GOLF: Terriers Sit in Second After Day 1 of NAC Championship

GOLF: Terriers Sit in Second After Day 1 of NAC Championship

WATERVILLE, Maine – The Thomas College golf team sits in second place following Day 1 of the 2019 North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Championship at Waterville Country Club. The hosting Terriers shot a team score of 309 on the day, 14 strokes off leader SUNY Delhi.

Zachary Gagne (Augusta, Maine) was the low man for the Terriers and currently sits in a tie for fifth on the individual leader board with a + 6 76. Gagne was steady all day, shooting par on 12 of 18 holes. Kent Johnson (Carmel, Maine) followed Gagne, shooting a +7 77 to tie for eighth. Johnson was able to pick up two birdies on the day, but a trio of double bogeys held him out of the top five. Caleb Roy (Lyman, Maine) and Evan Parsons (Woolwich, Maine) each turned in scores of 78 to round out Thomas' scoring-four, while Aaron Pion (Waterville, Maine) came in with an 86.

Day 2 of the NAC Championship tees off at 9:30 on Sunday, October 13. The Terriers will be in the final grouping with SUNY Delhi and Husson, with their first pairing teeing off at 11:00 AM.