25th Annual Leo Keenan Invitational
Dates: Sept. 16-17, 2013
Course: Bartlett Country Club
Place: Olean, N.Y.
Course Info: Par 70 – 6,308 Yards
Format: 36 holes (18 holes each day)
GRIFFS IN THE FIELD FOR LEO KEENAN EVENT
- The Canisius College golf team is set to return to the course Sept. 16-17, as the Golden Griffins play in the 25th annual Leo Keenan Invitational, hosted by St. Bonaventure.
- The tournament, which is named after former St. Bonaventure golf coach Leo Keenan, who coaches the Bonnies from 1968-87.
- The Leo Keenan Invitational moved from a one-day, 18-hole tournament to a two-day, 36-hole contest in 1995.
- The Bonnies won the 2012 Leo Keenan crown with a team score of 292, which was seven strokes better than runner-up Robert Morris.
- This marks the first time since 2007 that Canisius has played in the Leo Keenan Invitational.
LAST TIME OUT
- The Griffs opened the 2013-14 golf season Sept. 1-2, when the team took part in the Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate in Verona, N.Y.
- With a roster made up of four sophomores and one freshman, Canisius placed 13th in the field with a team score of 924.
- Sophomore Hunter Sagar finished tied for 42nd in the field with his 54-hole score of 228, while fellow sophomore Andrew Romano tied for 49th with his three-round tally of 231.
- Romano fired an even-par 72 in the final round to match his career-low score.
NEXT ON THE TEE
- The Griffs will continue their fall schedule Sept. 21-22 at the Cornell Invitational in Ithaca, N.Y.