Sept. 22, 1997
Boston College Golf Teams Compete Over Weekend in Invitationals
Chestnut Hill, Mass. - Both Boston College golf teams were in action this weekend. The menžs team competed in the Black Knight Invitational, held at the West Point Golf Course in West Point, N.Y., while the Eagle womenžs team played at the Dartmouth College Invitational in Hanover, N.H.
In West Point, N.Y., the Eagle menžs team finished eighth in a 15-team field with 942 strokes, 90 over-par. Pennsylvania won the tournament with a total team score of 901, 58 strokes over-par.
Leading Boston College this weekend was junior Sean Lim (Coto De Caza, Calif.), who finished tied for eighth (231, +18). Lim shot 77, 76, and 78 in the three rounds. Following Lim was sophomore Patrick Dunn (Milton, Mass.), who shot 232 (+19) and tied for 14th place. Dunn had rounds of 77, 79, and 76.
In Hanover, the Eagles finished fifth (708) of 12 teams. Princeton won the invitational with 632 strokes. Boston College junior Katie Shield (Holmdel, N.J.) shot a two-day total of 156, finishing third in of a field of 70 golfers. Shieldžs score of 75 on Saturday was the second-lowest tally on the day. Sophomore Jackie Shea (Spokane, Wash.) completed the two-day tournament in 25th place, shooting 175 (87, 88).