Bornhorst Shoots Even Par 72 in Collegiate Debut
NEWINGTON, Conn.—First-year Chris Bornhorst (West Newton, Mass.) posted an even par round of 72 in his collegiate debut as the Babson College men's golf team finished with a team score of 304, good for second place, after the opening round of the Trinity College Bill Detrick Invitational on Saturday at Indian Hill Country Club.
The Beavers are nine shots behind the host Bantams, who posted a team total of 295 on day one. Williams College and Trinity's alternate team are tied for third, one shot behind Babson, while Tufts University is fifth with a total of 313.
Bornhost is tied for second on the individual leaderboard, just one shot off the lead, while junior Ian Notkin (Caldwell, N.J.) fired a 3-over par 75 on Saturday, and is one of several players tied for eighth position. Sophomore Lukas Linemayr (Hampton, N.H.) opened with a 4-over par round of 76 and junior Kyle Alexander (Brewer, Maine) carded an 81 on the 6,513-yard layout.
First-year David Choi (Dallas, Texas) shot an 83 in his collegiate debut for the Green and White.
Babson begins final round play on Sunday at 12:50 p.m.
• The Beavers' team total of 304 is their lowest at Indian Hill C.C. and matches their best score at the Bill Detrick Invitational since 2013.
• Babson captured back-to-back Trinity Invitational titles in 2009 and 2010, while finishing second in 2008.