|Jaspers Finish 7th in MAAC as Creamer Places 10th|
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - The Manhattan men's golf team concluded their 2012 spring season with a seventh place finish in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) championships at Disney's Magnolia Golf Course.
Junior Matthew Creamer shot a one-under 71 on the final day of competition to finish the tournament four over and in a tie for tenth place. His combined score of 220 paced the Jaspers who finished with a total team score of 942.
Creamer's three day score set the school mark for Lowest Individual MAAC Three Round performance previously held by 2003 graduate Chris Damiano. He set the mark at the 2002 MAAC Tournament.
Chris Calabro completed his MAAC tournament with a seven-over 79 to end the weekend in 28th place at 20-over. Seniors Robert Kehoe and Pat Bibaud placed 32nd and 37th respectively in the final conference tournament of their careers.
Kehoe shot an eight-over 80 on each day of the weekend to end the tournament with a combined 240 score while Bibaud ended the competition with a total score of 246 including an 87 on day three.
The Jaspers also placed four golfers on the MAAC All-Academic Team as Creamer and Kehoe joined Marc Delzio and Jonathan Feuer as student-athletes who completed two semesters at their institution and hold a cumulative grade point average of 3.20 on a 4.0 scale.