The Pitt-Bradford men's golf team competed at the Thiel Spring Invitational earlier this week, finishing sixth.
The Panthers shot a combined team score of 355 and were just one of two Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference schools to compete in the event; Medaille being the other school. The invitational was mostly comprised of Presidents' Athletic Conference's members. Washington and Jefferson won the event with team score of 297.
Pitt-Bradford was led by Brett Gardner, who finished tied for 14th with a round of 84. He finished two shots ahead of teammate Jamie Rook (86), who tied for 22nd. Sam Marchini posted a score of 92, Matt Moonan carded a 93, and Tom Morlock finished with a round of 95.