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Terps Nab Second at Penn Quaker Invite
Courtesy: Maryland Athletics
Release: 04/04/2011

April 4, 2011

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FLOURTOWN, Pa. - Sean Brannan fired off a two-round 150 Monday and the University of Maryland men's golf team placed second Monday at the Penn Quaker Invitational in Flourtown, Pa.

Brannan, a junior out of Hollidaysburg, Pa., led the Terps with a seventh-place finish at the one-day event. Brannan tied a team-low at 72 in the first round before shooting a 78 in the second round, later in the day.

Tom Hanna III tied for eighth with his 151 while Joey Rice and Sean Bosdosh tied for 16th just two stokes back, at 153. William Wiseman shot a pair 0f 78s to tie for 30th.

George Washington's Andres Pumariega won the individual title with his three-over 145. Matt Krembel of Army took second place at 146 while Max Marisco of host Pennsylvania grabbed third at 147.

With a team score of 604, the Terps earned second in their third event of the spring season. Maryland opened 2011 with a 12th-place finish at the Cleveland Golf Intercollegiate before placing ninth at the C&F Bank Intercollegiate.

Five strokes ahead of Maryland, the Quakers won the team title at 599 while George Washington took the bronze in third place at 608.

TEAM SCORES
1. Pennsylvania 599; 2. MARYLAND 604; 3. George Washington 608; 4. Mount St. Mary's 611; T5. Lafayette College 616; T5. Pennsylvania(B) 616; 7. Fordham 620; 8. St. Francis 623; 9. Wilmington 629; 10. Rutgers 630; 11. Monmouth 633; 12. Washington & Lee 634; 14. Army 638; Disqualification: La Salle (Illness).

MARYLAND SCORES
7. Sean Brannan 150; T8. Tom Hanna III 151; T16. Joey Rice 153; T16. Sean Bosdosh 153; T30. William Wiseman 156.

-ES-



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