Hamilton College finished first in the Continentals' own 12-team spring invitational held at Skenandoa Club in Clinton, N.Y., on April 6.
Skenandoa -- Hamilton's home course -- has a par of 72 and measures 6,765 yards. The Continentals finished with a four-man team total of 305, and edged SUNY Delhi for first place by just one stroke. Delhi recorded a total of 306, and Clarkson University rounded out the top three with a score of 309.
L.J. Scurfield ‘12 tied for first place of 64 golfers, posting a 2-over-par round of 74. Scurfield was co-medalist, and earned all-tournament team honors for finishing in the top five. Scurfield's 74 represents his best score of 2009-10. Phil Preiss ‘10, Scott Blosser ‘12 and Hans Schulte ’13 all carded 77s and tied for ninth place.
Knute Gailor ‘13 rounded out Hamilton's lineup with an 87. Riley Jorgensen ‘11 competed as an individual and recorded a round of 84.
The Continentals will compete at Skidmore College’s Palamountain Invitational on Sunday and Monday, April 11 and 12.