Oct. 21, 2013
BEALLSVILLE, Md. - Junior captain Greg Podufal is tied for 17th overall, as the Georgetown University men's golf team is currently 11th of 12 squads after 36 holes at the 29th Annual Georgetown Intercollegiate at The Members Club at Four Streams in Beallsville, Md. The Hoyas were unable to duplicate its first round that put them into a tie for sixth place on their par 71, 6,862 yard home course.
The Blue & Gray shot a 12-over par 296 in the first round, tying Miami University (Ohio) for sixth place in the talented 12-team field. Podufal led the way, shooting a one-over par 72, placing him in a tie for 16th individually. Senior captain Eddie McCrossen was a stroke behind Podufal in the first round, shooting a two-over par, 73.
Georgetown slipped up in the second round, shooting a team 308 to fall into 11th place with 18 more holes to play on Tuesday morning. No. 8 UAB currently leads the field, shooting a team 560 through the first two rounds. Toledo (287 299 586) and Penn State (295 292 587) round out the top three.
Podufal is tied for 17th after carding a 75 in the second to go five-over par, 147 through the first 36 holes. Brian Tohir, who shot a first round 76, improved by a stroke in the second round to finish the day at nine-over par. Senior captain Charlie von Arentschildt shot a first round 75 and followed it with a 78 to finish tied with his teammate McCrossen at 11-over par, 153.
Matt Moosvian, who played independently, finished the day tied for 34th, shooting a nine-over par 151. Austin Rendell and Raleigh Chapin, who also played independently, shot a 155 and 160, respectively, while Andrew Rudy, finished at 169 during the first day.
The 29th Annual Georgetown Intercollegiate will resume third round play on Tuesday morning beginning at 8:30 a.m.