BRADFORD, Pa. -- The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford competed in the Thiel Invitational as part of the spring portion of its season.
The Panthers finished fourth of nine teams competing.
"Just an average day on the course," Head Coach Keith Stauffer said. "We really struggled with consistency due to lack of practice time. I am confident we'll get better very soon. Our ball striking was very good for this early in the year. I am pleased with that. As soon as we tighten up our short games and course management, we'll be fine."
Johnny Fiore rounded out the Panther performers with a score of 90.
As a team, Pitt-Bradford shot a 321.
Grove City won the event with a team score of 305.
The spring action serves as part of the Panthers' preparation for the 2019 NCAA Championships on May 14, which they qualified for by winning the AMCC Championship in the Fall.