Men's Golf

Daniel Abbondandolo  
Daniel Abbondandolo

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Oyster Bay Cove, N.Y.

High School:
St. Dominic

Height:
5-10


GENERAL: Expected to have an impressive sophomore campaign after a solid freshman year...His 74.2 scoring average proved to be the lowest scoring average on the team during the 2005 fall semester.

FALL 2006: Competed in a total of three tournaments, registering a scoring average of 77...Finished the Cornell Invitational third on the team and tied for 34th place overall 71-86-74-231, which proved to be his best play of the semester.

SPRING 2006: Played in three events, including the Iona Invitational, the George Washington Invitational and the Lafayette Invitational, where took top billing on the team with a single round score of 73...Finished the spring semester with a 76 scoring average.

FALL 2005: Ended his first semester of Division I golf at Siena with the lowest scoring average on the team with 74.2...Completed the Binghamton NBT Bank Collegiate Classic in fourth place overall and second on behalf of the Saints 75-71-146...Also showcased in the Cornell Invitational, where he captured a ninth place overall finish 74-75-76-225.

BEFORE SIENA: Lettered four years of varsity golf and two years of varsity soccer at Saint Dominic...Team MVP his sophomore, junior and senior years...New York State Catholic High School Champion his junior year...Captured a third place finish at IGJT in Williamsburg, Virginia that same year...Long Island Catholic High School Champion his senior year...Tied for first in the Carter Cup at Winged Foot that same year...Semi-Finalist at the LIGA and the MGA Junior Amateur Championships

PERSONAL: Born May 11, 1987...The son of Rocco and Regina Abbondandolo...A business major...Has an older sister, Nicole, who attends Merrimack College and a younger sister Elisabeth.

WRONOWSKI ON ABBONDANDOLO: "I expect Dan to be an integral part of the team as we push onward to our second-straight NCAA appearance."

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