WESTOVER, MD – Led by top-10 performances from sophomore Mike Kosup (Flemington, NJ) and junior Brent Pittman (Montvale, NJ), the Rutgers men’s golf team tied for second place with host Towson at the sixth annual Drew Upton Memorial Towson Golf Classic on Sunday. The Scarlet Knights shot an 872 (290-291-291) for three rounds in the 19-school, two-day tournament, held at the par-72 Great Hope Golf Course.
Liberty won the tournament with a team score of 867 (289-287-291), while Towson’s Alex Brueggemann took individual honors with a score of 211 (67-74-70).
Kosup carded a two-under-par, 214 (68-73-73) to tie for third place overall, while Pittman finished 10th with a one-over-par, 217 (73-71-73).
Sophomore Erick Morales (Bayamon Puerto Rico) tied for 33rd with a nine-over-par, 225 (79-74-72), while senior Brian Whitman (Blairstown, NJ) finished one stroke back of Morales with a 226 (75-78-73) to tie for 39th place. Freshman Seth Hirschhorn (Willingboro, NJ) carded a 228 (74-73-81) to tie for 54th.
The Scarlet Knights will be back in action at the Princeton Invitational on Friday and Saturday, April 9 and 10.