Men’s Golf takes second in the CSAC championship

By Tyron Davis
May 11, 2015

As men’s golf traveled to Huntingdon Valley, Pa. for a two day tournament at the Philmont Country Club. The Cavaliers fall short of first place in the CSAC championship to Marywood University.

With the team scoring 329 in the first round of the championship, the Cavaliers were three strokes behind the day one winner, Marywood. The men’s golf team managed to beat out Immaculata by eight strokes who just squeezes by Keystone by two strokes.

Four of our own Cavaliers ranked in the top 12 after 18 holes of play. Sophomore, Dan Gentilucci, shot an 80 as he took sixth place overall to finish the day followed by fellow classmate Joe Myers, who shot an 82 making his score good enough to take ninth place. Sophomore Michael Rojas ties for 10th place after shooting an 83 and Senior Tommy Breslin records an 84 to tie for 12th on the opening day.

At the end of the first round, Marywood, Cabrini and Immaculata were the top three teams to lead the charts.

Men’s golf finished second in round two of the tournament and falls short of taking home a CSAC title. Performing better in the second round and shooting a 315 totaling their score to a 644, the Cavaliers fall four strokes behind Marywood University.

Four Cavaliers would go on to finish in the top 11 on the individual leaderboard.

Sophomore Dan Gentilucci finished the two-day tournament with the score of 158 after the second day of the tournament with the score of 78.

Sophomores Joe Meyers and Michael Rojas both matched Gentilucci’s score of 78 on the second day of the tournament, finishing with 160 and 161. Earning the two sixth and seventh place overall on the leaderboard.

Senior Tommy Breslin closes his career with a 165 after an 84 the first round and an 81 for the second, putting him in 11th overall for the tournament.

To wrap up the tournament, Gentilucci earned All-CSAC First Team honor, while Myers and Rojas received Second Team nods. Ted Nebiolo was named to the CSAC All-Sportsmanship Team.

Marywood’s Michael Thomas finishes the tournament with a 147 to take the individual title by six shots over Neumann’s Brandon Gagne

.Joe Myers

Tyron Davis

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