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.