Men's Golf in 4th After First Day of Armstrong Pirate Invite
SAVANNAH, Ga. – The Saint Leo men's golf team stands in fourth place at the end of play in the first day of the Armstrong Pirate Men's Invite. The squad, led by sophomore Trevor Joseph, shot a team score of 582 in the first and second rounds on the 6,897-yd. par-71 Savannah Quarters Golf and Country Club course.
Trevor Joseph (73-69—142) sits atop the leaderboard for the Lions, earning a two-over in round one and shooting two under par in the second round. He is tied for 10th place with 18 holes left to play on Tuesday.
Freshman Ryan Gendron (78-69—147) trails Joseph by just four strokes to sit tied for 22nd in the match. After shooting seven-over in the first round, Gendron was able to make an adjustment in the second round that allowed him to shoot two-under and sit in second place for the Lions' team.
After shooting identical scores of 74 in both rounds, freshman Joey Savoie (74-74—148) sits tied for 26th place among the competition.
Nova Southeastern currently leads the team standings with a team score of 567, just two strokes ahead of the number two team, Armstrong. Nova Southeastern's Hunter O'Mahoney (72-66—138) sits atop the individuals standings after shooting four-under for the day.
Tuesday's play will get underway at 8:00 a.m. with start of the final round.
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