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Codd's 75 Leads SUNY Canton Golfers

NEW HARTFORD – Nolan Codd tied for the second lowest round of the day shooting a 3-over par, 75, on Sunday to shoot up the leaderboard and finish in a tie for 15th place, while Matthew Russell recorded a tied for 9th showing to close out play at the Utica College Invitational. On the women’s side, Harley Loran shot her low round of the year with a 107.

Codd’s 75 on Sunday broke his previous career low of 81 as he finished with 159 total strokes. Russell followed up Saturday’s 76 with an 81 for a two-day total of 157. Josh Marshall finished in a tie for 18th (160-74-86).Zack LaFave (167) and Jake Amo (168) rounded out the top five for the Roos.SUNY Canton’s A team posted a sixth place showing out of 10 teams (321-322-643), while the B team finished 10th (355-345-700).Utica College won the team title (313-300-613), while Canton native and SUNY Delhi golfer Danny Christy earned medalist honors with a 6-over par 148 (73-75).

The women’s team improved their total stroke score by 22 strokes from the first day of competition shooting a 525 on Sunday. SUNY Canton finished in second place out of two teams with a two-day total of 1,072.Utica took the team title with 737 strokes, while the Pioneers Kara O’Driscoll earned medalist honors with a pair of 87’s to finish at 174.Harley Loran was the low scorer for the women with a 107, improving her round by 11 strokes from Saturday. Loran’s 107 improved her previous low round by 10 strokes.Kiona Loran had the largest improvement from Saturday as she shot 16 strokes better on Sunday, while Denika Foster also bettered her round by seven shots. The men’s golf team is back in action at Elmira Country Club on Tuesday at 10 a.m. The women return to the links on Saturday at Saranac Inn Golf Club at 10 a.m.

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