LAFAYETTE HILL, Pa. – Junior Tyler Lanza (New Milford, Conn.) and sophomore Minwoo Park (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) both set their 18-hole season low on Monday with 70 cards at a tri-match hosted by Jefferson University, tying for first individually and leading the Concordia College New York men's golf team to a first-place finish behind a season-low 285 (-3) team score.
• The first-place outing marks the seventh-consecutive top finish at The ACE Club
• It is Concordia's third event they have won this season, taking the gold in a quad-match at the ACE Club during the fall on top of an unofficial first-place finish at the Mike Bello Spring Invite with winner Laval University international and not eligable by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
• Neumann University finished in second with a 310 team score, followed by host Jefferson who shot 334
HOW IT HAPPENED
• Lanza recorded his third top-five finish of the season with his 70 score.
• Park matched Lanza in the top-five for the second time this spring with his fourth top-10 finish of the campaign.
• Senior Evan Hong (Houston, Texas) set his season-low with a 72 card.
• Senior Kanoon Bunthanawong (Chonburi, Thailand) shot a 73.
• Freshman Gabe Goodman (Lakewood, Colo.) tallied a 73 for the day.
• Participating as an individual, freshman Kieran McMullen (Castle Pines, Colo.) recorded an 81.
• Participating as an individual, sophomore Santiago Luna (Bogota, Columbia) fired an 85.
The men's golf team learns its postseason fate on Friday, April 26 during the NCAA Selection Show, starting at 6 p.m.