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The Rutgers women’s golf team placed last at the 14-team Nittany Lion Invitational on Sunday in State College, Pa. The Scarlet Knights carded a 951 in the three-round tournament, as freshman Taylor Clark led the Knights with a 235. She tied for 50th in the 92-player field.
The Rutgers men’s golf team travels to Madison, Wis., tomorrow for the Badger Invitational following their first tournament victory since 2009. The Rutgers women’s golf team travels to State College, Pa., today for the Penn State Invitational, hoping to carry on their success from last tournament.
The Rutgers men’s golf team won the 17-team Harford Hawks Invitational yesterday in South Kent, Conn. It was the team’s first tournament victory since September 2009, when it captured the Rutgers Invitational. The Scarlet Knights carded a 868 to finish nine strokes ahead of second place, and all five Knights placed among the top-21 entries.
The Rutgers women’s golf team tied for sixth Sunday at the 17-team Yale Intercollegiate in New Haven, Conn. Sophomore Samantha Moyal’s Day 3 performance was key to the Scarlet Knights’ finish.
The Rutgers men’s golf team travels to Hartford, Conn., today for the Hartford Invitational, where head coach Rob Shutte has high expectations for his team. “I think that all five guys can win it individually,” Shutte said. “We’re a program that is always trying to get better, but we’re also at a point where we have some talent and we try to win every tournament.”