NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Sophomore Steve Zychowski (Mendham, N.J.) marked a two round score of 143, including a season-low round of 70 on the first day, as the Holy Cross men's golf team finished 12th at the MacDonald Cup, held at the Course at Yale in New Haven, Conn. As a team, the Crusaders finished with 610 strokes for the two-day event.
Zychowski would tally the 70 and then marked a 73 in the second round, finishing in a tie for 10th to lead the golf team individually for the second time this season. Sophomore Michael McCarthy (Tolland, Conn.) finished next, scoring a 148, including a season-low round of 73, to tie for 25th. Senior Tim McGovern (Oradell, N.J.) followed with a 158 while senior Colin Andrade (Assonet, Mass.) tallied a 161. Freshman Matt Campbell (York, Maine) rounded out the performances with a 164 in his collegiate debut.
St. John's won the invitational with 565 strokes while host team, Yale, came in second with 580 strokes. Central Connecticut's Kevin Josephson took the individual crown, finishing with 136 strokes.
The Crusaders are next in action on Oct. 16-17 at the Northeast Invitational. The event will be held at the Shelter Harbor Golf Club in Charlestown, R.I.