Eagles fifth at St. Francis

Eagles fifth at St. Francis
April 15, 2008

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R.J. Schwalbach fired a three-over-par 73 to place second at the St. Francis Spring Invitational at the Wedgewood Golf Club. Schwalbach was two strokes behind the tournament medalist. Teammate Ryan Feldman had his highest finish as an Eagle, tying for third place in the overall standings with a card of 76. Feldman had the lowest round of any competitor on the front nine, posting a score of 35. Conversely, Schwalbach had the second-best back nine total, shooting a 37 on his way in. Andrew Delaney tied for 19th place with an 82.


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