Georgetown Men's Golf Finishes Fifth of 13 at Cobra-PUMA Invite
Oct. 28, 2013
MIROMAR LAKES, Fla. - Junior captain Greg Podufal finished tied for seventh overall, while the Georgetown University men's golf team finished fifth of 13 schools after the final round concluded on Monday afternoon at the Cobra PUMA Invitational at the Miromar Lakes Golf Club in Miromar Lakes, California.
Podufal shot a one-over par 73 during the third round, giving him a two-under par 214 during the two-day, 54 hole invite, hosted by Xavier University. The Hoyas turned in its strongest performance of the fall, shooting a team 24-over par 888 after shooting a team 295 on Monday.
Senior captain Charlie von Arentschildt finished tied for 26th overall, carding a six-over par 222 over three rounds, while senior captain Ed McCrossen shot back-to-back rounds of 73 to finish seven-over par, 223, good for 30th place.
Sophomore Matthew Moosavian had his best round of the invite on Monday, carding a one-over par 73 to finish at 234, tied for 59th place overall. Junior Brian Tohir rounded out the Hoyas top-five finishing 68th overall, shooting 241 during the three rounds.
Florida Gulf Coast won the team title, shooting a team 855 through three rounds, with Florida Atlantic and Bethune Cookman rounding out the top three. Edward Figueroa of Florida Gulf Coast, who played unattached, tied for first with St. John's Ryan McCormick, shooting a 12-under par 204. Clayton Portz of Northern Kentucky finished third, shooting six-under par.
The Hoyas three rounds at the Cobra-PUMA Invite concludes the fall season.