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SJU Golfers Place Third At Navy Invitational

ANNAPOLIS, Md. - The Saint Joseph's team opened the 2013-14 with a strong performance at the Navy Fall Invitational as the Hawks finished third in the 10-team field. Sophomore T.J. McNulty led the charge individually, coming in second after carding a career-low 66 to force a playoff for medalist honors.

SJU Golfers Place Third At Navy Invitational

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. - The Saint Joseph's team opened the 2013-14 with a strong performance at the Navy Fall Invitational as the Hawks finished third in the 10-team field. Sophomore T.J. McNulty led the charge individually, coming in second after carding a career-low 66 to force a playoff for medalist honors.

Enter today's final round tied for second at 68, McNulty carded a tournament-low 66 on Sunday to finish in a tie with Towson's John Gunerman at 134. Unfortunately for the SJU sophomore, Gunerman prevailed in the playoff, but the second place finish marked a career-best for McNulty.

T.J. Summers tied for 21st with a two-round score of 73-76/149, while Brian Turley tied for 38th at 73-80/153. Connor Garrity tied for 42nd at 78-77/155, while Tyler Kingsley finsihed a stroke behind at 80-76/156 to tie for 44th.

As a team, Saint Joseph's shot 295 in Sunday's final round to finish with a two-round score of 292-295/587. Towson claimed the team title at 554, while the College of Charleston placed second at 579.

The Hawks return to action next Monday, September 16, at the Adams Cup of Newport.

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