[caption id="attachment_10730" align="alignnone" width="620"] Seton Hall Athletics[/caption] The Seton Hall men’s golf team completed the final round of the Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate in Verona, New York, in sixth place in a 15-team field. The Pirates finished the third and final round on Monday with a score of 301, which ended up being a 31-over-par and a total score of 895. They moved up one spot in the standings after finishing the first two rounds on Sunday tied for seventh. On Sunday, Seton Hall shot an 18-under-par as a team, finishing the day with a total score of 578. A 13-over-par day for the Pirates gave them a final team score of 889. A big part of the Pirates' success was having two of their six golfers finishing the top 10 of the tournament overall. Ryan Snouffer led the way for the Pirates, finishing his final round with a 3-under-par, shooting a 69 to push his total score to 2-under-par for the tournament. Snouffer finished in sixth place for the tournament overall. Lloyd Jefferson Go also stayed consistent throughout the weekend, shooting even par for the tournament. He shot a 72 in the final round, and finished the tournament tied for ninth overall after starting the day in 10th place. David Cha improved after the first two rounds, shooting a 4-over-par on Monday to bring his score to 12-over-par for the tournament. Cha finished tied for 43rd overall. Other Pirates on the links for the tournament included Kevin Sanislo, who shot an overall of 21-over-par, Kevin O'Brien, who wound up with a 35-over-par, and Corey Wilson, who ended with a 38-over-par for the tournament. Seton Hall returns to action on Sept. 13 and 14 for the Navy Fall Classic.
Men's golf finishes sixth in the Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate