No. 1 Barry University shot a tournament-record 19-under-par 845 to win the Guy Harvey Invitational at PGA National Golf Club on Tuesday in Palm Beach Gardens.
Nova Southeastern finished second out of 17 teams with a score of 864 in the three-day tournament.
Barry’s Adam Svensson’s won the individual men’s title in the 95-player field, shooting a 9-under 207 to tie the tournament record. It was Svensson’s eighth career tournament title.
Mike Anderson (210) tied for second, Mario Beltran (213) finished sixth and Nico Cavero (215) tied for seventh for Barry. Jose Hernandez, playing as an individual for Barry, shot 73 in the final round of his first college tournament to tie for 42nd.
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Nova’s Santiago Gomez finished tied for second in individual play with a final score of 210.
In the women’s play, Nova finished in second, led by Mailen Domecq Chantry’s third-place individual showing. Domecq Chantry finished with a score of 148.
Lynn won the tournament with a score of 605, eight shots better than the Sharks. Barry tied for ninth with a 628.
Martina Bertuccioli shot 74 to finish eighth at 150 for the Buccaneers. Maria Paola Fiorio shot 78 to finish tied for 21st at 154.
Thoroughbred racing moves to Gulfstream Park West (formerly Calder Race Course) on Wednesday for the Fall Turf Festival. Parking and admission are free.
First race post time is 1:05 p.m., and there will be a limited simulcast menu that will end after the last race from Santa Anita. The Wednesday feature will be the ninth race, a $50,000 allowance optional claimer featuring the stakes placed Red Minx, Yes Liz and Quinnkat.