The hall meets Metropolitan Intercollegiate on Monday

by | Oct 31, 2021 | Golf Clubs

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WEST ORANGE, NJ – Seton Hall’s men’s golf team will split up for the Halloween weekend, with half of their team returning to action on Monday November 1st at the 2021 Metropolitan Intercollegiate Championship at the Montclair Golf Club.

Tournament details:
Host: Wagner University
Location: West Orange, New Jersey
Course: Montclair Golf Club
Vitals course: Par-71, 7,035 yards
Events: November 1, 2021

Of course:

The Montclair Golf Club was named the Distinguished Emerald Club of the World by the prestigious Board Room Magazine. Most importantly, she strives every day to instill a deep sense of belonging to each of our members.

Originally designed by two legendary golf course architects, Donald Ross and Charles Banks, the Montclair Golf Club golf courses are among the most distinctive in the country. Our four 9-hole layouts – each starting and ending at the clubhouse for fun and entertainment – challenge players of all skill levels to show their best game with every stroke.

Montclair’s challenging greens have helped improve the game of many of the region’s best players. In the words of Bobby Jones, Montclair is “the longest short course I’ve ever played”. It is also one of the few clubs that has hosted both the US men’s and women’s amateur championships.

The field:

In addition to Seton Hall and host Wagner, the field includes eight other schools: Columbia, Fairfield, Fordham, Hofstra, Manhattan, Monmouth, Robert Morris and Saint Peter’s.

The format:

The teams play against five golfers and count the four lowest scores.

The Seton Hall lineup:

Seton Hall plays two tournaments on the same weekend. So while six pirates are competing in the Daniel Island Invitational in South Carolina, the six pirates listed below are competing for The Hall in Montclair GC.

  1. Brody Hanley, Second year
  2. Peter Tyler Po, Senior
  3. Angus O’Brien, Student in the first year
  4. Joshua Lee, Student in the first year
  5. James Bosworth, Junior

Individually: Hunter ramee, Senior


The field will play three consecutive nine-hole courses, starting with a shotgun start at 10:00 on Monday. Seton Hall will start at # 1 and will be paired with golfers from Wagner and Columbia. After nine holes in No. 1, the Pirates play nine holes in No. 3, followed by the last nine holes in No. 4.


Live scoring will be available for the tournament through Golfstat. The full results will also be available on after each competition day.