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St. John Fisher Athletics | April 19, 2014

St. John Fisher continues Empire 8 dominance

  St. John Fisher claims ninth Empire 8 title in the past ten years.

HERSHEY, Pa. -- Eighth-ranked St. John Fisher captured its fourth consecutive Empire 8 championship and ninth in the past 10 years on Saturday at the par 71 Hershey Golf Country Club. The Cardinals shot a combined 302 in Saturday's final round to finish with a four-day total of 1204, defeating runner-up Scranton (E8 affiliate member), who closed out with a final score of 1230.

As the Empire 8 champion, Fisher receives an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Men's Golf championship May 13-16 in Greensboro, NC.

Fisher also cleaned up the individual awards. Thad Wier, who started out the day one stroke back, shot a final round 77 for a four-round total of 73-74-79-77 (+19), the tournaments lowest overall score to earn the Empire 8 Conference Player of the Year for the second consecutive year. 

Fellow teammate Hogan Cuny who began the day in tie for first finished with a final round 80 and four round total of 305 (+20) good for fourth place and the Empire 8 Rookie of the Year recognition.

Reigning rookie of the year Corey Haas launched a final round 74 to finish the tournament one stroke ahead of Cuny and earn a tie for second place.

Chris Blyth finished in a tie for ninth place after shooting a 79 to complete the four-day event at 313 (+29)

Wier, Haas, and Cuny each earned Empire 8 All-Conference First Team honors while Blyth was named to the Second Team.

Field hockey: DIII committee selects championship bracket

INDIANAPOLIS-- The NCAA Division III Field Hockey Committee announced today the field of 24 teams that will compete in the 2016 NCAA Division III Field Hockey Championship.

Teams and individuals selected for 2016 NCAA DIII Men's Golf Championships

The championships, which will be held May 10-13 at Midvale Country Club and Mendon Golf Club, in Rochester, New York, will be hosted by St. John Fisher College and the Monroe County Sports Commission.

St. John Fisher's Lindsey Thayer strikes out 15 batters in five-inning no-hitter


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