The Detroit Titan
Invitational at a Glance
Dates: April 13-14, 2012
Course: Prestwick Village Golf Club - Highland, Mich.
Course Info: Par 72; 7,142 Yards
The Field: Canisius, Chicago State, Cleveland State, Detroit, Evansville, Ferris State, Grand Valley State, Green Bay, Humber College (Canada), Loyola (Ill.), Madonna, Oakland, Western Illinois and Youngstown State.
GOLF TEAM HEADS TO DETROIT FOR FINAL SPRING
- The Canisius College golf team will head to the Detroit Titan Invitational this weekend for the team's final tune-up before the 2012 MAAC Championship in Florida.
- The Golden Griffins are coming off a 12th place finish at last weekend's wind-blown Rutherford Intercollegiate at the Blue Course at Penn State University.
- This marks the fourth-straight season that the Griffs have taken part in Detroit's event - the Blue and Gold placed seventh in last year's event and former Griff Michael Knott tied for 16th in the field with his three-round total of 233.
FAHEY POSTS A 71 AT FIRELINE INVITATIONAL
- Canisius freshman Pat Fahey shot a career-best 71 in the second round of the 14th annual Fireline Invitational at Prospect Bay Country Club in Grasonville, Md.
- The highlight of Fahey's career-best round came on his 10th hole, when he scored an eagle-three on the par-5 first hole at Prospect Bay.
- Fahey joins with juniors Michael Carrig and Mike Spiotta as the only three Griffs this season to have registered a round below par.
GRIFFS SIGN THREE FOR 2012-13
- Canisius head coach Todd Hummel recently announced that Brendon Polsin (Baldwinsville, N.Y.), Andrew Romano (Depew, N.Y.) and Zachary Soccio-Marandola (Thorold, Ontario) have signed their National Letters of Intent to join the Golden Griffin golf program for the 2012-13 academic year.
ON THE TEE
- Canisius will have some time off before traveling south to take part in the 2012 MAAC Golf Championship in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
- Canisius placed fifth in last year's conference championship, the third-straight fifth-place finish for the Blue and Gold at the MAAC's postseason tournament.
- Junior Michael Carrig tied for 21st last season at the MAAC Championship after registering a 24th-place finish in 2010.