MOOSIC, Pa. -- For the first time in Immaculata's eight-year program history, the Mighty Macs captured the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Championship and earned the conference's automatic berth to the NCAA championship.

The Mighty Macs put together a day two round of 326, which was two shots lower than their opening round, to earn a two-day composite of 654 and best runner-up Cabrini by eight strokes. Immaculata had three individuals finish in the top 10 to lead the way for the team crown at Glenmaura National Golf Club.

Aaron Harper turned in a round of 80 on day two for a total of 160, which placed him third individually. Harper's third-place finish ties the mark for best individual finish by an Immaculata golfer in the conference championship. Harper's finish also earned him first-team All-CSAC honors.

Todd Boisvert fired an 82 on Saturday to finish in eighth place at 163 (81-82). Boisvert earned a spot on the second-team All-CSAC squad for the third time during his career and his finish of eighth was his highest in a championship tournament.

Peter Kotula was one-shot better than Friday, firing an 82 for a two-round total of 165 (83-83) to tie for 10th place. Tim Eckert finished in a tie for 12th with a composite score of 166 (84-82), two strokes better on Saturday than Friday. Bryan Missimer also came in with a lower round on day two, finishing with an 83 for 14th place at 167 (84-83).

Immaculata head coach Tana Thomas earned CSAC Coach of the Year honors for the third time during her tenure.

Cabrini (662) finished second in the team standings, while Centenary (676), Marywood (692) and Keystone (696) rounded out the top five.

Centenary's Steve Kluemper won the individual title with consecutive rounds of 75 for a total of 150, 8-over par for the tournament. Marywood's Paul Kania was second at 159 (77-82).