April 13, 2008
PRINCETON, NJ - The Saint Joseph's golf team posted a three-round score of 297-300-311/908 to finish in 15th-place at the Princeton Invitational, Sunday afternoon at the par-71 Springdale Golf Club.
Individually senior Colin Corrigan led the way for the Hawks with a three-round score of 71-75-76/222 to finish tied for 25th place. Saint Joseph's sophomore Zach Smith finished five strokes behind Corrigan, posting a score of 75-71-81/227, while freshman Josh Webb shot a three-round score of 74-76-80/230. Rookie Jim Ridgway shot 80-79-74/233, while junior Steve Hudacek rounded out the five-man squad with a score of 77-78-82/237.
St. John's won the team title with a score of 869, while the Red Storm's Keegan Bradley and Evan Beirne tied for medalist honors at 211.
The Hawks return to action April 26-27 at the University of Virginia Cavalier Classic.