RISING SUN, Md. – Penn State Harrisburg's men's golf team wrapped up its most-recent weekend of competition at the Revolutionary Classic hosted by Ursinus at the Chesapeake Bay Golf Club on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 13.
As a whole, the Lions finished seventh out of nine competing teams by shooting a 335 on Saturday before finishing up with a round of 334 on Sunday. The group combined for a two-day total of 669, +101.
Individually, Luke Ehler led the way for the Blue & White. Over two days, he shot a 162, +20, good enough to earn him a share of 25th out of 50 total golfers. Next up was Andrew Fink, whose two-day score of 165, +23 garnered him a share of 30th place.
Josh Swartz came home 33rd thanks to a two-day total of 167, +25, while Montana Gleason's 175, +33 was good enough the secure him a 38th-place finish. Alberto Carmona rounded out the group of Penn State Harrisburg competitors in 47th place.
It's right back to work for the Lions when they compete at the F&M Invitational hosted by Franklin & Marshall at the Bent Creek Country Club in Lititz, Pa. on Monday afternoon, Oct. 14.