Men's Golf
Balanced Scoring Leads Georgetown Men's Golf to Tie for Sixth Place at Big 5 Classic
Junior Pat Sherry tied for 20th place and Georgetown tied for sixth place at the Big 5 Classic.

Junior Pat Sherry tied for 20th place and Georgetown tied for sixth place at the Big 5 Classic.

Oct. 14, 2007

Washington, D.C. -

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Four Georgetown men's golfers finished among the top 36 finishers in the tournament and the Hoyas tied for sixth place at 42-over par 610 in the Big 5 Classic, held at the Philadelphia Cricket Club.

Cornell topped the 15-team field with a 36-hole score of 27-over par 595, four strokes better than Seton Hall, Princeton and Boston College, who tied for second place at 31-over par 599. Columbia finished in fifth place at 36-over par 604, with the Hoyas and George Washington tied for sixth at 42-over par 610.

Junior Patrick Sherry (Brookeville, Md./Landon) tied for 20th place at 10-over par 152 to lead the Hoyas. Sherry posted consecutive rounds of five-over par 76 during the two days.

Junior Tim Hager (Ivyland, Pa./Council Rock North) shot a three-over par 75 in the second round and tied for 23rd place at 11-over par 153. Junior Garrett Logan (Henderson, Nev./Bishop Gorman) tied for 30th place at 12-over par 154 and sophomore Trevor Matese (Bethesda, Md./Georgetown Prep) shot a team-best three-over par 74 in the final round to tie for 36th place at 13-over par 155. Sophomore Vincenzo Salina (Vandoeuvres, Switzerland/Institut Florimont) tied for 56th place at 18-over par 160.

The Hoyas will host the Georgetown Intercollegiate on Monday and Tuesday, October 22-23 at the Members Club at Four Streams in Beallsville, Md.

Fin. Team Scores
1. Cornell, 299-296-595 (+27)
T2. Seton Hall, 292-307=599 (+31)
T2. Princeton, 300-299=599 (+31)
T2. Boston College, 298-301=599 (+31)
5. Columbia, 310-294=604 (+36)
T6. Georgetown, 306-304=610 (+42)
T6. George Washington, 302-208=610 (+42)
8. Pennsylvania, 297-315=612 (+44)
9. Drexel, 307-307=614 (+46)
10. Villanova, 310-305=615 (+47)
11. Navy, 313-309=622 (+54)
12. St. Joseph's, 311-312=623 (+55)
13. George Mason, 319-318=637 (+69)
14. Temple, 319-323=642 (+74)
15. LaSalle, 356-329=685 (+117)

Top Five Individuals
1. J.J. Amoruso, George Mason, 71-71=142 (even)
2. Craig Kublin, Boston College, 71-72=143 (+1)
3. John Zur, Seton Hall, 67-77=144 (+2)
4. Matthew Jaye, Cornell, 71-75=146 (+5)
T5. Robert, Fritz, Cornell, 78-69=147 (+5)
T5. Austin Quinten, Columbia, 75-72=147 (+5)
T5. Brett Rendina, Penn, 75-72=147 (+5)

Georgetown Golfers
T20. Patrick Sherry, 76-76=152 (+10)
T23. Tim Hager, 78-75=153 (+11)
T30. Garrett Logan, 75-79=154 (+12)
T36. Trevor Matese, 81-74=155 (+13)
T56. Vincenzo Salina, 77-83=160(+18)

 

 

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