Pfeiffer is leading after 18 holes with a combined score of 316 and is followed by
On the men’s side of the course, Coker took a three shot lead after the completion of the 27 holes. The Cobras shot a combined 429 and are closely followed by
Limestone’s Paul Butler is the overall leader, after a superb 18 hole 66 and a nine hole 35, he is seven under. Dion Sirianni of Lees-McRae is only a shot back of
The 2006 CVAC Golf Championships continue tomorrow, with the men playing 27 holes and the women playing 18 at the Hartsville Country Club. Teams tee off starting at 8:30 a.m.
Following the first day of play the CVAC held its annual Golf Awards Banquet, at which the following awards were given.
Women’s Golf Award Winners:
Player of the Year: Liz Cortez –
Men’s Golf Award Winners:
Player of the Year: Ian Kentwright – Pfeiffer; Freshman of the Year: Adam Sheriff – Anderson; Coach of the Year: Doug Ehmann – Belmont Abbey; All-CVAC First Team: Dion Siriannia – Lees-McRae, Vincent Dumouchel – Coker, Kasey Timms – Belmont Abbey, Ian Kentwright – Pfeiffer, Adam Sheriff – Anderson; All-CVAC Second Team: Mick Moberg – Mount Olive, Eric Forsman – Pfeiffer, David Harris – Pfeiffer, Johary Raveloarison – Coker, Kent Cherry – Belmont Abbey; All-CVAC Honorable Mention: Paul Butler – Limestone, Ian Hall – Queens, Nick Nosewicz – Barton, Matt Short – Lees-McRae, Alvin Yeung – St. Andrews.
Women’s Round One Results;
Fin. Top 20 Teams Scores
4 Queens Univ of Charl 350
Men’s Day One Results
1 Coker 429
2 Pfeiffer 432
4 Limestone 436
5 Barton 441
6 Queens 447
10 Lees-McRae 470