Central Connecticut freshman Daniel Morgan was named the Northeast Conference Men's Golf Rookie of the Year on Thursday afternoon. His teammate, junior Kevin Josephson earned a spot on the All-NEC Second Team. Both golfers played every round for the Blue Devils this season and contributed to Central's New England Championship.
Central Connecticut junior golfer Kevin Josephson has been named to the All-New England First Team on Monday. Josephson earns the honor after a great 2010-11 year in which he posted five top-10 finishes and captured a pair of individual titles.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team finished fourth at the Northeast Conference Championship with a team score of 915 strokes. The Blue Devils improved in each round of the tournament by shooting a 304 on Sunday. Senior Eric Hawerchuck was the top Blue Devil finisher on the 6,937 yard, par-72 Champions Gate Golf Course in Orlando, Florida. Hawerchuk improved every round and finished with a team-best round of 69 on Sunday to tie for 10th.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team improved their team score by one stroke to 305 for the second round of the Northeast Conference Championship. The CCSU squad shot a 306 during round one of the 54 hole event. The Blue Devils 611 stroke performance drops them to seventh in the team standings. The NEC Championships are being played on the 6,937 yard, par-72 Champions Gate Golf Course in Orlando, Florida.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team finished day one of the 2011 Northeast Conference Golf Championships in a three way tie for fifth place. The Blue Devils posted a team score of 306 strokes tying with St. Francis (PA) and Long Island. Pacing the Central team was senior Justin Hughes who shot an opening round 75 on the 6,937 yard, par-72 Champions Gate Golf Course in Orlando, Florida.
Kevin Josephson and Eric Hawerchuk each shot a day-one 74 and are tied for fifth place as the Central Connecticut men's golf team is tied for third after round one of the New England Division I Championships on Saturday. The tournament is being plated at the Newport National Country Club in Middletown, RI.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team shot an incredible day two score of 289 and claimed the New England Division I Men's Golf Championships on Sunday. The tournament was played at the Newport National Country Club in Middletown, RI. The course is a par-72 and is 7,244 yards long. The Blue Devils had four golfers shoot 73 or better on the second day of the tournament to claim the title.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team finished 13th at the Villanova Wildcat Invitational. The Blue Devils totaled 622 strokes good for a final score of 54-over par. Central was led by sophomore Dan Fanion who posted 152 strokes for the two rounds. He finished tied for 32nd.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team finished their first round of play at the Wildcat Invitational, but several teams did not as the round was stopped because of darkness. The Blue Devils were tied for 14th when play was halted. Sophomore Dan Fanion was the Blue Devils top performer shooting a +3 in the first round. The Wildcat Invitational is being played on par-71 7,009 yard White Manor course in Plymouth Meeting, PA.
Central Connecticut senior Eric Hawerchuk was named Northeast Conference Co-Golfer of the Week on Wednesday afternoon. Hawerchuk was one of three Blue Devils to tie for 20th at the C & F Bank Intercollegiate Invitational. Teammates Daniel Morgan and Justin Hughes also finished with 147 strokes to join Hawerchuk in 20th.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team finished day one of the C & F Bank Intercollegiate Invitational in a three way tie for sixth place with a total of 294 strokes. The Blue Devils were led by freshman Daniel Morgan who is currently tied for fourth place. Morgan shot a two-under 70 on the 6,659 yard par-72 course. The event hosted by the College of William and Mary.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team finished sixth at the C & F Bank Intercollegiate Invitational hosted by the College of William and Mary. The Blue Devils finished with a team score of 589 strokes, just one behind Towson University for fifth place. Central was led by a trio of golfers who finished tied for 20th at the event.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team has completed its first tournament of the Spring. The Blue Devils finished 10th at this weekend's Mission Inn Spring Fling in Howey-in-Hills, Florida. The Blue Devils posted their lowest score of the tournament on Sunday with a 305 stroke performance on Sunday. The team finished with a 62 over-par 926 for the three rounds.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team finished round two of the Mission Inn Spring Fling on Saturday. The Blue Devils finished the round in ninth place with a total score of 621 strokes. Central is one of 13 teams in the field this weekend on the par-72 Las Colinas course.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team has started its spring season with a trip to Howey-in-Hills, Florida, to play in the Mission Inn Spring Fling beginning on Friday. The Blue Devils are in ninth place overall after the first day of the 13-team tournament. Central shot a team score of 315 (+27) on the par-72 Las Colinas course.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team was selected as the 2011 Northeast Conference Preseason favorite. The Blue Devils earned the top spot in a preseason poll of the leagues 10 coaches. Coach Kevin Giancola's squad finished fifth at last year NEC Championship, but a strong Fall season has the conference's coaches viewing the Blue Devils as the favorite.
Junior men's golfer Kevin Josephson earned his third Northeast Conference Golfer of the Week honor on Wednesday, it was announced by the conference office. Josephson, who has earned medalist honors twice this fall, tied for the top spot at the 76th Annual NEIGA Championship on Monday and Tuesday. He finished second in the tournament after falling in a playoff.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team finished third at the 76th Annual NEIGA Championship which completed on Tuesday. Junior Kevin Josephson shot a day-two 71 (-1) and advanced to a playoff to determine the individual champion. Josephson lost on the second playoff hole to finish second in the tournament. The Blue Devils shot a two-day total of 593 to finish third, eight strokes behind Rhode Island who claimed the championship.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team is tied for second place at the 76th Annual NEIGA Championship following action on day one. The Blue Devils shot a day one score of 300, just three strokes behind tournament leader Rhode Island. Junior Kevin Josephson is tied for third place after the first round, shooting a 72, good for even par. Josephson led all Blue Devil golfers on the day, and trails the pair of players tied for first place by only one stroke. The NEIGA Championship is being held at the par-72 Captains Course in Brewster, MA.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team shot a team total 304 today to hold onto seventh place at the Connecticut Cup. The event was held at Ellington Ridge Country Club and was hosted by the University of Connecticut. Freshman Daniel Morgan was the top finisher for the Blue Devils tying for 10th place.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team finished day one of the Connecticut Cup in seventh place. Dan Fanion is tied for 11th to lead the Blue Devils after two rounds. The match is being hosted by the University of Connecticut at Ellington Ridge Country Club.
Central Connecticut junior Kevin Josephson was named Northeast Conference Golfer of the Week for the second time this season on Wednesday afternoon. Josephson was the individual winner at the Macdonald Cup of Yale University this past weekend, the Blue Devils finished fourth. It was Josephson's second victory of the season.
The Central Connecticut golf team placed fourth at the Macdonald Cup at Yale University. Junior Kevin Josephson won the event by shooting a 69 in the second round today,his second individual title of the fall season. He also won the CCSU Invitational earlier this season. The Blue Devils posted a team score of 584 for the tournament.
Kevin Josephson shot a day-one round of 67 and sits in second place at the Macdonald Cup at Yale University on Saturday. As a team the Blue Devils sit in a tie for eighth place with a day one score of 295, 15 shots behind round one leader St. John's. The tournament will end with 18 more holes on Sunday at Yale.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team captured third place at the Adams Cup of Newport, with a final tournament total of 893 strokes. The Blue Devils finished third out of 17 teams, led by junior Kevin Josephson's second place finish.
Kevin Josephson shot to rounds of 72 and the Central Connecticut men's golf team stands in third place after two rounds at the Adam Cup of Newport held in Middletown, RI. The Blue Devils shot a two-round total of 598 to sit in third place behind Central Florida and the University of West Florida. There are 17 teams in the tournament, and it finishes with the 18-hole final round on Tuesday.
Junior Kevin Josephson was named the Northeast Conference men's golfer of the week, it was announced on Wednesday. Josephson and the Blue Devils completed a sweep of the CCSU Fall Invitational this weekend at Wethersfield Country Club, winning the team and individual titles. The Blue Devils placed had the top three finishers in the event.
Kevin Josephson shot a two-day total of 141 and the Central Connecticut men's golf team completed a sweep of the CCSU Fall Invitational at Wethersfield Country Club on Monday afternoon. The Blue Devils shot a two-day total of 576, 19 shots better than second place Sacred Heart University. Josephson beat out teammate Justin Hughes (142) for his first collegiate medalist honor.
Teammates Kevin Josephson and Justin Hughes are tied for the lead with one other player and the Central Connecticut men's golf team leads by eight strokes after the first day of the CCSU Invitational at Wethersfield Country Club on Sunday. Both players shot a day-one one over par 72 to share the lead with David Renski from Sacred Heart. Round two will take place on Monday with tee times starting at 8:00 a.m.
The Central Connecticut men's golf team shot its best round of the tournament, carding a team score of 300 in the final round, to finish in fifth place at the Turning Stone Intercollegiate on Monday. The Blue Devils moved up one spot in the final standings, finishing behind Purdue, Missouri, Bowling Green and UConn. Justin Hughes shot a final round 73 to finish in a tie for 15th place to lead the Blue Devils.