Men's Golf Holds Lead After 18 Holes at George Cangero Invitational

Men's Golf Holds Lead After 18 Holes at George Cangero Invitational

FARMINGDALE, N.Y.- The Franklin & Marshall men's golf team holds a one stroke lead after one round at the George Cangero Invitational, hosted by Farmingdale State. The Diplomats posted a team score of 280, which is one stroke less than St. Thomas Aquinas.

In addition to F&M's team lead, the Diplomats also have three golfers that finished inside the top 10. Shane Lawler is tied for first with St. Thomas Aquinas' Nolan Skaggs with a score of 67. Jas Fuhrer posted a score of 69 in the round to finish tied for fourth place with New York's Kevin Kim. Dylan Gallagher shot 70 in the first round and is in sole possession of sixth place.

Jack Cooley is tied for 20th after recording a score of 74. Mike Gallagher shot a 76 to finish tied for 33rd.

The second round of the George Cangero Invitational will start on Sunday morning. The event is being held at Bethpage State Park and is the first of five 36-hole events that the Diplomats will play in this fall.