WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - Sophomore Matt Oshrine finished atop the leaderboard at the Middleburg Bank Intercollegiate at Kingsmill Resort River Course Tuesday to win his second collegiate tournament this season, but the Loyola University Maryland men's golf team lost a playoff round with Radford to finish second.
Oshrine, the only player to finish under par, carded a three-round score of 2-under 208 (70-72-66) to tie the 54-hole tournament record and finish two strokes ahead of Brandon Matthews from Temple and Patrick Flavin from Miami (OH).
Junior Jimmy Dengler was second for the Greyhounds, shooting a 5-over 75 today to finish tied for 17th overall at 6-over 216, while senior Bart George finished two strokes back of Dengler, and tied for 26th, after shooting an even 70 through the final round.
As a team, the Greyhounds had a chance to win the playoff round on the second hole, but missed par, sending the two teams into a third extra hole, where Radford broke the stalemate.
Loyola led after each of the rounds, before finishing tied with Radford with a three-round total of 19-over 859. Missouri finished third at 25-over 865 with Maryland and Penn State close behind at 27-over 867 and 28-over 868, respectively.
The Greyhounds will have a short break before heading to Wilmington, North Carolina for the Seahawk Intercollegiate Sunday and Monday, March 29-30.