West Middlesex, PA-The D'Youville golf team rebounded on day two of the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Championship with three of the four players posting a lower score than the opening round.
Joe Bellavia (Tonawanda, NY/Canisius) torched Oak Tree Country Club with a a three-over par 75 and that was second-best among the 43 players' second round scores. Bellavia's day two total was a career-low score and eight shots better than yesterday's first-round score of 83. The two-day total of 158 carded by the sophomore put him tied for sixth place overall.
It was the second-straight year Bellavia has finished in the top-ten at the AMCC Championship. Last year as a freshman at Oak Tree Country Club, Bellavia finished tied for ninth place with a score of 161.
Harrison Civin (Clarence, NY/Clarence) turned in the team's low score yesterday with an 80, remained steady with a day two total of 81. The junior's two-round score of 161 placed him tied for fourteenth place overall, his best ever finish at an AMCC Championship.
Senior Joel Costanzo II (Niagara Falls, NY/Niagara Catholic) closed his D'Youville golf career with a second-day total of 91. That was 15 shots better than yesterday's first-round. Also closing his D'Youville career was senior Joe Fayad (Depew, NY/Depew). Fayed was one shot better on day two than on day one.
The improved second round was 23 shots lower than the day before and that jumped the Spartans up in the standings into an eighth place finish. D'Youville accumulated a second day team total of 354.