Junior Jack Sedgewick highlighted the Binghamton golf team’s weekend at the Temple Invitational, tying for sixth on the individual board to help the Bearcats place seventh out of 16 teams.

Binghamton finished with a 583 (+23) mark for the two-round event. Hartford’s 562 (+2) topped the charts, while three teams tied for fourth, just one stroke ahead of the Bearcats.

Sedgewick posted a score of 143 (+3) to record the second top-10 finish of his career. His three-over par back nine in the second round kept him out of the top five.

Senior Bryce Edmister lost his streak of four consecutive top-five finishes, tying junior Josh Holling for 16th with a 146 (+6) mark. After shooting a 77 (+7) in the first round, Holling led Binghamton with a 69 (-1) on the final 18 holes to tie Edmister.

The Bearcats are set to wrap up their fall season on Oct. 28-29 at the Quail Valley Collegiate in Vero Beach, Fla.