Oct. 17, 2011
BEALLSVILLE, Md. - West Florida Argos senior Thomas Guste-Pedersen was second amongst all participants with a 3-under par, along with having another participant from West Florida in the top five at the 27th Annual Georgetown Intercollegiate, being held at The Members Club at the Four Streams.
The Georgetown Intercollegiate is being held on the par-71, 6,640 yard Members Club at Four Streams, the home course for the Hoyas.
West Florida shot 587 to lead all 12 teams participating, just one stroke above Georgetown University who shot 588. Michigan State University is in third with 589 strokes.
At fourth stands Campbell University and Xavier University tied at 595, Miami University (OH) and DePaul University tied at sixth with 597, Northern Illinois University at eighth with 606, and William and Mary ninth with 610.
Towson University is in tenth with 615 strokes, the U.S. Naval Academy is eleventh with 616 and rounding out the field is Saint Joseph's University at 622 strokes.
The Argos' second top-five shooter in the first round was senior Ryan Black, who shot par 71. Black and Miami junior Ben Peacock are tied for third at par, and Michigan State junior Matt Moseley shot 70 to place second.
Five Georgetown players are participating in the tournament. Senior Brian Dorfman (Greenwood Village, Colo./Cherry Creek) and freshman Greg Podufal (Erie, Pa./Catholic Prep) lead the Hoyas with 146 strokes, four strokes above the twice-played par of 71. Both are tied for seventh on the day.
Senior Taylor Hall (Roswell, Ga./Blessed Trinity) is tied for 10th place at five over par 147, senior Curtis Loop (New Canaan, Conn./New Canaan) is tied for 17th place at seven over par 149, and junior Ryan Harpster (Glen Ridge, N.J./Delbarton) is tied for 58th place at 18-over par 160.
The final round of play will tee off at approximately 9 a.m. (ET)