FARMVILLE, Va. - The Tigers closed out the regular season portion of their 2011-12 men's golf schedule with a sixth place finish in the 54-hole Manor Intercollegiate hosted by Longwood University at The Manor Resort Golf Club.
"The good news is we have the same number of people in the van coming home as we had going down to Farmville," said Tiger coach Brian Yaniger. "We had a lot of similarities in the final round today. We just couldn't seem to get anything going. We have no more tournaments to play until the conference championships so we'll focus on practice and work on positive mindsets, playing just one hole at a time."
After posting team rounds of 303 and 302 on Friday the Tigers finished with a 310 for the final 18 holes for a total 915 to hold off Long Island University at 916. Seton Hall captured the team trophy with an 880, seven strokes better than runner up Delaware. Host Longwood was third at 892 followed by George Washington (897), St. Bonaventure (911), Towson, LIU, Bucknell (928), Wagner (978) and Hampden-Sydney (985).
Longwood's Dylan Jensen was the medalist at 209. His second round 63 was a course record.
Towson's season concludes at the Colonial Athletic Association Championships scheduled for April 27-29 at the Wilmington (Del.) Country Club.