A pair of Central Connecticut men's golfers were named All-Northeast Conference selections by the league office this afternoon. Junior Justin Hughes and freshman Dan Fanion both received second team accolades for their achievements during the 2009-10 season.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team put three players in the top 20, finishing the Northeast Conference Championships in fifth place out of 10 teams in competition. Sophomores Kevin Josephson and Greg Beloin, as well as junior Eric Hawerchuk each shot four over par 76 to lead CCSU in final round action at the ChampionsGate Golf Course in Orlando, FL on Sunday.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team moved up to fourth place after second round action at the Northeast Conference Championships on Saturday. The Blue Devils were tied for first after day one, but shot a team score of 305 today and are 11 strokes back of the lead. Sophomore Kevin Josephson led CCSU for the second straight day, coming in at three over par 75 on Saturday.
Central Connecticut State University competed in first round action at the Northeast Conference Men's Golf Championships on Friday. The Blue Devils recorded a team score of 310 to finish the first day tied for sixth place with Monmouth. Sophomore Kevin Josephson led CCSU with a two over par 74 on the ChampionsGate Golf Course in Orlando, FL.
The final round of the Northeast Collegiate Invitational was canceled due to inclement weather on Sunday. The Central Connecticut men's golf team finished in seventh place out of 11 teams at the Green Valley Country Club in Portsmouth, RI. Sophomore Kevin Josephson led the Blue Devils, tying for 12th with a 77 in the single round of play.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team competed in day one action of the Northeast Collegiate Invitational on Saturday. The Blue Devils are in seventh place out of 11 teams after the first 18 holes at the Green Valley Country Club in Portsmouth, RI. Sophomore Kevin Josephson is tied for 12th with a 77 first round.
The Central Connecticut State University men's golf team finished competition at the New England Division One Championships on Sunday. The Blue Devils tied for sixth out of 12 teams in competition in Providence, RI, recording a team score of 614. Junior Justin Hughes led CCSU with a two round score of 149 on the par 72 course at Triggs Memorial Golf Club.
Junior Eric Hawerchuk leads Central Connecticut State University after first round action at the New England Division One Championships in Providence, RI. Hawerchuk is currently tied for ninth after shooting 75 on the par 72 course at the Triggs Memorial Golf Club.
Justin Hughes earned Northeast Conference Golfer of the Week honors after winning the Yale Spring Opener this past weekend. The junior receives the accolades for the first time in his career and is the second Blue Devil this season to be named NEC Golfer of the Week. Freshman Dan Fanion also accomplished the feat twice this year.
Junior Justin Hughes won individual medalist honors, shooting rounds of 71 and 70, but the Central Connecticut men's golf team finished one strok back of the host Bulldogs to place second at the Yale Spring Opener on Saturday. Hughes defeated all 63 other competitors, as he finished in a three over par 141 for the two round tournament held at the Yale Golf Course in New Haven, CT.
Freshman Dan Fanion received Northeast Conference Golfer of the Week honors for his performance at Central Connecticut State University's first two tournaments of 2010. It marks the second time Fanion has earned the accolades this season, also garnering the honors back in October.
The Central Connecticut State University men's golf team finished competition at the C&F Bank Intercollegiate on Tuesday, tying for 16th place out of 22 teams. Freshman Dan Fanion led the Blue Devils in the second straight tournament of 2010 with a three over par 145 to tie for 10th place overall.
Junior Justin Hughes led Central Connecticut State University during round one action at the C&F Bank Intercollegiate on Monday. Hughes shot an even par 71 to tie for the sixth best score of the day, as the Blue Devils finished the first day of competition in 10th place out of 22 teams at the Kingsmill Resort Golf Course in Williamsburg, VA.
Freshman Dan Fanion shot one under par during 36 holes to tie for third as Central Connecticut State University placed third out of nine teams at the St. Thomas Aquinas Invitational this weekend. Fanion finished three strokes back of individual champion Chris Fitzpatrick of the host Spartans. The freshman recorded scores of 71 and 72 during the two rounds of action to finish with a 143 on the weekend.
The Central Connecticut State University men's golf team was selected second in the Northeast Conference Preseason Coaches' Poll, released this afternoon. The Blue Devils, who finished as the runners-up at last season's NEC Championships, received two out of the 10 first place votes. Junior Eric Hawerchuk will lead CCSU this spring after earning medalist honors at last year's conference championship.
Sophomore Kevin Josephson tied for sixth place overall to lead Central Connecticut State University to a runner-up finish at the New England Championships on Tuesday. The Blue Devils recorded a 36-hole score of 588 to place second on the par 72 Captains Golf Course in Brewster, MA. Josephson shot 71 on Monday and carded a one over par 73 to finish in 144 on Tuesday.
The Central Connecticut State University men's golf team is currently in second place at the New England Intercollegiate Golf Association (NEIGA) Championships after one round of play on Monday. The Blue Devils put forth a five over par 293 in day one action, with sophomore Kevin Josephson leading the way, carding a one under par 71 (33-38) on Monday. He is currently tied for third place in the tournament.
Central Connecticut State University finished competition at the Connecticut Cup on Tuesday, placing ninth out of 13 teams in
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#$%^carding a five over par 221 for the three-round tournament. His one under par 71 in third-round action was the best 18 hole
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Sophomore Greg Beloin led Central Connecticut State University in the first two rounds of action at the Connecticut Cup on Monday. He finished both rounds in three over par 75 to score 150 in day one of action. The Blue Devils are currently in ninth place out of 13 teams in competition at the Ellington Ridge Country Club.
Central Connecticut State University freshman Dan Fanion received his first Northeast Conference honor this week as he
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The Central Connecticut State University men's golf team shot five over par, 285, in the final round of play to place fifth out of 15 teams in competition at the Macdonald Cup at the Course at Yale this weekend. The Blue Devils finished with a score of 860 in the three-round tournament, just 18 strokes back of the host Bulldogs who won the event. Freshman Dan Fanion led CCSU with a one over par, 211 (68-72-71), to place in a tie for sixth in the 75 player tournament.
Sophomore Greg Beloin posted a second round score of 71 to finish the Dartmouth Invitational at two under par (140) and place third. The Central Connecticut State University men's golf team took fifth place out of 13 teams in competition, scoring 596 in the two-round tournament at the Hanover Country Club this weekend. The host Big Green won the team championship, shooting 579 for the weekend.
Sophomore Greg Beloin shot a two under par 69 during the first round of play at the Dartmouth Invitational as the Central Connecticut State University men's golf team finished tied for first after day one of competition on Saturday. The Blue Devils shot 11 over par (295) as a team and are tied with Yale University for the lead in the 13 team tournament.
The Central Connecticut State University men's golf team finished competition at the Rutgers Invitational on Saturday, placing fourth out of 13 teams. The Blue Devils, with a final score of 606 for the two rounds, finished 14 strokes back of the champion Scarlet Knights. Freshman Dan Fanion led the way for CCSU, finishing the two rounds in a 147 (72-75), five over par performance. He placed in a tie for seventh place on the leader board. Central will next compete at Dartmouth on September 26 and 27.
Freshman Dan Fanion led the Central Connecticut State University men's golf team with an opening round 72 to lead the Blue Devils in first day action of the Rutgers Invitational on Friday. CCSU is currently in fourth out of 13 teams in competition at the par 71 course at Rutgers.
Freshman Dan Fanion and junior Eric Hawerchuk shot 72 and 73 during final round play, respectively, as the Central Connecticut State University men's golf team placed fifth out of 13 teams at the Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate on Monday. Fanion's final score of 230 for the three rounds at the par 72 Kahluyat Golf Course placed him placed in 18th on the leaderboard for the tournament. Hawerchuk finished one back of Fanion, taking 19th at 15 over par (231) for the three rounds.
Junior Sam Pelletier posted scores of 69 and 77 to lead the Central Connecticut State University men's golf team during the first two rounds of play at the Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate on Sunday afternoon in Verona, NY. Pelletier is two over par after day one of action on the par 72 Kaluhyat Golf Course. The Blue Devils are currently in a tie for sixth with Binghamton in the 13 team field. CCSU shot a 303 in round one and a 314 in second round action.