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Men's Golf Records Sixth Place Finish at Sterling Invitational

Greg Levings 2 SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- April 22, 2008 -- The Springfield College men's golf team finished sixth out of 13 teams in the Sterling Invitational hosted by Worcester State College at the Par 71 Sterling National Country Club on Tuesday.

Springfield finished with 332 strokes, some 20 strokes behind the winner, Nichols College. The following are the team scores: 1) Nichols 313, 2) Salem State 318 , 3) Bentley 320, 4) Johnson & Wales 324, 5) Worcester State 329, 6) Springfield 332, 7) Brandeis 335, 8) UMass Dartmouth 337, 9) Trinity 340, 10) St. Joseph's (Maine) 342, 11) WNEC 346, 12) RIC 351, 13) Elms 353.

Chris Brock of Nichols shot a 75 to become the medalist in the Invitational.

For Springfield, junior Mike LaJoie (Enfield, Conn.) tied for 14th place after shooting a team-best 80. Sherriff Balogun (Modesto, Calif.) shot an 82 for the Pride, which tied him for 23rd, while Greg Levings (Averill Park, N.Y.) shot an 83, tying him for 26th. Junior Bryan Andersen (Enfield, Conn.) tied for 41st with an 87, while Aaron Simons (Enfield, Conn.) finished off the scoring for the Pride with a 93.

Springfield will next compete at a tourney next Wednesday (April 30) hosted by Franklin Pierce at the Shattuck Golf Club in Jaffrey, New Hampshire.

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