Saints Remain in 23rd Place

Van Vranken had the best improvement for a Saint

April 1, 2013

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The Siena Men’s Golf team shot 11 strokes better than the opening round, the third best improvement in the field, but still remains in 23rd of 24 teams in the Whiting-Turner Towson Invitational in Maryland.  To help the Saints with their improvements, four Saints scored better rounds than Sunday.

Jess Esposito still leads the Saints, improving two strokes on Monday with a seven over par.

The biggest change in score belonged to John Van Vranken.  The senior lowered his score by seven strokes and shot an eight over par on the day.

Riley McGraw and Jim Sullivan also had lower scores in day two, by at least three strokes.  McGraw currently is at 23 over par while Sullivan is one shot behind.

William and Mary currently leads the field, and also hold the current individual champion in Jeremy Wells who is four under par.

The Saints conclude play tomorrow in Maryland with an 8:40 a.m. tee time.