Fricker leads Pirates to finish at Liberty National

JERSEY CITY, NJ – First-year student George Fricker (Woodbridge, England) shot a par, 72, in Tuesday’s final round to take Seton Hall’s men’s golf team to 10e place upon arrival at the Georgetown Intercollegiate at Liberty National.

Fricker had four birdies and 11 pars en route to an even par, 72. His day started well as he was 3-under through his first 10 holes. For the tournament, Fricker tied for 23rd place among 60 individual golfers with a Seton Hall-best 7-over-par, 73-78-72-223.

As a team, The Hall shot a 12-over-par, 300, in the third round. The room finished 10e in a very competitive field that included national powerhouses such as Duke, Michigan and Penn State with a 36-over-par, 296-304-300-900. Duke won the title in a tie. The Hall’s only BIG EAST competition, Georgetown, ended in 12e up at 46-over-par.

After two solid rounds to start the tournament, the juniors Wanxi Sun (Danville, California) struggled a bit on Tuesday and settled for an over-par 9, 81. For the event, Sun tied 34e place with a 10 over par, 73-72-81-226.

The last three pirate golfers all finished within a stroke of each other. First-year student Jack Bosworth (Simsbury, Conn.) had three birdies today to finish with a 6 over par, 78. For the tournament, he was 17 over par with a 83-72-78-233.

A single shot behind Bosworth finished both Angus O’Brien (Barwon Heads, Australia) and Wen Liang Xie (Zhaoqing, China) at 18 over par, with both shooting 3 over on Tuesday. O’Brien had four birdies today and finished the event with an 18-over-par, 77-82-75-234. Xie had three birdies and 10 pars today and finished the tournament at 18 over par with 73-86-75-234.

Tournament details:
Host: Georgetown University
Location: Jersey City, New Jersey
Course: Liberty National Golf Club
Vital elements of the course: Par-72, 7,387 yards
Appointment: October 10-11, 2022

Our 18-hole championship golf course reflects the detailed expertise of 1992 US Open Champion, Tom Kite, and renowned golf course architect, Bob Cupp, who collaborated on the design. Liberty National’s Kite & Cupp Parkland Links-style layout is dramatic yet traditional, taking into consideration the site’s cultural heritage, aesthetic principles and elements of light and shade. Golfers enjoy magnificent views of the Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor, Manhattan Skyline and the Verrazano Narrows Bridge.

By hosting PGA Tour events twice – and with more tournaments on the horizon – Liberty has not only brought prestige to New Jersey, but also revenue and a sense of community. Liberty has helped New Jersey stand shoulder to shoulder with its neighboring states as a hub of business and culture while providing a connection to this land’s unique history. On the shore of freedom lies a path to our nation’s humble beginnings, and where immigrants first gazed upon a beautiful statue and dared to dream.


In addition to Seton Hall and Georgetown, the estate included 10 other schools: Boston College, Campbell, Columbia, Duke, Loyola (MD), Miami (OH), Michigan, Penn State, Princeton, and Yale.


Seton Hall will finish the game this fall with three rounds of golf at the Daniel Island Invitational, Oct. 30-Nov. 1, at Ralston Creek Course in Daniel Island, SC

pos. Player R1 R2 R3 TOTAL BY
1 duke 287 292 285 864 E
2 Boston College 292 285 296 873 +9
3 Penn State 290 290 298 878 +14
4 Yale 293 295 291 879 +15
5 Michigan 287 297 296 880 +16
6 Miami (Ohio) 292 293 300 885 +21
seven Colombia 295 295 299 889 +25
8 Loyola (MD) 300 290 300 890 +26
9 Princeton 292 297 303 892 +28
ten SETON ROOM 296 304 300 900 +36
11 Campbell 296 300 308 904 +40
12 georgetown 302 302 306 910 +46

Helen J. Jimenez