Williamsburg, Va. - The William and Mary Tribe men’s golf team placed second at the Joe Agee Invitational this weekend. The College lost by four strokes to CAA-rival Old Dominion, who won the event with a score of 578 (+10). ODU’s James Brockington was declared the winner of the tournament since Nyasha Mauchaza and Towson had left before the playoff.
Leading the way for the College at the Joe Agee Invitational this weekend was sophomore Jeremy Wells, who finished just one stroke behind the leaders with a two-round total of 142 (E) to tie for third place. After carding a personal-best 67 (-4) on Saturday, Wells fired a 75 (+4) on Sunday, leaving him just one stroke short. Wells’ 36-hole total of 142 (E) on the par-71 course ties him for the eighth-best total in school history.
Senior Zach Glassman had a terrific final round for the College, carding a 70 (-1) to charge up the leaderboard. Glassman would finish the tournament in a tie for seventh with a score of 144 (+2). Classmate Brandon Parker also had a nice showing this weekend, placing in a tie for 16th with a two-round total of 148 (+6).
Freshman Tanner Taddeo notched his first collegiate top-20 finish, tying for 19th with a score of 149 (+7), while classmate Nick Schafer rounded out the Green and Gold’s effort with a total of 151 (+9) to tie for 28th.
For the William and Mary “B” team this weekend, a trio of players tied for 28th with a two round score of 151 (+9). Junior Scott Saal and freshmen Patrick Leisure and Michael Bekken all finished with the total. All three played well for the “B” team, with Bekken and Leisure each improving on their scores from Saturday.
Finishing out for the William and Mary “B” team was sophomore Spencer Kushner, who carded a total of 162 (+20) to tie for 57th place.
The William and Mary Tribe men’s golf team will next play in the Georgetown Invitational on October 18-19. Live stats for the tournament can be found at TribeAthletics.com.
Joe Agee Invitational
Colonial Heritage G.C. – Par 71
Final Team Standings 1. Old Dominion 578 (+10)
2. William and Mary 582 (+14) 3. IUPUI 590 (+22)
4. Loyola 591 (+23)
5. High Point 594 (+26)
10. William and Mary “B” 615 (+47)
William and Mary Individuals T3. Jeremy Wells 142 (E)
T7. Zach Glassman 144 (+2)
T16. Brandon Parker 148 (+6)
T19. Tanner Taddeo 149 (+7)
T28. Nick Schafer 151 (+9)
William and Mary “B” Individuals T28. Scott Saal 151 (+9)
T28. Patrick Leisure 151 (+9)
T28. Michael Bekken 151 (+9)
T57. Spencer Kushner 162 (+20)