WATERBURY, Vt. - Salem State finished third at the 2018 North Atlantic Championship this weekend hosted by the Country Club of Vermont. The Vikings recorded a two-round total of 624 (311, 323), finishing behind champion Husson 619 (307, 312) and runner-up SUNY Delhi - 622 (318, 304).
SUNY Delhi's Daniel Christy won the tournament with a 148 (75-73), while Husson's Taylor Morang and Salem State's Justin Serowik were just two strokes behind, finishing tied for second with a total score of 150 (74-76). Eric Powers 152 (74,78) earned a fifth a place finsh as both players earned first team all-conference honors.
Castleton Univeristy finished fourth - 668 (332, 336), Northern Vermont University-Johnson fifth - 674 (340, 334) and SUNY Canton came in just behind in sixth place - 675 (337, 338). UMaine Farmington finished in seventh place - 682 (342, 340), Thomas College eighth - 703 (358, 345), and Maine Maritime Academy in ninth - 708 (356, 352).
MCLA - 777 (390, 387) and UMaine-Presque Isle - 849 (423, 426) rounded out the tournament field.
First Team All-Conference
Daniel Christy, Sophomore, SUNY Delhi
Justin Serowick, Senior, Salem State
Taylor Morang, Senior, Husson
Mackenzie Clow, Senior, Husson
Eric Powers, Senior, Salem State
Gavin Dugas, Senior, Husson
Second Team All-Conference
Nick Ojala, Freshman, Castleton
Aaron Oliver, Junior, SUNY Delhi
Tom Rancour, Senior, SUNY Canton
Russell Herbert, Sophomore, SUNY Delhi
Chance Whittemore, Junior, Maine Maritime