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Greyhounds Third After Opening Day of Whiting-Turner Towson Invite
March 31, 2013
GRASONVILLE, Md. - The Loyola University Maryland golf team is in third place following the first day of the Whiting-Turner Towson Invitational Sunday afternoon at Prospect Bay Country Club.
The Greyhounds have carded a team score of 302 to trail second-place Rutgers by two strokes (12-over 300). William & Mary leads the team competition with a 3-over 291.
Sophomore Bart George leads Loyola as he is tied for ninth at 2-over 74. Junior Jon Ross and senior Will Handley are tied for ninth at 3-over 75, while freshman Jimmy Dengler is tied for 47th with a first-round score of 6-over 78 and classmate Keegan Boone is tied for 65th at 8-over 80.
Jeremy Wells of William & Mary leads the individual competition with a 4-under 68, while three competitors are tied for second (Josh Waters – LIU Brooklyn, Alex Hicks – W&M, Carlos Kim – Lehigh) with an even 72.
Second-round play will begin tomorrow, Monday, at 8 a.m. Live results can be found here.