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Storb Posts USciences’ Second Lowest Two Day Total at CACC Championship; Devils Finish with Second Best Team Total in Program’s CACC Championship History

Storb Posts USciences’ Second Lowest Two Day Total at CACC Championship; Devils Finish with Second Best Team Total in Program’s CACC Championship History

NEWARK, Del. – One day after posting its second lowest Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Championship round in program history, the University of the Sciences golf team closed out the tournament with its second lowest team total in CACC Championship history on Monday at Deerfield Golf Club. 

Leading the way was Mitchel Storb, who a day after tying the fourth best round by a Devil in CACC Tournament history with a 79, shot a 78 to tie the third best round by a Devil in CACC Championship history. 

Storb's total of 157 now only sits behind Eric Jones' 152 in 2015 in the program's record books, dating back to USciences' first appearance in the CACC Championship in 2006. 

The junior joins Jones and teammate Austin Staiano as the only Devils to post back-to-back sub 80 rounds at the Championship, and his 24th place finish in the field of 45 is the sixth highest in program history. 

University of the Sciences completed the two days with a team total of 672, just one stroke behind last year's CACC Championship program record 671.  

The Devils finished 17 strokes behind eighth place Jefferson. 

Andy Ring tied his best-ever round at the CACC Championship with an 81 to finish with his best-ever total at the Championship, 165, to move into fifth in program history. His five birdies were tied for the third most in the field. 

Staiano followed up yesterday's 86 with an 87. The senior was tied for third in the field in par-3 scoring at +1 and tied for 11th in par-5 scoring at +1. 

A day after shooting a collegiate best 82, Sahas Chandragri carded a 95 to close out his first-ever CACC Championship. 

Rounding out USciences day was Drew Grover, who shot a 104. 

University of the Sciences closes out its fall season with a 12 p.m. match against Stockton on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at Seaview Country Club. 

 

USciences Results

24. Mitchel Storb – 79-78-157 (second best total, third best round in USciences' CACC Championship history)

35. Andy Ring – 84-81-165 (fifth best total in USciences' CACC Championship history)

41. Austin Staiano – 86-87-173

43. Sahas Chandragiri – 82-95-177

44. Drew Grover – 101-104-205