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    • March 25, 2014 1:10 AM EDT
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      SUBJECT: University of Delaware Men’s Golfers Tied For 21st Place Following First Day of Middleburg Bank Intercollegiate
       
      DATE: March 23, 2014
      kmt:
       
      WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- The University of Delaware men’s golf squad carded a 310 team score on Sunday and is tied for 21st place following the first day of the Middleburg Bank Intercollegiate hosted by William & Mary.
       
      Eastern Michigan and Texas Tech lead the 27-team field after both squads posted 288 team scores during Sunday’s opening round.
       
      Blue Hen senior Dan Costenbader fired a four over par 40-34-74 on the par 70, 6,765-yard River Course at Kingsmill Resort, finishing the day tied for 36th place in the individual standings. Costenbader birdied the seventh hole during his five over par front nine, and was six over before birdieing his final two holes of the day.
       
      Sophomore Kyle Martin carded a six over par 41-35-76 which included birdies on 12 and 13 during an even par back nine, ending the day tied for 65th place. Classmate Colin McKenna is tied for 96th place after he posted a nine over par round of 41-38-79 which featured birdies on the 15th and 18th holes.
       
      Junior Fraser Graham recorded an 11 over par 41-40-81 to finish the day tied for 116th place, while freshman Marc Oliveri carded a 14 over par 40-44-84 to tie for 131st place following Sunday’s action.
       
      Carter Jenkins of UNC Greensboro holds a one shot lead after firing a two under par 68 on Sunday.
       
      The tournament’s second of three rounds will be held Monday with a shotgun start beginning at 8:30 a.m.
       
      AGATE
       
      Middleburg Bank Intercollegiate Team Scores (following first day): T1. Eastern Michigan - 288; T1. Texas Tech - 288; T3. Dayton - 293; T3. William & Mary - 293; T3. UNC Greensboro - 293; T6. Eastern Kentucky - 294; T6. Radford - 294; T8. James Madison - 295; T8. Appalachian State - 295; 10. Loyola (Md.) - 296; T11. Miami (Ohio) - 298; T11. Longwood - 298; 13. Fairleigh Dickinson - 300; 14. Boston College - 301; 15. Penn State - 303; T16. Rutgers - 304; T16. Binghamton - 304; 18. Towson - 306; T19. Wright State - 308; T19. Bucknell - 308; T21. Delaware - 310; T21. George Mason - 310; 23. Temple - 311; 24. IPFW - 312; 25. Georgetown - 313; 26. Loyola-Chicago - 314; 27. Saint Joseph’s - 322.
       
      Top 10 Individuals: 1. Carter Jenkins (UNC Greensboro), 68; T2. Jacob Groninger (IPFW), 69; T2. John Michael Cole (Appalachian State), 69; T2. Ryan Rettberg (Radford), 69; T5. Michael Blair (Eastern Michigan), 70; T5. George Rohde III (Dayton), 70; T7. Matias Dominguez (Texas Tech), 71; T7. David Gaylord (Fairleigh Dickinson), 71; T7. Alex Hicks (William & Mary), 71; T7. Matt Oshrine (Loyola, Md.), 71; T7. Nick Paxson (Dayton), 71; T7. Clement Sordet (Texas Tech), 71; T7. Patric Sundlof (Eastern Kentucky), 71; T7. Brett White (Eastern Michigan), 71.
       
      Delaware Golfers: T36. Dan Costenbader, 74; T65. Kyle Martin, 76; T96. Colin McKenna, 79; T116. Fraser Graham, 81; T131. Marc Oliveri, 84.
       
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    • March 25, 2014 1:18 AM EDT
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      Brandywine 217 AI 224

      Brandywine - Fecondo 46, Schiavi 52, Bradley 59, Keulmann 60, Lahijani 73. Defosse 74

      AI DuPont - Lorenz 50, Tanzilli 57, Nolte 57, Thompson 60, Wison 70, Craig 77

      Medalist - Anthony Fecondo 46, at Wilmington CC par 35           

       

      Appoquinimink def Mt. Pleasant - 7 to 2
      R. Tudor (Appo) def Z. Rimmer (Mt. Pleas) 4 and 3
      A. Lewonas (Appo) def J. Cahill (Mt. Pleas) 5 and 3
      R. Northey (Mt. Pleas) def Z. Cooper (Appo) 3 and 1
      Z. Lagola (Appo) won forfeit
      R. Moore (Appo) def J. Crowder (Mt. Pleas) 5 and 4
      M. Steiger (Appo) def T. Davis (Mt. Pleas) 4 and 2
      Medalist - Alex Lewonas (Appo) 39 at Rock Manor (Back 9) Par 36

    • March 26, 2014 12:38 AM EDT
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      SUBJECT: Wildcat Golfers Wrap Up Jim Bishop Toyota Classic in North Alabama
      Ninth Place

       

      DATE: March 25, 2014
      Djl

       

      MUSCLE SHOALS, Ala. - - The Wilmington University golf team
      posted a third round score of 314 at the Jim Bishop Toyota Classic, finishing in
      ninth place out of 14 school playing at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail hosted
      by North Alabama.

       

      The Wildcats finished their second tournament of the 2014 spring
      season with a 319-301-314 three round score of 934, 24 strokes off the pace of
      the leaders; the host school North Alabama Lions.

       

      Freshman Sam Clark led the Wildcats, finishing in a tie for 16th
      overall after three rounds. He posted an 80 on Tuesday to finish with a
      76-73-80, for a tournament score of 229, 13-over par.

       

      Senior Andrew Baldo steadily improved each round, finishing
      Tuesday with a his best score of the tournament (77). He placed in a tie for
      29th overall after posting a 79-78-77 for a three round score of 234, 18-over
      par.

       

      Senior Tomasz Pulsakowski was the third Wildcat finisher, posting
      an 81-76-81 for a three-round score of 238, 22-over par. He finished in a tie
      for 41st overall, although his 81 on Tuesday did not factor into the team score
      for the third round.

       

      Senior Jerry Temple shot an 80 on Tuesday to finish in 44th
      overall for the tournament. He shot an 83-76-80 for a 239, 23-over par in the
      two-day tournament.

       

      Junior Matt DiEleuterio was the final Wildcat to score on
      Tuesday, tying Baldo for the team lead in the third round with a 77. He finished
      in a tie for 48th overall with an 87-76-77 for a three-round score of 240,
      24-over par.

       

      Playing as individuals, sophomore Andreas Lunding finished in a
      tie for 34th overall, shooting a 78 on the final day to post an 84-74-78 for a
      tournament score of 236, 20-over par. Junior Alexander Lautenschlaeger shot a
      week’s best 77 on Tuesday, finishing in a tie for 59th overall for the
      tournament. He shot an 80-86-77 for a three round score of 243, 27-over par.

       

      The host Lions battled from behind to take the team title on
      Tuesday, posting a day’s best 302 to win the tournament by four strokes.
      Missouri-St. Louis, who was leading after the first two rounds, shot a 311 on
      Tuesday to finish in second place, posting a 914.

       

      North Alabama’s Trent Alexander earned medalist honors after
      cushioning himself with a large lead through the first two rounds. Alexander
      posted a 79 on Tuesday to finish with a 69-70-79 for a 218, two-over par for the
      tournament.

       

      The Wildcats are off to their last tournament in the southeast
      for the 2014 season as they head to Miami Beach, Fla., to take part in the
      Buccaneer Invitational, hosted by Barry University. The first day of the
      tournament is scheduled for Monday, March 31.

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      SUBJECT: Wildcat Golfers Wrap Up Jim Bishop Toyota Classic in North Alabama
      Ninth Place

       

      DATE: March 25, 2014
      Djl

       

      MUSCLE SHOALS, Ala. - - The Wilmington University golf team
      posted a third round score of 314 at the Jim Bishop Toyota Classic, finishing in
      ninth place out of 14 school playing at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail hosted
      by North Alabama.

       

      The Wildcats finished their second tournament of the 2014 spring
      season with a 319-301-314 three round score of 934, 24 strokes off the pace of
      the leaders; the host school North Alabama Lions.

       

      Freshman Sam Clark led the Wildcats, finishing in a tie for 16th
      overall after three rounds. He posted an 80 on Tuesday to finish with a
      76-73-80, for a tournament score of 229, 13-over par.

       

      Senior Andrew Baldo steadily improved each round, finishing
      Tuesday with a his best score of the tournament (77). He placed in a tie for
      29th overall after posting a 79-78-77 for a three round score of 234, 18-over
      par.

       

      Senior Tomasz Pulsakowski was the third Wildcat finisher, posting
      an 81-76-81 for a three-round score of 238, 22-over par. He finished in a tie
      for 41st overall, although his 81 on Tuesday did not factor into the team score
      for the third round.

       

      Senior Jerry Temple shot an 80 on Tuesday to finish in 44th
      overall for the tournament. He shot an 83-76-80 for a 239, 23-over par in the
      two-day tournament.

       

      Junior Matt DiEleuterio was the final Wildcat to score on
      Tuesday, tying Baldo for the team lead in the third round with a 77. He finished
      in a tie for 48th overall with an 87-76-77 for a three-round score of 240,
      24-over par.

       

      Playing as individuals, sophomore Andreas Lunding finished in a
      tie for 34th overall, shooting a 78 on the final day to post an 84-74-78 for a
      tournament score of 236, 20-over par. Junior Alexander Lautenschlaeger shot a
      week’s best 77 on Tuesday, finishing in a tie for 59th overall for the
      tournament. He shot an 80-86-77 for a three round score of 243, 27-over par.

       

      The host Lions battled from behind to take the team title on
      Tuesday, posting a day’s best 302 to win the tournament by four strokes.
      Missouri-St. Louis, who was leading after the first two rounds, shot a 311 on
      Tuesday to finish in second place, posting a 914.

       

      North Alabama’s Trent Alexander earned medalist honors after
      cushioning himself with a large lead through the first two rounds. Alexander
      posted a 79 on Tuesday to finish with a 69-70-79 for a 218, two-over par for the
      tournament.

       

      The Wildcats are off to their last tournament in the southeast
      for the 2014 season as they head to Miami Beach, Fla., to take part in the
      Buccaneer Invitational, hosted by Barry University. The first day of the
      tournament is scheduled for Monday, March 31.

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      Stl Elizabeth 245 Caravel 173

      Odessa National Golf Course
      Front 9 -
      Par 36

      St. Elizabeth's - 245
      Roncone, E. 49
      Destafano, J.
      53
      Leary, M. 62
      Forfeit 81

      Caravel Academy - 173
      Sterrett, T.
      40
      Ward, T. 43
      Tulowitzki, N. 43
      Schaefer, N. 43

      Medalist

      Travis Sterrett 40 (+4)

      Brandywine 9 Christiana 0

      Brandywine -
      Fecondo 43, Bradley 45, Schiavi 48, Defosse 57, Lahijani 57, Keulmann
      59

      Christiana - Forfeit

      Medalist - Anthony Fecondo 43 at Porky
      Oliver GC par 34

      Appo- 174
      R. Tudor - 39
      A.
      Lewonas - 44
      Z. Lagola - 45
      R. Moore - 46
      Z. Cooper - 50
      N. Modica -
      53
      AI DuPont - 224
      E. Lorenz - 46
      R. Nolte - 54
      J.
      Thompson - 59
      J. Winward - 65
      T. Tanzilli - 66
      B. Wilson -
      71
      Medalist - Ryan Tudor (39) Appo at Wilminton CC Front 9 - par
      35

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      Medalist: Jerome Mangubat 37

      CR:169 SC 234
      J. Mangubat - 37
      M. Rosal - 44
      J. Dixon - 44
      D. Sanders - 44
      G. Dixon - 50
      K. Satterfield - 52

      Sussex Central:
      B. Pettyjohn - 52
      A. Howard - 53
      K. Fritz - 64
      Z. Givans - 65
      N. Sis - 65
      C. Dorey - 70    

      Delmar - 196
      Jonah Vincent - 43
      William Bounds - 48
      Jim Wood- 51
      Helen Wilson -54
      Patrick Littleton- 56
      Joe Groth - 64


      Smyrna - 200
      Joe Deladvitch 45
      Eric Schmuesser 50
      Jordan Yeomans 50
      Kevin Polk 55
      Austin Smallwood 58
      Russell Poole 59           

       

             

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      SUBJECT: University of Delaware Men’s Golfers in 11th Place Following First Day of Fairleigh Dickinson Invitational

      DATE: April 13, 2014
      kmt:

      HAMBURG, N.J. -- The University of Delaware men’s golf squad carded a 332 team score on Sunday and sits in 11th place following the first day of the Fairleigh Dickinson Invitational.

      Binghamton leads the 14-team field with a 300 score during Sunday’s opening round, while the host Knights are second at 302 and Hofstra is third with a 313 score.

      Delaware sophomore Colin McKenna fired an eight over par 36-43-79 on the par 71, 6,734-yard course at Crystal Springs Golf Club, finishing the day tied for 19th in the individual standings. Fellow sophomore Kyle Martin is tied for 35th place after carding an 11 over par 45-37-82 during his opening round.

      Blue Hen freshman Joe Visalli recorded a 13 over par 43-41-84, ending the day tied for 46th place. Senior Dan Costenbader, who carded a 46-41-87, and junior Fraser Graham, who fired a 45-42-87, are each tied for 58th place at 16 over par.

      U Minn Woon of Fairleigh Dickinson holds a one-shot lead after he carded an even par 37-34-71 during Sunday’s action.

      The tournament’s second and final round will be held Monday with a shotgun start beginning at 8 a.m.

      AGATE

      Fairleigh Dickinson Invitational Team Scores (following first day): 1. Binghamton - 300; 2. Fairleigh Dickinson - 302; 3. Hofstra - 313; 4. Towson - 316; 5. Central Connecticut - 317; 6. St. Peter’s - 318; 7. Villanova - 320; 8. Monmouth - 326; 9. Manhattan - 328; 10. Iona - 329; 11. Delaware - 332; 12. Wagner - 334; 13. Lafayette - 339; 14. St. Francis (N.Y.) - 344.

      Top 10 Individuals: 1. U Minn Woon (FDU), 37-34-71; 2. Josh Holling (Binghamton), 37-35-72; T3. Bryce Edmister (Binghamton), 36-37-73; T3. Brandon Shin (Hofstra), 38-35-73; T5. Robby Meador (Villanova), 39-35-74; T5. Jack Sedgewick (Binghamton), 37-37-74; 7. Matt DeJohn (CCSU), 39-36-75; T8. Tom Barnes (FDU), 40-36-76; T8. David Gaylord (FDU), 39-37-76; T8. Dominic Diaz (Saint Peter’s), 40-36-76.

      Delaware Golfers: T19. Colin McKenna, 36-43-79; T35. Kyle Martin, 45-37-82; T46. Joe Visalli, 43-41-84; T58. Dan Costenbader, 46-41-87, T58. Fraser Graham, 45-42-87.

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      St. Elizabeth 8 Sanford 1

      Riordan, San, wins by forfeit; Distefano, St. E, def. Vendrick, San, 1 up; M Iavoli, St. E, def. Harrington, San, 4 and 2; S Iavoli, St. E, def. Cecil, San, 5 and 4; Roncone, St. E, def. Charles, San, 4 and 2; Leary, St. E, def. Bachman-Paternoster, San, 5 and 3.
      Medalist: Edmond Roncone 44. At Delcastle (Par 36) 

       

      CR 177 St. Marks 199-Deerfield Golf Club Par 35
      Medalist: Matt Rosal - 42

      CR:
      Matt Rosal - 42
      Jerome Mangubat - 43
      Kyle Hoover - 45
      Devin Sanders - 47
      Garret Dixon - 53
      Jack Dixon - 55

      St. Marks:
      Sommermann - 46
      O'Rourke - 48
      Gunyuzlu - 49
      Baker - 56
      Schepers - 57
      Eller - 57  

       

      Seaford 179 Dover 202

      Seaford

      C. Perry 40
      A. Kraft 46
      N. Richardson 45
      J. Worrick 48

      A. Gray 60
      B. Morgan 66

      Dover
      B. Hennessy 46
      S. Purcell 52
      W. Thurman 67
      W. Seymore 51
      J. Barker 58
      R. Rodriguez 63

       

      Appoquinimink - 172
      R. Tudor - 40
      Z. Cooper - 42
      R. Moore - 45
      Z. Lagola - 45
      A. Lewonas - 51
      N. Modica - 54

      Newark - 212
      J. Dill - 44
      S. Mullin - 48
      D. Brown - 58
      P. Sharp - 62
      S. Callihan - 68
      J. Campbell - 69

      Medalist - Ryan Tudor (Appo) 40 - Newark CC front 9 (par 35)

      Sussex Tech 172 Cape 174

      ST
      Medalist Zack Bell  39
      Z Bell 39  F Hayes 41 M Catalfano 45
      A Bennington  47  S Slacum 49 P Gaskin 56

      Cape Henlopen
      M Jones 42 M Baptiste 42  D Branner 43
      M Distasio 47 J Ashby 48 L Branner 51

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      SUBJECT: Kyle Martin Leads University of Delaware Men’s Golfers To 13th Place Finish After First Day of Navy Spring Invitational

       

      DATE: April 18, 2014

      kmt:

       

      ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- Blue Hen sophomore Kyle Martin is tied for 14th place in the individual standings while the University of Delaware men’s golf team sits 13th in the team standings on Friday following the first day of the Navy Spring Invitational.

       

      The Blue Hens carded a 309 team scoring during Friday’s opening round, finishing the day in 13th place out of 18 squads. St. Francis (Pa.) and Towson are tied for the lead with 296 scores while Navy is third at 301, Saint Joseph’s sits in fourth place at 302, and Cornell rounds out the top five at 303.

       

      Martin fired a three over par 37-37-74 on the par 71, 6,528-yard USNA Golf Course, ending the day tied for 14th place in the individual standings. Junior Niño Rosal is tied for 17th place after he carded a 36-39-75, four over par.

       

      UD senior Dan Costenbader, who recorded a 40-40-80, and freshman Joe Visalli, who carded a 41-39-80, are each tied for 60th place at nine over par. Freshman Marc Oliveri shot a 14 over par 39-46-85 to end his day tied for 86th place.

       

      TJ McNulty of Saint Joseph’s holds a three-shot lead after firing a four under par 33-34-67 during Friday’s round.

       

      The second and final round of the tournament will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday.

       

      AGATE

       

      Navy Spring Invitational Team Scores (following first day): T1. St. Francis (Pa.) - 296; T1. Towson - 296; 3. Navy - 301; 4. Saint Joseph’s - 302; 5. Cornell 303; T6. Rhode Island - 304; T6. Drexel - 304; T8. Penn - 305; T8. Siena - 305; 10. Navy “Gold” - 306; T11. Bucknell - 308; T11. Emory - 308; 13. Delaware - 309; 14. Lehigh - 310; 15. Colgate - 311; 16. Lafayette - 313; 17. LIU Brooklyn - 314; 18. Navy “White” - 321.

       

      Top 10 Individuals: 1. TJ McNulty (Saint Joseph’s), 33-34-67; T2. Michael Shine (Siena), 35-35-70; T2. Jon Gunerman (Towson), 35-35-70; T2. Shane Crampton (St. Francis, Pa.), 35-35-70; T5. August Jonas (Navy), 35-36-71; T5. Matt Fry (Towson), 37-34-71; T7. Zack Bosse (Cornell), 35-37-72; T7. Colby Hipp (Emory), 38-34-72; T9. William Walthouse IV (Rhode Island), 34-39-73; T9. Zach Allinson (Lehigh), 38-35-73; T9. Kevin Fawcett (St. Francis, Pa.), 37-36-73; T9. Ian Lynch (Colgate), 38-35-73; T9. Dane Walton (Penn), 35-38-73.

       

      Delaware Golfers: T14. Kyle Martin, 37-37-74; T17. Niño Rosal, 36-39-75; T60. Dan Costenbader, 40-40-80; T60. Joe Visalli, 41-39-80; T86. Marc Oliveri, 39-46-85.

       

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      Neumann University

      4/21/14

       

      Golf

      Swarthmore Quad Match

      Rolling Green Golf Club

      Neumann A: 7th / 9

      Neumann B: 9th / 9

       

      SPRINGFIELD, Pa. – The Neumann University golf team competed at the Swarthmore Quad match on Monday afternoon. The Knights fielded two teams; the first team came in seventh out of nine teams while the other finishing in ninth.

       

      Swarthmore’s A team came in first with a team score of 309. Rutgers-Camden’s A team placed second with a score of 211. Ursinus came in third (318), Cabrini fourth (320) and Immaculata fifth (328). Rutgers-Camden’s B team placed sixth with a score of 331. Neumann’s A team had a score of 336 for seventh place. Swarthmore B finished eighth (349) and Neumann B rounded out the field with a score of 359 for ninth place.

       

      Brandon Gagne (so. Pembroke, Ontario / Fellowes) led Neumann’s A team with a score of 81 on the par 71, 6,695 yard course. Ryan Dreger (sr. Brookhaven, Pa. / Dauphin Regional) and Brandon Sommerman (so. Wilmington, Del. / St. Mark's) each shot an 83. Bruce Bandos (jr. Wilmington, Del. / St. Mark's) and Mike Basileo (so. Pennsaukin, N.J. / Pope Paul VI) rounded out the A team, each shooting an 89.

       

      For the B team, Brendan Thompson (jr. West Chester, Pa. / Bishop Shanahan) shot an 82 to lead the team. Andrew Luskin (sr. West Chester, Pa. / Bishop Shanahan) had and 87 and Pat McCann (fr. Philadelphia, Pa. / Roman Catholic) shot an 89. Lauren Cusack (so. Toronto, Ontario / Father John Redmond) shot a 92 on the afternoon and Tom Bruder (so. Newtown Square, Pa. / Malvern Prep) rounded out the Knights with a 101.

       

      Neumann will compete in the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Championship this weekend. The first round will take place on Friday.

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      SUBJECT: University of Delaware Women’s Golf Recruit Rachel Lee Continues Impressive Run By Qualifying For U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship


      DATE: June 5, 2014

      kmt:


      NEWARK, Del. -- University of Delaware women’s golf incoming freshman Rachel Lee recently qualified for the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship, continuing her impressive play this spring.


      Lee carded a 74 at Laurel Hill Golf Club in Lorton, Va. on May 29, finishing in second place while qualifying for the prestigious championship. She will participate in the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship on July 14-19 on the par 71, 7,365-yard Sand Creek Station Golf Course in Newton, Kan.


      Previously, Lee won the College Prep Series Event on the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour’s stop in College Park, Md. on May 10-11. She carded a six over par 71-77-148 on the par 71 course at the University of Maryland Golf Club.


      Lee, a native of Woodstock, Md., also won the Peggy Kirk Bell Girls’ Golf Tour’s Pennsylvania Classic at Heritage Hills Resort in York, Pa. Competing in the Bell Division, Lee fired a 75-79-154 to capture the event, which was held May 3-4.


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      SUBJECT: University of Delaware Men’s Golf Incoming Freshman Jack Gianniny Wins New York State High School Championship


      DATE: June 5, 2014

      kmt:


      ITHACA, N.Y. -- University of Delaware men’s golf incoming freshman Jack Gianniny captured the New York State Public High School Athletic Association golf championship earlier this week.


      Gianniny, who attends Pittsford Sutherland High School in Pittsford, N.Y., finished the tournament with an even par 73-69-142 to post a three-shot victory at Cornell’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Course in Ithaca.


      Gianniny was tied with two other players heading into Monday’s final round, but quickly took control by posting birdies on four of the first five holes. Gianniny was tied through 14, but parred three consecutive holes before a birdie on 18 to secure the state title.


      Gianniny also claimed the Section V Class A title at Ridgemont, and captured the Supersectional event at Oak Hill.


      Additionally Gianniny has qualified for the prestigious Monroe Invitational Championship, which will be held at Monroe Golf Club in Pittsford, N.Y. on June 9-14.


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      SUBJECT: Kyle Martin Tied For Individual Lead, Blue Hen Men’s Golfers Tied For Second After First Day of Navy Fall Classic

       

      DATE: September 6, 2014

       

      ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- Blue Hen junior Kyle Martin fired a four under par 33-34-67 and is tied for the individual lead while the Blue Hens are tied for second place in the team standings on Saturday following the first day of the season-opening Navy Fall Classic.

       

      Martin posted the lowest round of his career during Saturday’s opening round on the par 71, 6,528-yard Naval Academy Course, and is tied for the lead with John Hulede of Towson.

       

      Delaware posted a 288 team score, the program’s lowest since Sept. 29, 2012, to finish the day tied for second place in the team standings with a 288 score. Seton Hall leads the 10-team field with a 284 score, while Cornell and the Blue Hens are four shots back. Towson and Georgetown are each tied for fourth place with 290 scores.

       

      UD freshman Erik Dulik fired an even par 36-35-71 during his Blue Hen debut to finish the day tied for eighth place, while fellow newcomer Jack Gianniny is tied for 29th place after carding a four over par 34-41-75.

       

      Freshman Kieran Purcell is also tied for 29th with a 36-39-75 while Blaine Lafferty, playing as an individual, carded a four under par 39-36-75. Senior Fraser Graham is tied for 52nd place after he recorded an 11 over par 40-42-82 during Saturday’s round.

       

      AGATE

       

      Navy Fall Classic Team Scores (following first day): 1. Seton Hall - 284; T2. Cornell - 288; T2. Delaware - 288; T4. Towson - 290; T4. Georgetown - 290; 6. Navy - 291; 7. Brown - 294; 8. Villanova - 296; 9. Saint Joseph’s - 306; 10. Navy “Gold” - 308.

       

      Top 10 Individuals: 1. Kyle Martin (Delaware), 33-34-67; T1. John Hulede (Towson), 32-35-67; 3. Ryan Snouffer (Seton Hall), 33-35-68; T4. Luke Graboyes (Cornell), 36-33-69; T4. Sam Stewart (Towson), 32-37-69; T4. Cole Berman (Georgetown), 35-34-69; 7. Chris Troy (Cornell), 36-34-70; T8. August Jonas (Navy), 36-35-71; T8. Sam Madsen (Georgetown), 35-36-71; T8. J.T. Harper (Seton Hall), 32-39-71; T8. Erik Dulik (Delaware), 36-35-71; T8. Bryce Keene (Navy), 34-37-71.

       

      Other Delaware Golfers: T29. Jack Gianniny, 34-41-75; T29. Kieran Purcell, 36-39-75; T29. Blaine Lafferty, 39-36-75; T52. Fraser Graham, 40-42-82.

       

      FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Kevin Tritt at: ktritt@udel.edu (email) / 302-831-8715 (office) / 302-383-5005 (cell)

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      From: "Selheimer, Scott"
      Sent: Sunday, September 7, 2014 7:03:07 PM
      Subject: SUBJECT: Eric Dulik, University of Delaware Men¹s Golfers Finish Second at Season-Opening Navy Fall Classic

       

      SUBJECT: Eric Dulik, University of Delaware Men’s Golfers Finish Second at Season-Opening Navy Fall Classic

       

      DATE: September 7, 2014

       

      ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- Blue Hen freshman Erik Dulik finished in second place after falling in a sudden death playoff while the University of Delaware men’s golf squad also placed second in the team standings as UD opened its 2014 fall season in impressive fashion this weekend at the Navy Fall Classic.

       

      Dulik, who opened with an even par 71 on Saturday, fired a five under par 66 on the par 71, 6,528-yard Naval Academy Course on Sunday, finishing in a tie for first place along with Cole Berman of Georgetown. The two players then squared off in a sudden death playoff, with Berman edging Dulik to earn medalist honors.

       

      Playing in his first collegiate tournament, Dulik tied for the third lowest round in UD history by carding the 66 on Sunday.

       

      Blue Hen junior Kyle Martin posted the best finish of his career, as he fired a four under par 67-71-138 to finish in a tie for third place at the invitational. Freshman Jack Gianniny was the third UD player to finish among the top 20, tying for 16th place after his four over par score of 75-71-146.

       

      Fellow rookie Kieran Purcell tied for 30th place with a seven over par 75-74-149 while classmate Blaine Lafferty, playing as an individual, carded a 13 over par 75-80-155 to finish tied for 44th place. Senior Fraser Graham, who recorded a 19 over par 82-79-161, ended up tied for 53rd place.

       

      Delaware recorded a 282 team score on Sunday, the only squad in the invitational to post an under par team round. The Blue Hens, who fired a 288 on Saturday, finished at 570 and were just one shot behind tournament champion Seton Hall. Third place Georgetown finished eight shots behind UD at 578, followed by Towson at 581 and Navy at 583.

       

      “To open the season with a second place finish and become the only team to finish a round under par, with three freshmen in the group, is certainly exciting and bodes well for the future of the program,” said Blue Hen head coach Mike Keogh. “The guys are very excited about the season and they are already looking forward to Cornell.”

       

      Delaware takes next weekend off before participating in the Cornell Fall Invitational at Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Ithaca, N.Y. on Sept. 20-21. 

       

      AGATE

       

      Navy Fall Classic Final Team Scores: 1. Seton Hall - 569; 2. Delaware - 570; 3. Georgetown - 578; 4. Towson - 581; 5. Navy - 583; 6. Villanova - 586; 7. Cornell - 589; 8. Saint Joseph’s - 590; 9. Brown - 592; 10. Navy “Gold” - 608.

       

      Top 10 Individuals: 1. Cole Berman (Georgetown), 69-68-137; 2. Erik Dulik (Delaware), 71-66-137; T3. Kyle Martin (Delaware), 67-71-138; T3. Kevin O’Brien (Seton Hall), 72-66-138; 5. August Jonas (Navy), 71-68-139; 6. John Hulede (Towson), 67-73-140; T7. Sam Stewart (Towson), 69-72-141; T7. Ryan Snouffer (Seton Hall), 68-73-141; 9. Lucas Trim (Villanova), 72-71-143; T10. TJ McNulty (Saint Joseph’s), 74-70-144; T10. Gregory Podufal (Georgetown), 73-71-144;  T10. Bryce Keene (Navy), 71-73-144.

       

      Other Delaware Golfers: T16. Jack Gianniny, 75-71-146; T30. Kieran Purcell, 75-74-149; T44. Blaine Lafferty, 75-80-155; T53. Fraser Graham, 82-79-161.

       

      FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Kevin Tritt at: ktritt@udel.edu (email) / 302-831-8715 (office) / 302-383-5005 (cell)

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      From: "Selheimer, Scott"
      Sent: Sunday, September 7, 2014 6:00:04 PM
      Subject: SUBJECT:  No. 18 University of Delaware Holds Strong Against No. 2 North Carolina in 5-1 Loss

      SUBJECT:  No. 18 University of Delaware Holds Strong Against No. 2 North Carolina in 5-1 Loss

       

      DATE:  September 7, 2014

       

      NEWARK, Del. – The score wasn’t indicative of the game the University of Delaware field hockey squad played Sunday afternoon as the No. 18 Blue Hens held their own in a 5-1 loss to No. 2 North Carolina at Rullo Stadium.

       

      The Tar Heels, who upset No. 1 Maryland Friday night, tallied just two goals in the first half as the freshman Emmeline Oltmans (Baarn, The Netherlands/Het Baarnsch Lyceum) held her own with four saves against one of the toughest offenses in the nation.

       

      UNC (4-0) eventually went up 5-0 before the Blue Hens (3-2) erased the shutout. Juniors Jacki Coveleski (Lewes, Del./Cape Henlopen) and Michaela Patzner (Rosenheim, Germany/Karolinen Gymnasium) connected once again this weekend in the 60th minute as Coveleski put a Patzner pass into the top left corner of the net.

       

      Charlotte Craddock and Gab Major tallied two goals apiece while Emma Bozek dished out two assists for the Heels.

       

      Oltmans finished the game with a season-best seven saves while UNC’s Shannon Johnson registered three saves.

       

      POST-GAME QUOTES

      Head Coach Rolf van de Kerkhof

      “We’ve seen a huge improvement since preseason. Carolina is going to be the No. 1 team Tuesday when the new polls come out. To take it to them from time to time is really phenomenal for a very young and talented Blue Hen group. In the first half, other than the goals, our stats were pretty much the same. In the second half, aside from two five-minute spans, we played with them. We competed today and were not afraid to put it to them. Emmeline [Oltmans] played phenomenal. She kept us in the game a few times and did a tremendous job.”

       

      HEN SCRATCHINGS

      • Jacki Coveleski and Michaela Patzner combined for 12 points in this weekend’s contests against UNC and Richmond.
      • North Carolina improves to 6-1 all-time against the Blue Hens.
      • Delaware’s lone losses this season have come against Top 12 ranked teams.
      • UNC held a slight 3-2 advantage in penalty corners.

       

      UPCOMING SCHEDULE

      • Friday, September 12, 2014 – No. 18 Delaware at Temple – 3 p.m. – Geasey Field (Philadelphia, Pa.)
      • Sunday, September 14, 2014 – Cornell at No. 18 Delaware – 1 p.m. – Rullo Stadium (Newark, Del.)
      • Friday, September 19, 2014 – No. 18 Delaware at Villanova – 7 p.m. – Villanova Stadium (Philadelphia, Pa.)

       

      FOR MORE INFORMATION: Please contact Maggie Hayon | mhayon@udel.edu | O: 302-831-6389 | C: 920-912-6635

       

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      SUBJECT: Nathalie Filler Earns Medalist Honors, University of Delaware Women’s Golfers Defend Team Title at Tignanelli Towson Invitational

       

      DATE: September 8, 2014

       

      PHOENIX, Md. -- The University of Delaware women’s golf team successfully defended its Tignanelli Towson Invitational crown while Blue Hen junior Nathalie Filler became the first medalist winner in program history during UD’s 2014 season-opening tournament on Sunday and Monday.

       

      The Blue Hens, who won three team titles last year, including the 2013 Tignanelli Towson Invitational, finished tied for first place along with the host Tigers as both squads posted a 303 score on Sunday and a 305 on Monday. Delaware won the tiebreaker, giving the Blue Hens their second straight Tignanelli Towson Invitational championship and their fourth team victory in school history.

       

      “We are very excited to start the season with a victory,” said Blue Hen head coach Patty Post. “The team fought hard all the way through 18 today. Rachel (Lee) made a huge putt for birdie on 18 for the tie, but it was a team effort all the way around. Nathalie’s individual win showed her progress as a player and we are very excited for her. Towson played great both rounds and we congratulate their efforts as well.”

       

      Filler earned medalist honors at the invitational, as she followed up her opening round 75 by tying the Blue Hen single round record with a one under par 71 on the par 72, 6,162-yard course at Towson Golf & Country Club. Filler, who won the tournament by two strokes while finishing at two over par, also set a UD record with a 146 two-round score.

       

      Blue Hen freshman Rachel Lee, competing in her first collegiate tournament, finished in third place with a five over par 74-75-149. Playing in the final group of the day, Lee knocked home a 12-foot birdie putt on the final hole to pull Delaware into a tie with Towson in the team standings.

       

      Sophomore Vitoria Teixeira, who carded a 77-77-154 during the invitational, and junior Vimonthip Benjasupawan, who fired a 76-78-154, each tied for 14th place in the individual standings at 10 over par.

       

      Junior Andi Slane finished with a 12 over par score of 81-75-156 to tie for 23rd place, while senior and fellow co-captain Baralee Theinthong also tied for 23rd after carding a 76-80-156 for the tournament. UD sophomore Marie Bogenez, who fired a 14 over par 78-80-158, ended in a tie for 30th place.

       

      Delaware will take the next few weeks off before competing in the Diana Thomason Invitational hosted by the University of Iowa on Oct. 4-5.

       

      AGATE:

       

      Tignanelli Towson Invitational Final Team Scores: T1. Delaware - 608; T1. Towson - 608; 3. LIU Brooklyn - 620; 4. Bethune-Cookman - 623; 5. Albany - 630; 6. Saint Francis (Pa.) - 632; T7. Central Connecticut - 636; T7. Fairfield - 636; 9. Longwood - 637; 10. Fairleigh Dickinson - 639; 11. Wagner - 645; 12. Navy - 647; 13. Delaware State - 651; 14. Hofstra - 652; 15. Hampton - 670.

       

      Top 10 Individuals: 1. Nathalie Filler (Delaware), 75-71-146; 2. Mackenzie Rice (Towson), 75-73-148; 3. Rachel Lee (Delaware), 74-75-149; 4. Stephanie Bosdosh (Towson), 75-76-151; T5. Cristina Felip (LIU Brooklyn), 78-74-152; T5. Marisol Doglioli (LIU Brooklyn), 76-76-152; T5. Krissy Unger (Towson), 74-78-152; T8. Annie Lee (Albany), 78-75-153; T8. Paige Fujihara (Albany), 76-77-153; T8. Noelle Maertz (Wagner), 80-73-153; T8. Ariadna Castro (Fairleigh Dickinson), 77-76-153; T8. Mallory Cortis (Saint Francis, Pa.), 73-80-153; T8. Renata Bucher (Navy), 74-79-153.

       

      Other Delaware Golfers: T14. Vitoria Teixeira, 77-77-154; T14. Vimonthip Benjasupawan, 76-78-154; T23. Andi Slane, 81-75-156; T23. Baralee Theinthong, 76-80-156; T30. Marie Bogenez, 78-80-158.

       

      FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Kevin Tritt at: ktritt@udel.edu (email) / 302-831-8715 (office) / 302-383-5005 (cell)

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      SUBJECT: University of Delaware Golfers Nathalie Filler, Erik Dulik Sweep CAA Golfer of the Week Honors

       

      DATE: September 10, 2014

       

      RICHMOND, Va. -- University of Delaware golfers Nathalie Filler and Erik Dulik were named the Colonial Athletic Association Women’s and Men’s Golfer of the Week respectively, the conference announced on Wednesday.

       

      Filler, a junior from Bloomfield, Conn. (Westminster School), became the first medalist winner in UD women’s golf history during the Blue Hens’ season-opening tournament win at the Tignanelli Towson Invitational.

       

      She followed up her opening round 75 by tying the Blue Hen single round record with a one under par 71 on Monday on the par 72, 6,162-yard course at Towson Town & Country Club. Filler, who won the tournament by two strokes while finishing at two over par, also set a UD record with a 146 two-round score.

       

      The Blue Hen women’s squad, which successfully defended its Tignanelli Towson Invitational team crown and captured its fourth title in school history, posted a 608 two-round score and won the tiebreaker over the host Tigers.

       

      Dulik, a freshman from Great Falls, Va. (Dominion), finished in second place after falling in a sudden death playoff during his first collegiate tournament over the weekend at the Navy Fall Classic.

       

      He opened with an even par 71 on Saturday before firing a five under par 66 on the par 71, 6,528-yard Naval Academy Course on Sunday, finishing in a tie for first place along with Cole Berman of Georgetown. The two players then squared off in a sudden death playoff, with Berman edging Dulik to earn medalist honors.

       

      Playing in his first collegiate tournament, Dulik tied for the third lowest round in UD history by carding the 66 on Sunday. He helped lead the men’s team to a second place finish at the Navy Fall Classic, as the Blue Hens fired a two-round score of 570 to finish just one shot back of Seton Hall.

       

      The UD men’s team returns to action on Sept. 20-21 at the Cornell Fall Invitational in Ithaca, N.Y., while the Blue Hen women next compete at the Diane Thomason Invitational in Iowa City, Iowa on Oct. 4-5.

       

      FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Kevin Tritt at: ktritt@udel.edu (email) / 302-831-8715 (office) / 302-383-5005 (cell)

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      SUBJECT: Wilmington Golfers Open Season with Two Rounds at Jay Jennison Memorial
      DATE: September 22, 2014
      djl
      ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - - In its first appearance of the 2014-15 season, the Wilmington University golf team sits in 12th at the Jay Jennison Memorial at The Palencia Club hosted by Flagler College.
      After the first round of play, the Wildcats were in sixth place, shooting a 296 to finish with an eight over par. The second round wasn’t as kind to the Wildcats, as they shot a 312 to finish the first day of the tournament in 12th place with a 608, 32-over par score.
      Freshman Joe Russo led the Wildcats with a 145, one-over par, saving his best for the second round as he shot a 71. His 74-71, 145, is good enough for a tie in 10th place after the first two rounds. He sits four shots off the leader.
      Junior Andreas Lunding finished with a 74-78, 152, for a tie in 29th overall. Lunding is at eight-over par through the first two rounds.
      Senior Alexander Lautenschlager is in a tie for 50th overall with a 75-81, 156, while junior newcomer Jordan Lamb is in a tie for 58th overall with a team best 73 in the first round and an 85 in the late round on Monday afternoon.
      Senior Matt DuEleuterio sits in 69th overall with back-to-back 82’s while sophomore Samuel Clark rounds out the Wildcats in 72nd after shooting an 85-82 in the first two rounds.
      Host Flagler is the only team under par for the tournament, finishing with a 287-288 for a two round score of 575, one-under par. Limestone is in second place with a 292-299 for a 591, 15-over par.
      Wingate’s Benedict Gebhardt and Flagler’s Zach Horne lead the Jay Jennison Memorial after each shooting a 141. Gebhardt went 70-71 while Horne went 71-70 to lead the pack.
      Wilmington will tee off with Lander and UNC-Greensboro for the third round at 9 a.m. on Tuesday. In the shotgun start, the Wildcats will tee off from holes 12, 13, 14, and 15.

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      SUBJECT: Wilmington Athletics Inducts Former Women’s Soccer Standout Begum Malali into Hall of Fame
      DATE: September 22, 2014
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      NEWARK, Del. - - Highlighting the 2014 Wilmington Homecoming festivities, the Wilmington University Athletics Department inducted Begum Malali as the 21st member of the Athletics Hall of Fame on Saturday, September 20.
      After watching the team she used to play for defeat Concordia, 4-1, Malali was called onto the pitch once again, but this time to be formally inducted into the Wilmington Athletics Hall of Fame.
      Malali earned her spot in the Athletics Hall of Fame, being the most dominant women’s soccer player in the 10 years the program has been a part of the NCAA Division II ranks.
      In her senior season of 2007, Malali became the second ever Wilmington student-athlete to be named First Team All-American after setting Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference and Wilmington records of 60 points and 27 goals scored in a season. During that season, Malali finished sixth in all of NCAA Division II in goals per game and eighth overall in points per game.
      The striker’s 80 career goals are 46 more than any other women’s soccer player while her 177 career points are 76 more than any other women’s soccer player in program history.
      She was a four-time First Team All-CACC performer during her four years at Wilmington, including being named the CACC Player of the Year as a senior in 2007.
      Malali also holds multiple freshman records as a Wildcat, including 18 goals scored and 41 total points as a first year student in 2004. Although she loved to score the ball, she also ranks third in program history in career assists, totaling 17 in her four seasons.
      Malali helped the Wildcats to 49 victories in her four seasons, including an appearance in the 2004 CACC Tournament Championship match in which the team lost on penalty kicks after playing to a 0-0 tie. During Malali’s tenure, the Wildcats went 49-27-3 overall and 25-16-1 inside the CACC.

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      SUBJECT: Wilmington Golf Finishes 11th at Jay Jennison Memorial to Open Fall 2014 Season
      DATE: September 23, 2014
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      ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - - Freshman Joe Russo led the Wilmington University golf team on day two of the Jay Jennison Memorial at The Palencia Club, finishing in a tie for ninth overall at the tournament hosted by Flagler College.
      Russo shot a team low 75 on Tuesday, finishing the three-round, two-day tournament with a 74-71-75 for a 220, four-over par score. He was eight strokes from the top of the leaderboard at the end of the tournament.
      Russo’s round was highlighted by a birdie on the ninth hole, a hole he birdied twice during the three-round tournament. His seven birdies in the three rounds were a team high.
      As a team, the Wildcats shot a 311 on Tuesday, finishing the tournament with a 919, 55 over-par score. Their 296-313-311 was good enough to finish 11th out of 14 teams in the tournament.
      Junior Andreas Lunding finished with an 81 to complete a three round score of 233, 17-over par. He placed in a tie for 48th at the end of the tournament.
      Junior Jordan Lamb finished the tournament with a 76 on Tuesday, rounding out his first tournament as a Wildcat with a 73-85-76 for a three-round score of 234, 18-over par. He placed in a tie for 52nd overall.
      Senior Alexander Lautenschlager shot an 80 on Tuesday to finish with a 75-81-80 for a three-round score of 236, 20-over par. He came in a tie for 57th overall.
      Senior Matt DiEleuterio and sophomore Sam Clark also shot 80’s on Tuesday, as DiEleuterio finished with an 82-82-80 for a three-round score of 244, 28-over par and in 68th place. Clark finished with an 85-82-80 for a three-round score of 247, 31-over par and in a tie for 70th.
      Host Flagler took home the team championship with a 298 on Tuesday, coming home with an 873 three-round score, nine-over par. They were 12 stroke better than Wingate who placed second overall after a 292 on Tuesday.
      Wingate’s Benedict Gebhardt took home medalist honors with a four under three-round score, shooting a 71 on Tuesday to finish strong. He was three-strokes better than Limestone’s Griffin Brown and Flagler’s Spence Schindler.
      The Wildcats head back to Florida in two weeks to compete in the Guy Harvey Invitational starting on October 6. The tournament is hosted by Nova Southeastern in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

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      From: "Kyle J. Kuhlman"
      Sent: Thursday, September 25, 2014 1:57:05 PM
      Subject: WGLF:  Big Ten Golfer of the Week Goes to Jessica Porvasnik

      September 25, 2014

       

      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

      Women’s Golf contact:

      Kyle Kuhlman / kuhlman.137@osu.edu / 614-292-0088

       

      WGLF:  Big Ten Golfer of the Week Goes to Jessica Porvasnik

      Porvasnik earns her second weekly conference honor

       

      RELATED INFO

       

      COLUMBUS, Ohio – Sophomore Jessica Porvasnik earned her second career Big Ten Golfer of the Week accolade on Thursday (Sept. 25) after her runner-up performance during the stroke play portion of the East & West Match  Play Challenge.

       

      Porvasnik carded rounds of 72-71 to place second and lift Ohio State to the No. 1 seed in the match play bracket. She then tallied a 3 & 2 match victory over Wisconsin’s Brooke Ferrell in the third-place bout as Ohio State defeated the Badgers, 3-2.

       

      Porvasnik, the reigning Big Ten Player of the Year, and the rest of the Buckeyes venture to Chicago Oct. 6-7 for the Windy City Collegiate.

       

       

      KYLE KUHLMAN

      Assistant Director | Ohio State Athletics Communications | Golf & Volleyball Contact

      Fawcett Center, 6th Floor | 2400 Olentangy River Road | Columbus, OH 43210

      O – (614) 292-0088 | C – (419) 308-8292 | E – kuhlman.137@osu.edu

       

      @BuckeyeKyle

       

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      From: "Big Ten - Olivia Truby"
      To: "Big Ten - Olivia Truby"
      Sent: Thursday, September 25, 2014 1:30:31 PM
      Subject: Ohio State Earns Women’s Golfer of the Week Honor

      For Immediate Release

      Contact: Olivia Truby, Big Ten Conference

      Sept. 25, 2014

       

      Ohio State Earns Women’s Golfer of the Week Honor

      Buckeyes’ Jessica Porvasnik collects conference recognition

       

      Golfer of the Week

      Jessica Porvasnik, Ohio State

      So. – Hinckley, Ohio – Highland

       

      • Shot a 1-under par, two-round score of 143 (72, 71) in the stroke play portion of the East-West Match Play Challenge
      • Posted a 3 & 2 victory in the final round of match play
      • Tied for second individually and guided the Buckeyes to a third-place finish among eight teams
      • Collects her second career Golfer of the Week honor
      • Last Ohio State Golfer of the Week: Rio Watanabe (Sept. 10, 2014)

       

      2014-15 Big Ten Women’s Golfers of the Week

      Sept. 10                Dana Gattone, Fr., ILL

      Rio Watanabe, Fr., OSU

      Sept. 17                Suchaya Tangkamolprasert, Jr., NU

      Sept. 25                Jessica Porvasnik, So., OSU

                     

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      Olivia Truby | Bob Hammel Communications Intern | Big Ten Conference

      Office: 847.696.1010 ext.125 | Cell: 920.428.1700 | Fax: 847.696.1150 | http://www.bigten.org

       

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      From: "Christopher A Forman"
      Sent: Friday, September 26, 2014 11:43:07 AM
      Subject: Boilermakers Aim For Consistency at Jack Nicklaus Invitational

      Support Purdue Athletics by reading complete release here (Bradley video interview included):

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      Boilermakers Aim For Consistency at Jack Nicklaus Invitational

       

      For Immediate Release

      Date: Sept. 26, 2014

      Contact: Chris Forman (765-494-3201 / cforman@purdue.edu)

       

      WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – The Purdue men’s golf team heads to Columbus, Ohio, this weekend for the 2014 Jack Nicklaus Invitational looking for consistency and improvement in its first back-to-back action of the young fall season.

       

      ON THE TEE

      It was a reversal of fortunes at the Windon Memorial Classic last weekend, as the Boilermakers played well in the final two rounds after struggling in the first round to finish tied for sixth out of 15. The Boilermakers are looking to string together three consistent rounds this weekend at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational at the Ohio State University’s Scarlet Course (par 71 / 7,455 yds.). The 12-team field will play 36 holes on Sunday, followed by 18 holes on Monday.

       

      THE FIELD

      Twelve teams, including Purdue, comprise the 2014 Nicklaus Invitational field. The Boilermakers will be joined by Big Ten counterpart Ohio State, as well as national powers East Tennessee State, Georgia Regents (formerly Augusta State), Kent State and Troy, all of which are ranked in the nation’s top 50.

       

      PURDUE TEE TIMES:

      Sunday, Sept. 28 – Will be announced soon.

      Sunday, Sept. 28 – Will be announced soon.

      Monday, Sept. 29 – To be determined.

       

      THE PURDUE LINEUP

      The Boilermakers will bring the same lineup to this weekend’s Jack Nicklaus Invitational, although the five-member counting team is still up in the air. Ben-Marvin Egel continues to lead the Boilermakers and will play the top spot for the third straight week. He is followed by sophomore Austin Eoff, junior Stuart Macdonald and sophomore Fernando Barco. The fifth and final spot will come down to sophomore Philippe Schweizer or freshman Brian Carlson. Schweizer or Carlson will then compete as an individual.

       

      TOURNAMENT NOTES

      The tournament is just five years old, with the first event coming in the fall of 2010. The Boilermakers have competed in all five events since the tournament’s inception.

       

      The Boilermakers have not fared well in the event, finishing 7th (out of 10) in 2010, 8th (out of 12) in 2011, tied for 7th (out of 11) in 2012 and tied for 4th (out of 12) a year ago.

       

      Purdue’s top 54-hole score in the event is an 877 (281-305-291) a year ago, which featured its best 18-hole score (281) in the first round.

       

      Purdue won Big Ten Championships at the famed Scarlet Course (built in 1938) in 1950, 1958 and 1971. The Boilermakers finished third in 2007 in the last Big Ten Championship played there.

       

      BOILERMAKER NOTES

      Purdue enters the tournament ranked 45th in the initial Golfweek / Sagarin national rankings released on Tuesday afternoon. The Boilermakers are the fifth-ranked Big Ten team behind Illinois (1), Iowa (26), Ohio State (28) and Michigan (34).

       

      With only final rankings from 2000-13 available, Purdue’s current ranking of 45th is the program’s best ranking since the 2006 season (final ranking of 39th).

       

      The Boilermakers’ score of 859 at last weekend’s Windon Memorial Classic was the 13th-best cumulative score in school history. Ben-Marvin Egel’s 1-under score (209) tied for the 14th-best individual score in school history.

       

      With the exception of last year’s NCAA Tournament, Purdue has finished in the top half in 14 straight events, all coming since the start of the Rob Bradley era.

       

      The Boilermakers are looking for their first tournament title since winning the Boilermaker Invitational in April 2011, also the last time an individual won a tournament title (Adam Schenk).

       

      BOILERMAKER INDIVIDUAL NOTES

      Ben-Marvin Egel is the first Boilermaker golfer since Tyler Duncan in the fall of 2011 to finish in the top five in back-to-back fall tournaments. Duncan finished in the top five of three straight fall tournaments during the fall of 2011.

       

      Egel leads the team in birdies (17), pars (72), par-4 scoring (+1.00 / round) and par-5 scoring (-1.83 / round). He paces the squad with an 71.00 stroke average, including a sizzling 68.50 average (-5) in the third and final round. Since the start of the season, Egel has shaved 0.64 strokes off his career average already (75.88 to 75.24).

       

      Sophomore Austin Eoff follows with a 73.67 stroke average and his career 73.24 stroke average is currently the top career stroke average in school history. During his career, Eoff has had 41.0 of his 45.0 career rounds (.911) count towards the team score. Eoff shares the team lead in pars (72), but has uncharacteristically struggled on par-5s this year (+1 through six rounds).

       

      Junior Stuart Macdonald will play No. 3 this weekend, averaging 74.00 strokes per round. Macdonald is averaging 72.00 strokes during the final round and is second on the team in par-5 scoring (-5). Macdonald finished tied for 18th at the season-opening Northern Intercollegiate.

       

      Freshman Fernando Barco has had an up-and-down season to date. He has a stroke average of 76.00 per round, but tallied a 75-67-80=222 at last weekend’s Windon Memorial Classic. Barco’s 67 was a career-best round and one of seven even-par or lower rounds turned in by the Boilermakers so far this fall.

       

      Freshman Brian Carlson saw his first career action at last weekend’s Windon Memorial Classic, turning in a final-round 69 (-1). Carlson had success on par-5s last week, combining to go 1-under par on the holes.

       

      Schweizer has also had an up-and-down season, finishing 11th as an individual in the season-opening Northern Intercollegiate, but placing 69th in last weekend’s Windon Memorial Classic as a member of the counting team. Schweizer leads the team in par-3 scoring (-1).

       

      #BoilerUp

       

       

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      CHRIS FORMAN

      Associate Athletics Communications Director | Purdue University

        (Men’s Basketball, Men’s Golf)

      Office: 765-494-3201 | Cell: 413-687-4590 | Email: cforman@purdue.edu

      Website: www.PurdueSports.com

      Twitter: @ChrisForman12 | @PurdueSports@BoilerBall | @PurdueMensGolf

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      From: "Kyle J. Kuhlman"
      Sent: Sunday, September 28, 2014 9:28:08 PM
      Subject: MGLF: Buckeyes Sit Atop Jack Nicklaus Invitational 

      Sept. 28, 2014

       

      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

      Men’s Golf contact:

      Kyle Kuhlman / kuhlman.137@osu.edu / 614-292-0088

       

      MGLF: Buckeyes Sit Atop Jack Nicklaus Invitational

      Tee-k Kelly is a lone shot off the pace, tied for second individually

       

      RELATED INFO

       

      COLUMBUS, Ohio  – The Ohio State University men’s golf team distanced itself from the competition on Day One of the Jack Nicklaus Invitational, carding a two-round tally of 574 (+6) to gain a six-stroke advantage on the rest of the field with 18 holes to play on Monday. Tee-k Kelly paced the Buckeyes with a 1-under 141 (70-71) and owns a share of second place following two rounds complete on the OSU Golf Club’s Scarlet Course.

       

      Kelly, a junior from Wheaton, Ill., trails Kansas State’s Matt Green by just one stroke for the top spot on the individual leaderboard. Grant Weaver is nipping at their heels, carding an even par 142 (70-72) to crack the individual top-5. Boo Timko matched the aforementioned Buckeye duo’s opening round 70s before coming back at 75 in round number two. The 145 (+3) total gives him a piece of 13th place.

       

      Clark Engle contributed to the team score in both Sunday rounds, posting back-to-back 73s and placing himself in the top-20 (t-19th) as well. Rounding out the Buckeye lineup was Logan Jones registering scores of 74-75 (+7) and sitting in a tie for 34th place of the 66-player field.

       

      Three Buckeyes competed as individuals, led by Josh Wick and his 4-over 146 for a t-19th standing. Addison Coll (+12) and Sean Busch (+13) are tied for 49th and 54th place, respectively.

       

      Ohio State excelled on holes of all length, ranking in the top-2 for Par 3, Par 4 and Par 5 scoring. At 14-over on Par 4s, the Buckeyes paced the field. Kelly was tops amongst the individuals on such holes, going 2-under on the Par 4 holes. He was the lead par collector as well, accumulating 27 pars on the day.

       

      BUCKEYE RESULTS

      1st – Team 283-291—574 (+6)

      t-2nd – Tee-k Kelly 70-71—141 (-1)

      t-4th – Grant Weaver 70-72—142 (E)

      t-13th – Boo Timko 70-75—145 (+3)

      t-19th – Clark Engle 73-73—146 (+4)

      t-19th – Josh Wick (individual) 72-74-146 (+4)

      t-34th – Logan Jones 74-75—149 (+7)

      t-49th – Addison Coll (individual) 74-80—154 (+12)

      t-54th – Sean Busch (individual 76-79—155 (+13)

       

      Ohio State returns to the links Monday for the third and final round looking to successfully defend its home turf. The Buckeye individuals will tee off at 8:50 a.m. followed by the OSU lineup from 9-9:40 a.m.

       

      KYLE KUHLMAN

      Assistant Director | Ohio State Athletics Communications | Golf & Volleyball Contact

      Fawcett Center, 6th Floor | 2400 Olentangy River Road | Columbus, OH 43210

      O – (614) 292-0088 | C – (419) 308-8292 | E – kuhlman.137@osu.edu

       

      @BuckeyeKyle

       

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      From: "Selheimer, Scott"
      Sent: Monday, September 29, 2014 6:13:41 PM
      Subject: SUBJECT: University of Delaware Men¹s Golf Team Finishes in Ninth Place at George Mason Patriot Intercollegiate

       

      SUBJECT: University of Delaware Men’s Golf Team Finishes in Ninth Place at George Mason Patriot Intercollegiate

       

      DATE: September 29, 2014

       

      LORTON, Va. -- The University of Delaware men’s golf team fired a 295 score on Monday as the Blue Hens finished in ninth place at the Patriot Intercollegiate hosted by George Mason.

       

      The Blue Hens, who posted team scores of 292 and 298 on Sunday, finished with a three-round score of 885 at the tournament. Missouri captured the 17-team title with an 851 score, while Marshall placed second at 854 and James Madison was third at 861.

       

      UD freshman Jack Gianniny carded a three over par 74 on Monday on the par 71, 7,010-yard Laurel Hill Golf Club course, finishing in a tie for 20th place in the individual standings with a four over par 70-73-74-217. Fellow rookie Kieran Purcell, who fired a 75 on Monday, finished tied for 40th place at 74-74-75-223, 10 over par. Classmate Blaine Lafferty, playing as an individual, also tied for 40th place after carding a two over par 73 during his final round to finish at 72-78-73-223.

       

      Freshman Erik Dulik fired a 73 during the final round, finishing in a tie for 45th place with an 11 over par 75-76-73-224. Senior Niño Rosal, who carded a 77 on Monday, finished with a 12 over par 73-75-77-225 to tie for 50th place at the tournament.

       

      Delaware junior Kyle Martin tied Lafferty and Dulik for the low round of the day by a Blue Hen with his 73, tying for 72nd place with a 17 over par score of 77-80-73-230.

       

      Ryan Zech of Missouri earned medalist honors with a four under par 71-71-67-209, while Christopher Crawford of Drexel and Clark Robinson of Marshall each finished one shot back.

       

      Delaware returns to action next Sunday and Monday when the Blue Hens compete in the Binghamton Fall Invitational at the Links of Hiawatha Landing in Apalachin, N.Y.

       

      AGATE

       

      Patriot Intercollegiate Final Team Scores: 1. Missouri - 851; 2. Marshall - 854; 3. James Madison - 861; 4. Seton Hall - 866; 5. George Washington - 876; T6. Saint Joseph’s - 879; T6. Fairleigh Dickinson - 879; 8. Drexel - 881; 9. Delaware - 885; 10. Indiana (Pa.) - 887; 11. Longwood - 892; 12. Villanova - 894; 13. La Salle - 895; 14. Binghamton - 898; 15. Wagner - 900; 16. George Mason - 905; 17. St. Thomas Aquinas - 907.

       

      Top 10 Individuals: 1. Ryan Zech (Missouri), 71-71-67-209; T2. Christopher Crawford (Drexel), 72-69-69-210; T2. Clark Robinson (Marshall), 71-73-66-210; 4. Connor Walters (James Madison), 68-72-72-212; T5. Kenneth Sames (Indiana, Pa.), 77-68-68-213; T5. Tom Barnes (Fairleigh Dickinson), 71-70-72-213; T5. Alex Weiss (Marshall), 72-71-70-213; T5. Jack Persons (George Washington), 72-71-70-213; T9. J.T. Harper (Seton Hall), 70-74-70-214; T9. Euan Walker (Missouri), 71-70-73-214.

       

      Delaware Golfers: T20. Jack Gianniny, 70-73-74-217; T40. Kieran Purcell, 74-74-75-223; T40. Blaine Lafferty, 72-78-73-223; T45. Erik Dulik, 75-76-73-224; T50. Niño Rosal, 73-75-77-225; T72. Kyle Martin, 77-80-73-230.

       

      FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Kevin Tritt at: ktritt@udel.edu (email) / 302-831-8715 (office) / 302-383-5005 (cell)

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