Georgetown Men's Golf Finishes in 12th Place at Joe Agee Invitational
Oct. 4, 2005
Washington, D.C. - The Georgetown University men's golf team had a strong final day of play and finished in 12th place at the Joe Agee Invitational, played at the Rivers Edge Country Club in Williamsburg, Virginia.
The Hoyas carded rounds of five-over par 293 and six-over par 294 on Tuesday, finishing in 12th place with a two-day score of 31-over par 895. George Washington won the tournament, posting a one-over par 865 to pace the field. St. Joseph's placed second, five strokes back at six-over par 870, followed by Old Dominion (seven-over par 871), Southern Illinois and Towson (875), Cleveland State and William & Mary (880), Loyola College (884), Boston College (889), Rutgers (892) and James Madison (893).
The Hoyas were paced by junior Matt Busa (Cleveland, Ohio/St. Ignatius), who finished in a tie for 24th place at six-over par 222. Busa posted rounds of one-over par 73, six-over par 78 and one-under par 71 to lead the five-man squad. Senior David Erikson (Edina, Minn./The Blake School) tied for 27th place at seven-over par 223 , senior Matt Myers (St. Joseph, Mo./Central) tied for 41st place at 10-over par 226, junior Tim Moynihan (Murrysville, Pa./Franklin Regional) tied for 55th place at 17-over par 233 and sophomore John Jamgochian Greenwich, Conn./The Brunswick School) finished in a tie for 59th place at 23-over par 239.
The men's golf team returns to action on Monday, October 10, playing at the Xavier Invitational at the Oasis Golf Course in Loveland, Ohio.