Oct. 18, 2011
BEALLSVILLE, Md. - The West Florida Argos tied with the Michigan State Spartans at the end of the third round Tuesday afternoon in the 27th Georgetown Intercollegiate, hosted by the Members Club at Four Streams. After having identical scores at the end of the playoff round, the coaches decided on an alternate playoff system, meaning the tiebreaker was ultimately given to the Argos.
The Georgetown Intercollegiate was held on the par-71, 6,640-yard Members Club at Four Streams, the home course for the Hoyas.
West Florida and Michigan State tallied a cumulative 878 strokes, while Georgetown shot 879 to fall one stroke behind from contending in the playoff round.
Campbell University came in fourth with 883 strokes across the two days while Xavier finished fifth (898) followed by DePaul in sixth (899), Northern Illinois in seventh (907) and a tie for eighth (909) between the U.S. Naval Academy and William & Mary. Miami University (Ohio) rounded out the top 10 with 915 strokes as Towson and Saint Joseph's rounded out the field in 11th (927) and 12th (942), respectively.
Campbell senior Vauta Guillaume recorded the best score of all participants with seven-under par 206. Leading West Florida was senior Thomas Guste-Pedersen, tallying a two-over par 215 for the Argos in the tournament.
Of the five Georgetown participants in the tournament, senior Brian Dorfman (Greenwood Village, Colo./Cherry Creek) placed fifth overall with a score of four-over par 217 strokes.
The Georgetown Intercollegiate was the conclusion of the Hoyas' fall season.