Saint Joseph's Places Sixth at UMF Invitational

Saint Joseph's Places Sixth at UMF Invitational

WATERVILLE, Maine – Saint Joseph's College finished in a tie for sixth with a 331 team card in the UMaine-Farmington Invitational at the Waterville Country Club on Sunday. Senior Brendan Donovan (Auburn, Maine) led the Monks with a 78 card and finished in a tie for fifth overall. 

Southern Maine won the event with a 306 card, eight strokes ahead of runner-up University of New England. USM senior Tristan Dundas claimed Medalist honors with a 72 score. 

For the Monks, senior Tyler Johnson (Windham, Maine) carded an 83, freshman Trevor Flanagan (Monmouth, Maine) shot an 84, freshman Sean McDonough (Concord, N.H.) turned in an 86, and senior Sean Peschier (Watertown, Mass.) posted a 91. 

Saint Joseph's will compete in the UNE Invitational at the Cape Arundel Golf Club on Wednesday.




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Founded in 1912 by the Sisters of Mercy in Portland, Maine, Saint Joseph’s College is Maine’s Catholic liberal arts college in the Mercy tradition. We are inclusive of all faiths, including no faith. The 474-acre campus, located on the shore of Sebago Lake in Standish, Maine offers more than 40 undergraduate programs and a Division III athletic program to a population of approximately 1,000 on-campus students. A pioneer of distance education since the 1970s, the College also provides online certificates and undergraduate and graduate degrees for thousands more working adults who reside in more than 20 other countries. In 2015 the College was selected by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching to receive its Community Engagement Classification, highlighting the College’s focus on community service throughout its mission and daily interactions within local, regional, and global communities. In 2018, Princeton Review recognized SJC as one of its “Green Colleges” for its sustainability initiatives. Learn more at