Men's Golf Ties for Fifth Place at Macdonald Cup at Yale

Men's Golf Ties for Fifth Place at Macdonald Cup at Yale

The Central Connecticut men's golf team shot a round three score of 299 and finished in a tie for fifth place at the Macdonald Cup on Sunday.  The tournament is hosted by Yale and is played at The Course at Yale, a par 70 course.  The Blue Devils finished with a three round score of 884, three shots out of fourth place.

Yale won the team title with a score of 852, followed by Stirling University (853), Harvard (874), Yale B (881) and then CCSU, who finished tied with Princeton with a score of 884.  There were 14 total teams in the tournament.

Freshman Joe Tucker fired the top round of the day for the Blue Devils with a -1 score of 69.  He had five birdies in his round including four on the back nine.  He finished tied for 17th place overall with a total score of +9 (219).  His 69 on Sunday matched the best individual round of the entire day.

Senior Anthony Sebastianelli finished in a tie for 13th place after finishing at +7 (217) after a round of   74 on sunday.  He also had a 69 on Saturday in the second round of the tournament.

Senior Brandon Raine shot a 74 on Sunday and finished in a tie for 20th place overall with a score of +10 (220).

Sophomore Drew Aitken shot 82 on Sunday and finished at +19 (229) in a tie for 52nd place.  Classmate John Aitken shot 87 and finished in 77th place with a final count of 250.