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Blue Hen sophomore Colin McKenna carded a three over par 75 during Saturday's round at the CAA Championships.
Courtesy: Delaware Athletics

Delaware Menís Golf Team Slips To Seventh Place Following Second Day of CAA Championships

Courtesy: Delaware Athletics
Release: 04/26/2014
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SOUTHPORT, N.C. -- The University of Delaware men’s golf squad posted a 318 team score on Saturday to slip one spot to seventh place after the second round of the 2014 Colonial Athletic Association Championships.

The Blue Hens, who carded a 304 score on Friday, currently sit in seventh place out of eight teams at the three-day tournament. College of Charleston and Towson are tied for the lead with 586 scores, while William & Mary is third with a 594 score.

Delaware sophomore Colin McKenna recorded a three over par 75 on Saturday on the par 72, 6,784-yard Founders Club course at St. James Plantation, ending the day tied for 16th place in the individual standings with a seven over par 76-75-151. McKenna was five over par through the back nine during his second round, but rebounded with seven pars along with birdies on 5 and 8 during a two under par front nine.

Sophomore Kyle Martin carded a nine over par 81 during his round, and will enter Sunday’s round tied for 19th place at 71-81-152, eight over par. Martin posted birdies on 11 and 8 on Saturday, while also adding eight pars.

Senior Dan Costenbader fired a six over par 78 during the day, finishing the round tied for 27th place with a 13 over par 79-78-157. Costenbader opened his round with a birdie on 10, and also carded a birdie on the eighth hole on Saturday.

Junior Fraser Graham, who carded a 12 over par 84 on Saturday, sits in 35th place at 78-84-162, 18 over par. Graham recorded his only birdie of the day on 15, and also posted nine pars. Fellow junior Niño Rosal fired an 87 during the tournament’s second round, and is currently in 40th place with a 28 over par 85-87-172.

John Jonas of College of Charleston and Juan Veloza of Towson are tied for the lead as both players have carded 74-68-142 rounds to finish Saturday’s action at two under par.

The CAA Championships conclude on Sunday with split tee times beginning at 8 a.m.

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