ROCKVILLE, Md. - After frost delayed the start of today’s action and shortened play to one round, junior Jeremy Wall turned in a 1-under 71 to lead the Loyola University Maryland golf team on the first day of the Terrapin Invitational at Woodmont Country Club.
Overall, Wall is tied for fourth heading into tomorrow’s final round. He trails Bethune-Cookman’s Leon Frickler, the tournament leader, who shot a 4-under 68 today, and Ohio’s Grant Engel and Rutgers’ Toks Pedro, who are tied for second after turning in matching scores of 2-under 70.
As a team, the Greyhounds combined for an aggregate score of 7-over 295 and sit one stroke back of James Madison and Ohio State. Maryland leads the way with a 4-over 292, while the Dukes and Buckeyes shot 6-over 294 today.
With a 5-over 77, junior Connor Flach is tied for 33rd.
Loyola will return to the course for the final round Tuesday at 9:30 a.m.