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.
Josephson shot a 69 on the second day of the tournament on Monday to post the low round of the Invitational, and one of just three rounds under par during the two days. Hughes (70) and Blue Devil teammate Daniel Morgan (70) posted the other two. Morgan finished in a tie for third place with Sacred Heart's David Renski with a two-day total of 143.
The Blue Devils finished 19 shots ahead of SHU for the team title. Sacred Heart shot a 595 and was the only other team under 600 for the two days. American International (600), Army (605) and Manhattan (606) rounded out the top five. Holy Cross (608), Laval (610), Bryant (611), Hofstra (630) and St. Francis (NY) (686) rounded out the field.
Sam Pelletier (149) played as an individual for the Blue Devils and finished in a tie for 11th place overall. Eric Hawerchuk, Ash Crawford and Greg Beloin all shot 151 for the Blue Devils to tie for 18th. Kevin O'Connell (156, t30th) and Travis Fifi (157, t37th) rounded out scores for Central.