Sept. 7: St. Lawrence University's women's golf team didn't quite match their record round of day one of the ninth annual St. Lawrence University Collegiate Invitational in Sunday's second round, but their team total of 334 was still the best of the day and gave the Saints a 25-stroke win over a seven-team field.
The Saints followed Saturday's team-record round of 316 for their top four golfers with a 334 on Sunday for a 650 total. Cortland was second at 675, Nazareth third at 681 and NYU fourth at 709 among the seven competing teams.
Saint sophomore Alair Muzzatti finished second overall, shooting identical 79s for a 158 total on the 5809 yard, par-72 St. Lawrence University Golf Course. NYU's Theresa Apoznanski was the medalist in the tournament with rounds of 78 and 79 and a 157 total.
All four Saint scorers finished in the top eight in the tournament as Kristin Berretta tied for third with rounds of 78 and 83 and a 151 total, and rookies Melissa Snizek and Lindsay Cone had solid collegiate debuts. Snizek shot 85 on Sunday for a 165 total and tied for sixth while Cone had a 79-87 total for a 166 total and was eighth.
Cait Cunningham was the fifth Saint golfer and shot 86-90 for a 176 total and was tied for 19th in the 41 player field.
SAINTS SHOOT RECORD, LEAD AFTER DAY ONE OF INVITATIONAL