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Friday, September 16, 2016

O'Brien leads Saint Joseph's to Bucknell Invitational title

   While three former Saint Joseph’s standouts, brothers Michael and Brian McDermott and Sean Seese, were teeing it up at the U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship at Stonewall, the current crop of Hawks were soaring to the team title last weekend in the Bucknell Invitational.
   The Hawks were led by Michael O’Brien, a freshman from West Chester, Ohio who captured the individual title, defeating Lafayette’s Reid Bedell on the first hole of a playoff.
   O’Brien fired a sizzling 4-under 66 over the 6,224-yard, par-70 Bucknell Golf Club in the opening round and followed it up with a 1-over 71 for a 3-under 137 total. His performance earned him Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week honors.
   He helped the Hawks post an opening round of 5-under 275. They added a second-round 295 for a 10-over 570 total. Host Bucknell and Wayne State shared second place, six shots behind Saint Joseph’s at 576.
   Tyler Sokolis, a junior from Central Bucks West, finished in a tie for ninth at 143. He opened with a 2-under 68 and added a 75. Reed Winkler (70-74), another freshman out of Salesianum, was a shot back of Sokolis in a tie for 14th at 144.
   Ross Pilliod, a sophomore from Berks Catholic (and an occasional Stonewall looper this summer), had rounds of 73 and 75 and finished in a tie for 22nd at 148. And Drew Taylor, a senior from East Berlin, backed off from an opening-round 71 with an 80 in the second round to finish in a tie for 36th at 151.
   By the way, Alec Kerr, a solid four-year starter at Cardinal O’Hara, shows up on the Saint Joseph’s roster.
   La Salle finished fifth at Bucknell with rounds of 284 and 297 for a 581 total.
   P.J. Acierno, a senior from La Salle High, opened with a 3-under 67, before falling back with a 76 to finish in a tie for ninth at 143. Acierno was joined at that figure by freshman Evan Gaesser of Kendall, N.Y., who had rounds of 72 and 71.

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