Oct. 22, 2015
WATERVILLE, Ireland — The Notre Dame men’s golf team shot a 16-over par 304 in the opening round of the Jerry Murray/Waterville Invitational on Thursday at the Waterville Golf Links.
The six-team tournament, which is being hosted by Notre Dame and the Waterville Golf Links, includes three Irish Universities and three NCAA programs.
Maynooth University (289, +1) leads after one round of play, followed by UNC Wilmington (296, +8), Texas A&M (298, +10), Ulster University (300, +12), Notre Dame (304, +21) and the University College Dublin (309, +21).
Texas A&M’s Max Miller shot a five-under par 67 to lead the field of 40 golfers by five strokes heading into Friday’s second round.
— Brant Ust (@NDBrantUst) October 22, 2015
Rounding out the starting five, freshman Kevin Conners shot a 14-over par 86.
Notre Dame also had four golfers compete as individuals, including sophomore Thomas Steve, who shot a three-over par 75.
The second and third rounds of the Jerry Murray/Waterville Invitational will take place on Friday, Oct. 23 and Saturday, Oct. 24.
— by Dan Colleran, Athletics Communications Associate Director