Georgetown Men's Golf Finishes Tied for Seventh at First Market Bank Intercollegiate
March 24, 2009
WASHINGTON, D.C. -
The Georgetown University men's golf team placed two individuals among the top-20 overall and the Hoyas shot a final round 14-over par 298 to finish in a tie for seventh place among 22 teams at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate, which concluded on Tuesday afternoon at the Kingsmill River Course in Williamsburg, Va.
Liberty University led from start-to-finish at the 36-hole event, shooting a 6-over par 290 on the final day of play to finish with a score of 6-over par 574, four strokes ahead of second place finisher Campbell (10-over par 578). Southern Illinois placed third at 20-over par 588, while Temple finished fourth at 24-over par 592 and James Madison was fifth at 26-over par 596. South Dakota State placed sixth (28-over par 596), while the Hoyas tied for seventh place with Gardner-Webb and host William & Mary at 29-over par 597.
Robert Karlsson of Liberty took medalist honors, topping the field of 116 golfers with a two-day score of 1-under par 141.
Junior Vincenzo Salina (Vandoeuvres, Switzerland/Institut Florimont), who was tied for 12th place after the first day of play, finished tied for 12th place after shooting a 4-over par 146. Salina posted consecutive scores of 2-over par 73.
Freshman Brian Dorfman (Greenwood Village, Colo./Cherry Creek) finished in a tie for 14th place at 5-over par 147. Dorfman shot a 1-over par 72 in the opening round and finished with a 4-over par 75 in the second round.
Senior Garrett Logan (Henderson, Nev./Bishop Gorman) tied for 46th place with a 10-over par 152, senior Tim Hager (Ivyland, Pa./Council Rock North) finished in a tie for 78th place at 14-over par 156 and freshman Taylor Hall (Roswell, Ga./Blessed Trinity) carded a 16-over par 158 and tied for 89th place.
Georgetown returns to action this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, March 28-29, playing at the Lacrosse Homes Invitational at the Prospect Bay Golf Club in Graysonville, Md.
First Market Bank Intercollegiate
Top Five Individuals - Par 142