Tribe Menís Golf Places Eighth at Georgetown Invitational
Beallsville, Md. - The William and Mary Tribe menís golf team wrapped up play at the Georgetown Invitational on Tuesday, placing eighth out of 12 teams. The College carded a final round of 298 (+14) to finish the tournament with a score of 871 (+19). Campbell won the tournament with a total of 847 (-5).
Leading the way for the Tribe at the tournament was senior Brandon Parker, who carded rounds of 70-71-72 to place ninth overall with a score of 213 (E). The top-10 finish is the first of the season for Parker, who has three top-20 finishes already this fall.
Sophomore Jeremy Wells continued his strong play, following up his third place finish at the Joe Agee Invitational by tying for 19th this week at the Georgetown Invitational. Wells ended the event with a total of 217 (+4). Freshman Nick Schafer matched his career-best finish, tying for 28th place after carding a 54-hole score of 219 (+6).
Senior Zach Glassman fired a final round 74 (+3), ending the tournament with a score of 222 (+9) to tie for 37th, while junior Scott Saal rounded out the Tribeís effort by tying for 62nd with a total of 233 (+20).
The William and Mary Tribe menís golf team will conclude the fall portion of the 2010-11 season starting on Monday, October 25 when the College will begin play at the Old Dominion Invitational.
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Final Team Standings
1. Campbell 847 (-5)
2. Miami (OH) 857 (+5)
3. Richmond 861 (+9)
4. Xavier 862 (+10)
5. Eastern Michigan 866 (+14)
8. William and Mary 871 (+19)
William and Mary Individuals
9. Brandon Parker 213 (E)
T19. Jeremy Wells 217 (+4)
T28. Nick Schafer 219 (+6)
T37. Zach Glassman 222 (+9)
T62. Scott Saal 233 (+20)