SJU Golfers Finish Seventh at A-10 Championship; McNulty Named All-Conference

LUTZ, Fla. - The Saint Joseph's golf team capped its season with a seventh place finish at the 2014 Atlantic 10 Championship Sunday at the TPC Tampa Bay. As a team, the Hawks shot 316 on the day and finished with a three-round score of 311-307-317/934 at the par 71, 6,898 yard course, while sophomore T.J. McNulty earned A-10 All-Conference honors in a vote of the conference coaches.

McNulty, who averaged 75.0 strokes-per-round over 33 rounds this season, becomes the first Hawk to earn All-Conference honors since Josh Webb in 2008. Posting four top-10 finishes on the season, the Scituate, Massachusetts native finished tied for 26th this weekend with a score of 73-83-77/233.

Sophomore T.J. Summers led the charge for SJU this weekend, tying for 14th with a score of 74-75-80/229 for his best finish of the year. Senior Tyler Kingsley capped his collegiate career tying with McNulty for 26th at 82-74-77/233. Junior Tim Godshalk posted his best finish of the season, tying for 34th with a three-round score of 82-75-82/239, while sophomore Brian Turley capped the squad in 50th place at 87-96-89/272.

VCU won the team title over Richmond by a stroke at 878, while the Spiders' Danny Pizetoski claimed medalist honors at 211.