SPORTS BRIEF: At ECAC Divison I Championships from Friday through Sunday, men’s golf takes No. 8 overall

With a final card of 625, the Crimson could not quite crack the top of the conference at the ECAC Division I Championships.

The tournament, which was held at the Shelter Harbor Golf Club in Charleston, R.I., was won by Rhode Island. The Rams stole the show with a card of 602—a number that won them the overall event by a full 11 strokes.

The Crimson’s two round scores break down to 312 on the first day, which was followed by a consistent 313 on the second.

Two freshmen, Greg Shuman and Danny Mayer, led the way for Harvard over the weekend as they both finished tied for 11th.

Their two day scores equaled 153, with Shuman shooting 77 and 76 and Mayer 74 and 79.

Sophomore Michael Shore was 38th (161), freshman Peter Singh was 44th (164), and classmate Nick Molsey was 47th (167).

The fall season will come to a close next weekend at the NEIGA Championship.

—THE CRIMSON STAFF

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