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George Moves Into Third Place Following Second Round of Towson Invite
April 1, 2013
GRASONVILLE, Md. - Loyola University Maryland sophomore golfer Bart George shaved three strokes off his first round score to move into third place following the second round of the Whiting-Turner Towson Invitational at Prospect Bay Country Club Monday.
George shot a 1-under 71 to move up five places with a two-round score of 1-over 145, while the Greyhounds enter the final round tied with Rutgers for third place with an aggregate score of 28-over 604.
Jeremy Wells of William & Mary leads the individuals with a score of 4-under 140 heading into the third round, while Zack Kempa of Indiana (Pa.), is second at 1-under 143.
Senior Will Handley is second for Loyola, sitting tied for 19th with an 8-over 152, while junior Jon Ross is one stroke behind and tied for 27th at 9-over 153.
Freshmen Jimmy Dengler and Keegan Boone are tied for 36th and 77th, respectively. Denger improved two strokes from his first round to finish at 4-over 76 today and has posted a 10-over 154, while Boone is at a two-round total of 17-over 161.
William & Mary continues to lead the team race with a 7-over 140, while Indiana University of Pennsylvania is second at 27-over 603. Loyola and Rutgers are tied for third at 28-over 604.
The Greyhounds will return to the course for the third and final round tomorrow morning. Loyola is scheduled to begin at 9:40 a.m.