April 30, 2013
WASHINGTON - The Georgetown University men's golf team finished its 2013 season in11th place at the BIG EAST Men's Golf Championship held in Orlando, Fla. at the Reunion Resort and Club. The Hoyas shot a third round total of 308 and combined with their first and second round scores of 299 and 296 finished 39-over par 903. Winning the title was South Florida at 6-under par 858, second was St. John's, 2-under par 862, and third was Notre Dame, even par 864.
Cincinnati's David Tepe won the individual title with a score of 208. He was 8-under par which tied for the fourth best all-time score at the championship.
Senior Curtis Loop (New Canaan, Conn./New Canaan), after firing a 66 yesterday and tying for second all-time at the BIG EAST Championship for one round, carded a 77 in round three and closed his career in a tie for 18th (77-66-77=220). Freshman Matthew Moosavian (Westerville, Ohio/St. Charles Prep) had the second best finish for the Hoyas firing a 78 in his final round and tying for 41st (75-76-78=229).
GU's other first year player Raleigh Chapin (Doylestown, Pa./New Hope Solebury) hit a 78 in round three and tied for 44th overall (74-78-78=230). Sophomore Greg Podufal (Erie, Pa./Cathedral Prep), who was the Hoyas most consistent golfer this season, ended in 50th. Podufal shot a 223 for the tournament (74-76-83).
Senior team captain Justin Edwards (Westlake Village, Calif./Westlake Village) had the best third round for the Hoyas with a 75 and tied for 56th (76-89-75=240).
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