Rams tie for best-ever finish at the CACC Golf Championship
LAFAYETTE HILL, Pa. – The Philadelphia University men's golf team finished sixth in the two-day Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) championship, tying for the team's best-ever finish, Wednesday at the Whitemarsh Valley Country Club.
The Rams started the day tied for fifth after a first-round team score of 330 (+42). On Wednesday Philadelphia turned in a score of 337 (+49) and completed the tournament with a score of 667 (+91).
Philadelphia's previous sixth-place finish came in the 2006 CACC Tournament—the first CACC Tournament for the Rams.
Wilmington (Del.) won the 2012 team title with a two-day score of 615 (+39).
Joseph Parker was Philadelphia's top individual performer after turning in a 36-hole score of 164 (+20) to finish in a tie for 18th.
Stanley Chun had the best second round for the Rams with an 82 (+10) and completed the tournament in 168 shots (+24). Chun finished the event in a tie for 26th.
Wilmington's Paul Tighe claimed the CACC individual crown with a score of 147 (+3).
Philadelphia's next event is the McDaniel College Golf Shootout Saturday, April 14.