Jaspers Take 11th At Yale Opener
Creamer was the low shooter for Manhattan as he shot a five-over 75 on day one before finishing up with a 74 in his second round of play. Mike Schutsky also lowered his opening round score (88) with a 76 on day two.
Chris Calabro finished in the top 50 of the field with a combined score of 165, which included a seven over 77 in his second round. Pat Bibaud and Jonathan Feuer also competed in the event for Manhattan shooting total scores of 169 and 181 respectively.
The University of Tennessee took the overall team title out of 12 different schools as they had four golfers place in the top six.
Manhattan will return to the course on April 14 when they take part in the 2012 Lafayette College Spring Invitational to be played in Bethlehem Township, Pa. at Northampton Country Club.