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Young Golf Team Eager for CACC Championship

Young Golf Team Eager for CACC Championship

HAWORTH, N.J. – A young University of the Sciences golf team is eager to compete at the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC), hosted by Dominican College, at White Beeches Golf & Country Club on Oct. 7-8. 

The league announced on Friday that it will have live coverage of the event on the CACC Network on both days. The morning broadcasts will go live each day at 7:30 a.m., and will feature coverage of the first hole. Afternoon coverage will go live each day at 11:30 a.m., and will feature action from the 18th hole throughout the early afternoon.

Three freshmen – Tyler Blake, Andrew Rush and Timothy Wright – will be making their CACC Championship debuts on Monday. 

Blake currently leads University of the Sciences in scoring average this season at 80.0, while Rush ranks second at 83.0. 

The Devils' veteran presence will come in the form of senior Andy Ring, who is competing in his fourth and final CACC Championship. 

Ring has finished as the second-lowest scoring Devil at the event in each of the last three years. His total of 165 last season is the sixth-lowest in the program's CACC Championship history (since 2006), while his 169 in the fall of 2017 is tied for the seventh-lowest.

Junior Sahas Chandragiri rounds out USciences' participants, giving the Devils two golfers with CACC Championship experience after he made his debut at the event last fall. 

USciences has posted its two-lowest team totals at the CACC Championship in each of the last two years, first setting the program record with a 671 in the fall of 2017 before posting a 672 last season. 

The Devils have also posted their two-lowest rounds at the event in each of the last two years, shooting a 323 in the first round of 2017 and a 331 in the first round last season.