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.
Freshman Daniel Morgan, senior Justin Hughes and senior Eric Hawerchuk each recorded 147 strokes to finish tied for 20th place. Morgan followed up his first round 70, with a five-over 77 in the second round. Hawerchuk was the most consistent golfer for Central this weekend posting a first round 74 and a second round 73. Hughes followed his opening round 77 with a team-best round of 70 on Tuesday.
Junior Kevin Josephson finished tied for 51st by shooting a 78 in the final round. He had shot a 73 in the opening round, giving him a total of 151. One stroke behind Josephson was sophomore Dan Fanion who finished tied for 56th with his 152 stroke performance. Fanion shot an opening round 77 and followed it with a second round 75.
Ryan Vince of James Madison won the individual title by shooting a three-under 141. His team also took home the team title with a 572 stroke performance. James Madison posted three golfers in the top-five to earn the team title.
Radford, USC Upstate, UNC Greensboro, and Towson rounded out the top-five ahead of Central.
The Blue Devils return to action on April 3rd at the Villanova Wildcat Invitational.