PRINCETON, N.J. (April 15, 2012) – The Rutgers men’s golf team placed 12th with a 913 (302-301-310) total at the 26th annual Princeton Invitational, played Saturday and Sunday at Springdale Golf Club. Sophomore Jonathan Renza (Cortland Manor, N.Y.) paced the Scarlet Knights at the 13-team event, carding a 218 to finish tied for 14th in the 75-player field.
Renza had a tournament-best 37 pars on the par 71, 6,390-yard course.
Junior Jonathan Fagan (Flemington, N.J.), freshmen Hyung Mo Kim (Norwood, N.J.) and Jacob Stockl (Clark, N.J.), and sophomore Dillon Corbo (Montville, N.J.) comprised the rest of the team scorecard. Kim tied for 47th with a 230 (77-75-78), Fagan tied for 56th with a 232 (74-78-80), Stockl tied for 60th with a 234 (80-75-79) and Corbo placed 70th with a 241 (82-77-82).
Corbo was one of 10 competitors to register an eagle during the event.
Yale won the tournament with an 858 (286-289-283), which was just one stroke better than second place Georgetown and two strokes ahead of third place Columbia. Dartmouth's Peter Williamson was the individual champion at minus five with a 208 (71-70-67).
The Scarlet Knights, under the leadership of first-year head coach Rob Shutte, return to the links for the BIG EAST Championships, to be played April 29 to May 1 at Reunion Resort and Club in Orlando, Fla.