With a two-day team score of 626, the Pitt-Bradford Panthers won the 2018 AMCC Golf Championship. The 2018 title is the third in program history and the first since Pitt-Bradford won in back-to-back years in 2001 and 2002.
Pitt-Bradford cut 14 strokes from its day-one performance on the second day, firing a 306 to secure a comfortable conference title with a combined score of 626 -- nine strokes ahead of the AMCC Runner-Up Penn State-Behrend (635). La Roche College rounded out the top three with a two-day score of 640.
Panther junior Johnny Fiore led all AMCC competitors in the two-day event, finishing the first day tied for the lead atop the conference with a 74 and securing the individual medal with a 72 Monday for a combined score of 146. His combined score was just two strokes over par for the event and four strokes better than the second-place finisher Chuck Panepinto from Medaille College (150). Fiore became the first AMCC individual medalist in program history. Pitt-Bradford junior Cooper Cordova moved up the leaderboard with a 75 Monday to take third place overall at 153.
Day 1 Results
Day 2 Results
Johnny Fiore, Pitt-Bradford
Chuck Panepinto, Medaille College
Cooper Cordova, Pitt-Bradford
Jack Perfett, Penn St. Behrend
Will Hoven, Mount Aloysius College
Pat McCall, La Roche College