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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: September 22, 2007
WATERVILLE, Maine --- Colby College's Gus Thompson finished in a tie for second place with a round of 77 at the Waterville Country Club at the Sid Farr Invitational on Saturday.
Kurt Schuler of Bates College carded a 75 for the best score of the day and Husson College won the team title. Thompson and Husson's Nick Pelletier each shot a 77. Hans Noering added an 85 for the Mules.
Colby College Sid Farr Invitational
at Waterville Country Club
Team scores: 1. Husson 41 (modified score); 2. Bates 28; 3. Southern Maine 24; 4. (tie) Maine-Farmington and U. New England 22; 6. Colby 14
Individual scores: Kurt Schuler, Bates, 75; Gus Thompson, Colby, 77; Nick Pelletier, Husson, 77; Chris Hamel, Husson, 78; Dave Murphy, Southern Maine, 79; Adam Fournier, Husson, 81; Andrew Slattery, Southern Maine, 81; Adam Packard, Husson, 82; Jake Cox, Bates, 82; Greg Mitchell, Southern Maine, 83; Brandon Poulin, Maine-Farmington, 83; Matty Reid, Southern Maine, 83; Mike Zemrak, U. New England, 83; Andy Farrell, Maine-Farmington, 83; DJ Jennings, Maine-Farmington, 84; Hans Noering, Colby, 85; Brian Johnson, Husson, 85; Shawn Pabst, U. New England, 85; Cory Guenette, U. New England, 85; Anthony LaChance, Maine-Farmington, 85; Jeremy Rogalski, Bates, 85; Nathan Fairfield, U. New England, 87; Connor Tubridy, Colby, 88; Tom Bowder, Bates, 88; Sam Rouleau, Colby, 89; Mike Klein, Bates, 89; Ben Loss, Southern Maine, 90; Kyle Feltis, Maine-Farmington, 91; John Wagner, Colby, 96; Travis Deabay, U. New England, DQ