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Storb Ties Fourth Best Round by a Devil in CACC Championship History; Chandragiri Shoots Second Straight Collegiate-Best Round

Storb Ties Fourth Best Round by a Devil in CACC Championship History; Chandragiri Shoots Second Straight Collegiate-Best Round

NEWARK, Del. – Mitchel Storb paced University of the Sciences by tying the fourth best round by a Devil in their Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Championship history, 79, while Sahas Chandragiri shot his second consecutive collegiate-best round, to highlight USciences' day' first day at Deerfield Golf Club on Sunday.  

Storb currently sits one spot outside the top-half of the field of 45 in a tie for 23rd. Amongst those 45 golfers, the junior currently stands tied for seventh in par-4 scoring at +3 and tied for 14th in par-5 scoring at +1. 

Competing for just the second time this season, Chandragri bested his previous collegiate-best, set in the season-opener, by one with an 82. More impressively, the sophomore is tied atop the field in par-5 scoring at -1. 

Andy Ring is tied for 17th in par-4 scoring at +5, as he tied his season-best of 84. 

Rounding out University of the Sciences' total of 331, which was the second best in program history behind last year's first round of 323, was Austin Staiano, who shot an 86. 

The Devils are currently ninth in the team standings, four strokes behind eighth place Jefferson. 

Drew Grover also competed on the day, shooting a 101. 

 

USciences Results

T23. Mitchel Storb – 79

T32. Sahas Chandragiri – 82 (collegiate-best)

T37. Andy Ring - 84

T40. Austin Staiano – 86

44. Drew Grover - 101