Men's Golf Wraps Up Fall at Dutchmen Invitational

Men's Golf Wraps Up Fall at Dutchmen Invitational

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LEBANON, Pa. – Penn State Harrisburg's men's golf team wrapped up the fall portion of its 2018-19 campaign with one of its better efforts of the season, finishing sixth out of 12 competing programs at Lebanon Valley's Dutchmen Invitational on Monday, Oct. 22.


The Lions were led by the trio of Luke Ehler, Jake Searer and Geoffrey Warke. All three players finished with a +11, 83 on the day at the Lebanon Country Club; a score good enough to earn each of them a share of 16th place out of 60 competing golfers.


Josh Swartz shot a +12, 84 to finish with a share of 19th place, while Andrew Fink's score of +21, 93 earned him 41st overall to round out the Blue & White scoring group.


LVC's David Herbst won the individual title with a -2, 70. Penn State Berks clinched the team trophy thanks to a combined score of +22, 310.


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