– Immaculata University's men's golf team grabbed the lead on day one of the Colonial States Athletic Conference Championships Friday at Glenmaura National Golf Club with a round of 328. The Mighty Macs are eight strokes ahead of second-place Centenary (336).
“We are pleased to be leading after day one but recognize that we have far more work to do tomorrow,” head coach Tana Thomas
said. “We look forward to making some adjustments and trying to lower our score.”
shot the lowest round for the Mighty Macs with a score of 80, which places him fifth individually in the 40-player field. Todd Boisvert
carded an 81, tying him for sixth place, while Peter Kotula
signed for a round of 83, which puts him in a tie for ninth. Tim Eckert
and Bryan Missimer
both came in with rounds of 84, which place them tied for 11th.
Immaculata has never led after day one of the CSAC Championship in the seven seasons the golf team has competed. Its highest previous finish after 18 holes was in second place during the 2011 championship.
Marywood is in third place with an opening-round 337, and Cabrini had a composite score of 341 for fourth place.
Centenary's Steve Kluemper was the low individual on day one with a 75. Brian Criscuolo of Centenary and Paul Kania of Marywood are tied for second after both firing 77's.
Immaculata will tee off the final round tomorrow with the first group of Mighty Mac golfers set to go off at 11:40 a.m. Immaculata looks to bring home the first CSAC championship in golf.