimed the team title by one stroke over Towson, 851 to 852, while William and Mary's Alex Hicks claimed medalist honors with a torunament record 14 under par 199.

The Hawks return to action October 12-13 at the Temple Invitational.