The Central Connecticut men's golf team concluded their opening day of the 2012 season in 4th place at the Fourth Annual Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate. Host Missouri (276/283/559) leads the field followed by Louisville (285/283/568), Memphis (290/287/577). Central (297/287/584) sits in fourth place ahead of IPFW (296/297/593), Villanova (298/296/594), Army (301/295/596), and Celveland State (305/293/598).
Sophomore Monte Mullen (74/71/145) headed the Blue Devils on day one and sits in 12th place on the individual leader board. Senior Matthew DeJohn (73/72/145) is tied with teammate Mullen in the 12 spot. Mullen and DeJohn are just 13 shots back of the tournament's individual leader.
Also placing in the top-25 for the Blue Devils after the first two rounds was senior Dan Fanion (76/71/147). Senior Greg Beloin (74/80/154) is tied for 45th place and freshman Conor Murphy (87/73/160) sits in a 59th place tie individually after his first two rounds as a Blue Devil.
The third and final round of the tournament is set for Monday, September 3rd with golfers teeing off at 8 a.m.