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.
CCSU shot 313 as a team after a score of 299 in round one action. The Blue Devils tied Binghamton for 16th place with a total of 612, while Missouri took the team title recording a mark of 575 in the two rounds at the Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, VA.
Junior Justin Hughes, who recorded Central's best score on Monday, finished in 82 on Tuesday to tie for 55th with a total of 152. Fellow junior Eric Hawerchuk finished four strokes back of Hughes, finishing in 78 for the second straight day to tie for 78th with a score of 156.
Sophomores Greg Beloin and Kevin Josephson rounded out the Blue Devils in the tournament. Beloin shot 80 for the second round in a row to tie for 103rd, while Josephson finished Tuesday's round in 83. Josephson totaled a score of 161 for the tournament, placing 105th.
Central Connecticut will next come back to the Nutmeg State to compete in the Yale Spring Invitational on Saturday April 3.