ABBOTTSTOWN, Pa. - The Catholic University men's golf team placed eighth in the Gettysburg Fall Invitational on Tuesday afternoon.
The Cardinals recorded a team score of 326 (+42) for eighth out of 12 competing teams at Hanover Country Club. Gettysburg took first place with an overall score of 304 (+20) on the par 71, 6474-yard course. Catholic outshout fellow Landmark schools Juniata (352) and Elizabethtown (353).
Sophomore Kaden Kinard led Cardinal golfers once again with a 77 (+6) to tie for eleventh place out of 63 golfers. Kinard had a great back nine, shooting even par (35).
The sophomore from New Castle, Del. carded a team-high two birdies on holes 15 and 17 and added eight pars on the day.
Marymount's John David Coffin took first place with an even-par 71 on the day.
Senior Cavan Hagerty shot 82 (+11) to tie for 30th overall. He was the only other golfer to card a birdie from the Cardinals, shooting 4 on the par 5 519-yard 1st hole.
Hagerty logged eight pars as well, shooting 41 on both the front and back nine.
Sophomore Zach Mueller finished with an 83 (+12). Mueller shot six pars on the back nine for a 39 score (+4).
The Cardinals are back in action this weekend in the Revolutionary Classic on October 12-13 at Chesapeake Bay Golf Club.