ROCKVILLE, Md. - Sophomore Jeremy Wall won his first collegiate tournament Tuesday afternoon, shooting a 1-under 143 to take medalist honors at the Terrapin Invitational and lead the Loyola University Maryland golf team to a runner-up finish at the Woodmont Country Club.
Wall, the Patriot League Rookie of the Year in 2015, shot an even 72 today, while the Greyhounds combined for an aggregate score of 12-over 588. James Madison won the team title with a 5-over 581, while Loyola held a six-stroke lead over the third-place Maryland Terrapins (594, +18).
Junior Ethan Wall was Loyola's second finisher and tied sophomore Bennett Wisner, who competed as an individual, for 12th. Ethan Wall shot an even 72 today, while Wisner hit a 1-over 73 to both finish at 4-over 148.
Junior Connor Flach was third for the Greyhounds and one stroke back of his teammates. After turning in an even 72 today, Flach finished 18th overall with a two-round score of 5-over 149.
Sophomore Brendan Peel joined Wisner as an individual. With a 4-over 76 today, Peel finished tied for 37th with a tournament score of 9-over 153.
Jeremy Wall claimed his first individual victory by one stroke, as Longwood's Jordan Boulton and James Madison's Alex Henderson finished tied for second with even 144 scores.
Loyola will conclude the fall portion of its schedule at the Wendy's Kiawah Classic in Kiawah Island, South Carolina. The three-day tournament will begin on Sunday, Nov. 1.