April 4, 2011
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.
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.
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).