HERSHEY, Pa. - The Dickinson men's golf team put together the second-best round in Centennial Conference Tournament history as they fired a combined 284 to move from fourth to second after day two of the Centennial Conference championship at Hershey Country Club.
Colin McMahon-Shea remained the low Devil as he shaved four shots off yesterday to card a two-under 68 to hold onto second-place on the par 70 6212-yard course. Will Giguere had a massive turnaround as well knocking his score down from 78 to 69 to sit in eighth place. Brandon Wilson is in a tie for tenth after carding a 75. Peter Lown was the third Devil to drop strokes as he went from 79 to 72 moving into a tie for 13th. Tyler Tornoe had a rough afternoon shooting a ten-over 80.
Despite the Red and White firing the low round on the day Franklin & Marshall continue to lead the team competition with a total of 567 (281, 286) paced by individual leader Domonic Sculti (-3) who put up a one-over 71 after a 66 yesterday. The remainder of the team leaderboard looks like this: Dickinson (584), Gettysburg (595), McDaniel (597), Swarthmore (603), Muhlenberg (646), and Ursinus (663).
Next on the Tee
The action in Hershey concludes tomorrow at noon with the final day of the Centennial Conference championship at the Hershey Country Club.