SUNY Canton Golfer Earns All Conference Spot
WATERVILLE, ME. – Sophomore Josh Marshall posted the third lowest round of the day carding a round of 3-over par 73 to finish alone in 10th place at the 2019 North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Championship on Sunday.
With the top 10 performance Marshall was named to the NAC Second Team All-Conference.
HOW IT HAPPENED
Marshall’s 73 on Sunday was seven strokes better than his opening round 80 to finish with a two-day total of 153 (+13). Only the individual medalist, Husson University’s Eric Dugas (68) and fourth place Evan Parsons from Thomas College (70) had lower rounds on Sunday.Devin Page followed up his Saturday 77 with a Sunday 83 to finish with a total of 160 (17th).
Azzat Almasri improved his second day score by four strokes to finish in a tie for 18th. Matthew Russell (T-21 – 163) and Nolan Codd (32 – 169) rounded out the Roo competitors.
SUNY Canton finished in fifth place out of nine teams with 635 strokes (322-313), improving by nine strokes on the second day of competition.SUNY Delhi won the championship with 600 strokes (295-305) to edge out Husson University (612-311-301).Dugas (145-77-68) edged SUNY Delhi golfer and Canton, NY native Daniel Christy (147-73-74) along with Castleton’s Jacob Erwin (147-72-75) for medalis