(Harrisburg, Pa.) – The Dickinson men's golf team shot the low round of the day, combining for a 307, to place third at the 2013 Centennial Conference Championships on Sunday. The Red Devils finished with a three-day total of 933. McDaniel College captured the team title with a 918, just one stroke off their own conference record. Franklin & Marshall finished five strokes ahead of the Red Devils to claim second with a 927.
James Lillie led McDaniel to the title, earning medalist and Player of the Year honors, with a tournament record 219, and a record round of 68 on Saturday.
Sophomore Chris Noonan (Durham, N.C./Cardinal Gibbons) earned All-Centennial Conference honors, tying for third with a score of 229 (77-75-77). Junior Mike Deming (Wilton, Conn./Wilton) improved every round, finishing just out of the top 10 with a 235 (81-78-76).
Arthur and Linn Worthington (Owings Mills, Md./Gilman) tied with scores of 236 as Arthur turned in a 76 on Sunday (78-72-76) while Linn shot a 78 (80-78-78). Brian Palm (Lansdale, Pa./North Penn) turned in an even 80 on Sunday to finish with a 243 (84-79-80).
The Devils combined to shoot the fourth lowest round of the tournament as McDaniel set a tournament record with a 301 on Friday, and shot a 304 on Saturday. F&M turned in a 307 on Friday as well.