Burda’s winning total of 193 included a 91 in the second round, which marked the lowest 18-hole score of the invitational. Rinaldi finished at 194 and Barton had a two-round total of 213 for the Broncos, who were the only complete team in an event that featured golfers from Sage and Keuka.
MEN’S LACROSSEDelhi 19, Finger Lakes 9
Jake Guy (assist) and Bryan Kelly scored three goals apiece Sunday to lead host Delhi to a non-conference win at Hartwick College.
Gavin Schlosser contributed two goals and two assists for the Broncos (10-2), who received 17 saves from Robert Rohan.
Delhi, which took a 12-2 lead into halftime, finished with a 41-40 edge in groundballs and a 19-11 advantage in faceoffs but was outshot, 41-39.
The Broncos, who are ranked seventh among NJCAA programs, visit Tompkins Cortland Community College on Wednesday.
Delhi 28, HVCC 3
Chris Appuzo had three goals and three assists Saturday to help Delhi clinch its second straight Mountain Valley Conference title with a rout of host Hudson Valley CC.
Ryan Vollmer contributed three goals and two assists for the Broncos, who got three goals and an assist from Jake Guy.
Delhi, which went 3-0 in MVC play, took a 14-1 lead into halftime and finished with advantages of 61-17 in shots, 67-16 in groundballs and 22-11 in faceoffs.
Elmira 9, Hartwick 8
Cody Ciolino had two goals and an assist, but host Hartwick dropped an Empire 8 match in overtime Saturday.
Zach Gropper and Roy Simmons contributed two goals apiece for the Hawks (2-8, 0-5), who received three assists from Sean Brown plus a goal and two assists from Mike Vaglica.
Matt McCallan also scored for Hartwick, which held a 45-32 advantage in shots.
Dustin Gatt scored 1:24 into the extra period to give the Soaring Eagles (2-7, 1-3) the victory on the only shot in overtime.
Hartwick visits Houghton on Wednesday.
Cortland 21, O-State 7
Connor Coyle scored three times Saturday, but Oneonta State dropped a SUNYAC road game.