PRINCETON, N.J. - The Saint Joseph's golf team jumped two spots to 10th place in Sunday's final round of the Princeton Invitational.

Entering the day tied for 12th in the 13-team field, the Hawks posted a score of 294 for a three-round total of 298-284/294/876 at the par-71 Springdale Golf Club (6,415 yards).

Individually, Michael O'Brien tied for 18th at 73-70-71/214, while Wills Montgomery and Richard Riva both tied for 28th with scores of 75-72-70/217 and 73-71-73/217, respectively. Ross Pilliod tied for 69th overall with a three-round score of 77-71-80/228, while Reed Winkler rounded out the five-man squad at 79-78-82/239 to place 75th.

Yale captured the team title with a score of 829, while Yale's Paul Stankey earned medalist honors after shooting 202.

The Hawks return to action at the Columbia Invitational on April 13.

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