Courtesy: Fairfield University

Duncan Leads Stags at the MacDonald Cup

Courtesy: Fairfield University
October 02, 2016

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Led by a final-round 68 (-2), Kevin Duncan headed the effort by the Fairfield University men’s golf team at the MacDonald Cup. Duncan climbed 31 spots up the leaderboard on the final round of the 54-hole event at the Course at Yale in New Haven.

Duncan finished with a 219 (72-79-68) to land tied for 38th in the 88-golfer field. He was just four strokes out of the top 25 in the competitive field. Eric Austin added a 223 (79-70-74) and Alex Taylor was one stroke behind him with a 224 (77-74-73).

The Stags were 17th on the team leaderboard, 11 shots behind a 15th-place tie between Penn and St. Edward’s. Harvard carded a 277 (-3) today to surge to the team title. The Crimson edged Scotland’s Stirling University by four strokes.

Matt Naumec of Boston College won individual medalist honors with a 200 (-10) over three rounds. Yale’s Li Wang had the best single round of the weekend with a 60 on Saturday afternoon. Wang finished second with a 203 (-7) on the weekend. Rounding out the top three was Toledo’s Stephen Watts with a 204 (-6).

The Stags are back in action on Oct. 10-11 at Ellington Ridge Country Club for the Connecticut Cup.




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