A team score of 896 on 54 holes gave the Binghamton golf team a third-place finish at the Wildcat Invitational on Tuesday.

Hosted by Villanova at the White Manor Country Club, the Bearcats found success on the links with freshman Kyle Wambold leading the way. The Pennsylvania native stroked a score of 219 in three rounds to tie Columbia’s Harrison Shih for a third-place individual finish.

Also contributing strong performances for the Bearcats were senior Bryce Edmister and junior Jack Sedgewick, who each finished in the individual top 25.

Finishing just four strokes away from first-place Columbia, Binghamton worked its way back from a fifth-place standing on Monday. All five of the Bearcats’ golfers improved their scores from the first to third round.

Next up for the Bearcats is the Fairleigh Dickinson Spring Invitational on April 13 and 14 in Hamburg, N.J. Binghamton will look to continue its success as it navigates a busy April that will end at the America Sky Championship in California.