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Sullivan tied for first after one day at Saint Rose Fall Shootout

Sullivan tied for first after one day at Saint Rose Fall Shootout


Guilderland, NY – The Sage Colleges' men's golf team travelled to the nearby College of Saint Rose Fifth Annual Fall Shootout. After one day of the two-day event, the Gators stand just two strokes out of first place in the 10-team event taking place at the Pinehaven Country Club. Division II LeMoyne College is the lead with a round of 297 for the day, while Sage posted a 307.

            Sage senior Zach Sullivan (Ballston Spa, NY/Burnt Hill-Ballston Lake) is in a three-way tie for first place as he is one of three that shot an opening=day round of 72. Sage's senior captain Richie Christman (Johnstown, NY/Johnstown) is in fourth place with a 75 for the day.  


Team Standings

 Rank    Team             Round 1

  1. LeMoyne                                 297
  2. Sage                                        307
  3. Dowling                                   309
  4. Franklin Pierce                         313
  5. Bentley                                    318
  6. Dominican                               325
  7. Saint Rose                               331
    St. Michael's                            331
  8. St. Anselm                               332 
    10.  Felician                             342


Individual Results -Day One

Aidan Fuller (LeMoyne)                                  72         tie 1st

Sam Eno (LeMoyne)                                        72        tie 1st

Zachary Sullivan (Sage)                                  72        tie 1st

Richie Christman (Sage)                                 75        tie 4th

Brandon Moore (Dowling)                              75        tie 4th

Adam Spencer (Franklin Pierce)                     76        tie 6th

Corey Purcell (Saint Rose)                              76        tie 6th

Kurt Brey (Dowling)                                        76        tie 6th

Billy Curley (St. Anselm)                                 76        tie 6th

John Clare (LeMoyne)                                     76        tie 6th