Cardinals senior carded a two day total of 137

Calvert Hall senior golfer Lorenzo Sanz won the MIAA individual golf stroke play championship for a second straight year, shooting a two-day total of 137 at Eagles Nest Golf & Country Club.

Sanz followed up his opening round score of 69 with a 68 on Wednesday to finish three shots clear of St. Paul’s sophomore Tom Sharps who posted a final score of 140.

This was Calvert’s fifth MIAA individual champion, second only to the six won by St. Paul’s.

St. Paul’s gathers for a team photo after winning its 10th MIAA stroke play team title.

Gilman’s Bennett Espenshade and Max Bellone tied for third, each posting a two-round total of 144, while Mount St. Joseph’s Max Bellone rounded out the top five with a 146.

In addition, St. Paul’s, the 2022 MIAA A Conference team champions, won the stroke play team title for a second straight year and the 10th time since the MIAA was formed. The Crusaders posted a two-day cumulative score of 589. That score broke the previous record of 592 set by 2000 St. Paul’s team.

Pictured above: Lorenzo Sanz of Calvert Hall with the championship plaque for his second consecutive MIAA golf individual stroke play championship.


1. Lorenzo Sanz, Calvert Hall – 137
2. Tom Sharps, St. Paul’s – 140
3t. Bennett Espenshade, Gilman – 144
3t. Max Bellone, Gilman – 144
5. Brock Weisman, Mount St. Joseph – 146
6t. Riley DeCapite, Loyola Blakefield – 147
6t. Jack Stomata, Severn – 147
8. Luke Lombardo, Archbishop Spalding – 148
9t. Robbie McNitt, Severn – 149
9t. Oliver Clark, St. Paul’s – 149