The Binghamton golf team finished 20th out of 27 teams in last weekend’s three-day Middleburg Bank Intercollegiate.
The team posted a score of 911, finishing with individual day totals of 304, 306 and 301. Junior Jack Sedgewick led the team with a total score of 224, placing 50th of 140 participants. Sedgewick recorded team-best scores of 75 and 73 in the competition’s final two days, respectively.
Freshman Sameer Kalia played his best golf on day three, completing the course with a score of 75. Kalia was Binghamton’s second-best performer, finishing in a five-way tie for 78th with 229 strokes. Junior Josh Holling was not far behind, ending in a tie for 83rd with a final score of 230.
Senior Bryce Edmister recorded the team’s lowest score, 72 (+2), on the first day, but finished with 80 strokes in each of the next two days.
Binghamton returns to action on March 31 at the two-day Villanova Invitational. Play is set for 8 a.m. at White Manor Country Club in Malvern, Pa.