Men’s golf grabs early cc lead
In the first of three rounds, the Mules shot a 304, seven strokes better than second-place McDaniel. Gettysburg was 10 strokes back at 314.
Muhlenberg’s score was the third-lowest in an opening round in the history of the CC Championships. Franklin & Marshall opened with a 301 last year en route to the title and a 303 in 2005, when it finished second.
The 304 also was the best mark ever posted by the Mules at the CC tourney, one stroke better than their second-round 305 in the championship season of 2004.
Junior Bill Snow (right) carded a one-over-par 73 to tie for the early lead and match his career best, achieved at F&M his freshman year and tied at Susquehanna this fall.
Junior Geoffrey Kelleman was two strokes behind with a 75, and sophomore Biff Slocum and freshman Zachary Oyer each ended with a 78, giving Muhlenberg four in the top 10.
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