LANCASTER, Pa. - Ian Murray and Drew O'Hern both finished in the top-five to lead their respective teams at the Franklin & Marshall Fall Invitational Monday afternoon. Murray led the F&M Blue team, but it was fifth man Seiichiro Nakai's 84 that broke the tie with Rutgers-Camden at 307 to give the Diplomats the top spot. F&M's White team finished sixth with a total score of 320.
O'Hearn led the Diplomats with a 72 finish that was good for third while Murray tied for fourth at 73. Rutgers-Camden's Cory Stolz took home medalist honors with a 70.
Kevin McGloin ended with a 75 on the par-71, 6,434-yard course with Colin Peters tying for ninth at 76. Justin Lankler's 77 was good for a tie for 12th while both Nakai, Jason Koshinski, and Will McMahon tied for 37th with a final score of 82.
The invite wraps up F&M's fall portion of its schedule and the Diplomats will return to action in the spring.