After 36 holes of play at The Adams Cup in Newport, Rhode Island, Temple is tied for seventh place in the 16-team field with a score of 603.
Senior Matt Crescenzo shot a two-under 142 to lead the Owls.
Sophomore Brandon Matthews had a tough stretch on day one, carding a nine-over 81 during his morning round, but rebounded in the afternoon, shooting a one-over 73 and is tied with junior Mike Amole for 43nd place.
Junior Matt Teesdale is tied for 49th with an 11-over 155. Freshman Evan Galbreath carded a 15-over 159 to round out the lineup.
The Owls trail Hartford and Rhode Island by eight strokes for third place.
University of Central Florida leads the tournament with a 565.
The Adams Cup will conclude on Tuesday with eighteen holes of action.
Less than a year after his playing days at Temple concluded, Devin Bibeau is returning to Temple and has been named as an assistant coach to headman Brian Quinn.
Bibeau was a four-year letter winner and as a senior, placed fifth overall at the Atlantic 10 Men’s Golf Championship and vaulted himself to a Top 10 finish at the Wildcat Invitational.
Bibeau was also named to the A 10 All-Conference team during his senior campaign.