Tribe Menís Golf Tied for Seventh at Georgetown Intercollegiate
Beallsville, Md. - The William and Mary Tribe menís golf team played well on Monday, ending the day tied for seventh at the Georgetown Intercollegiate. Campbell leads the tournament with a total of 559 (-9).
On a day where low scores were the norm, the College carded rounds of 289 (+5) and 284 (E) to total a 36-hole score of 573 (+5). The Tribeís total of 573 (+5) is tied for the ninth best 36-hole total in school history.
Senior Brandon Parker and sophomore Jeremy Wells led the Green and Gold on Monday, each carding two-round totals of 141 (-1) to tie for 10th overall after the first day. Parker fired rounds of 70-71, while Wells flipped his scores, shooting 71-70.
Freshman Nick Schafer had a very solid day for the College, carding rounds of 70-73 to end in a tie for 20th after 36 holes with a score of 143 (+1). Schaferís 70 (-1) is the best round for the rookie in his brief collegiate career.
Senior Zach Glassman shaved eight strokes off his first round total of 78 (+8) to fire a 70 (-1) in the second. Glassman ended the day with a score of 148 (+6), tying him for 44th. Junior Scott Saal rounded out the Tribeís effort, placing 59th with a total of 153 (+11).
The William and Mary Tribe menís golf team will look to make a charge up the leaderboard on Tuesday when the College will play the third and final round of the Georgetown Intercollegiate. Results will be posted as soon as they become available.
The Members Club at Four Streams Ė Par 71
1. Campbell 559 (-9)
2. Miami (OH) 565 (-3)
T3. Maryland 567 (-1)
T3. Eastern Michigan 567 (-1)
5. UNC Greensboro 569 (+1)
T7. William and Mary 573 (+5)
William and Mary Individuals
T10. Brandon Parker 141 (-1)
T10. Jeremy Wells 141 (-1)
T20. Nick Schafer 143 (+1)
T44. Zach Glassman 148 (+6)
59. Scott Saal 153 (+11)