Sept. 23, 2008
NEWPORT, R.I. - The Saint Joseph's men's golf team posted a 311 in Tuesday's final round of the Adams Cup, as the Hawks placed 10th in the 16-team field.
Entering today's play tied for ninth, Saint Joseph's carded a four-man score of 311 to finish with a three-round score of 300-301-311/912 at the par-72, 7,244-yard Newport National Golf Club. Day one leader Texas A&M hung on to win the team title with a score of 856.
Individually for the Hawks, freshman Jimmy Bea paced SJU for the second straight match. The rookie posted a three-round score of 71-71-81/223 to finish tied for 16th place overall. Sophomore Josh Webb finished two strokes behind Bea after posting a score of 76-72-77/225, while senior Steve Hudacek finished with a score of 74-82-77/233. Saint Joseph's junior Bill Macknis posted a score of 82-79-76/237, while classmate Zach Smith (Doylestown, Pa./Central Bucks West) rounded out the five-man squad with a score of 79-79-86/244.
The Aggies' Bronson Burgoon earned medalist honors with a score of 12-under-par 69-66-69/204.
Saint Joseph's returns to action at the Cleveland State Invitational September 29-30.