HERSHEY, Pa. - The Dickinson men's golf team put themselves right in the middle of the pack with some work to do after day one of the Centennial Conference Championships at the Hershey Country Club (East Course) on Friday afternoon.
The Red and White carded a combined score of 300 led by a two-over 72 from Colin McMahon-Shea on the par 70 6212-yard course. The next Devil to show up on the leaderboard was Brandon Wilson who is in a tie for 11th at four-over 74. Two shots back of him sit Tyler Tornoe after he fired a 76, while Will Giguere added a 78. Peter Lown rounded out the roster for DC with a nine-over 79.
Franklin & Marshall leads the team competition with a total of 281 paced by individual leader Domonic Sculti who was the only golfer under par on the day shooting a blistering 66 to hold a five-shot lead on fellow Diplomat Roy Anderson and Swarthmore's Gyan Bains. The remainder of the team leaderboard looks like this: Swarthmore (294), Gettysburg (295), Dickinson (300), McDaniel (301), Muhlenberg (330), and Ursinus (334).
Next on the Tee
The action in Hershey continues tomorrow at noon with day two at the Hershey Country Club.