Press Release

Fall 2011 Golf: PSUAC/USCAA Championships -State College, Pa.

October 18, 2011

Alex Howe led the Wildcats and finished in the top 10 in the PSUAC

Alex Howe led the Wildcats and finished in the top 10 in the PSUAC

It might not have been the finish he was hoping for, but Pennsylvania College of Technology golf coach Matt Haile saw some good things from his team on Tuesday’s final day of the Penn State University Athletic Conference/United States Collegiate Athletic Association championships.

The Wildcats (671 total) finished third in the PSUAC, behind champ PSU Hazleton (655) and runner-up PSU Mont Alto (659), and they placed seventh in the USCAA national tournament. After Monday’s first round on the 7,228-yard, par 72 Penn State Blue Course, Penn College was fourth among PSUAC teams and ninth overall. Lindenwood-Belleview won the USCAA title with a 597 total.

“We had a better day today but it was too much lost ground on the first day to recover from,” said coach Matt Haile after his team shaved 21 strokes off Monday’s 346 team total with a 325 on Tuesday.

“Alex made the top 10 in the PSUAC, which was awesome for him,” Haile added, after sophomore Alex Howe, of Lake Ariel, followed his opening 77 with an 86 Tuesday. His 163 total was good for sixth in the PSUAC and tied for 25 th overall. Tommy Stirling, of Southern Maine Community College, won the individual USCAA title with a 72-68—140. Nick Tristani, of PSU Hazleton, topped the PSUAC field with a 79-76—155.

Also for Penn College, Dan Kramer, of Avon, Conn. Shot 90-78—168; Corey Teeple, of Lake Ariel, shot 88-80—168; Kurt Linhart, of Zionsville, shot 91-83—174; Joe Peters, of Harrisburg, shot 93-84—177; and Nick Krupka, of Allentown, shot 96-90—186.

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