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Golf Tied For Eighth Place After Day One At Navy Spring Invitational

Loyola's Jeff O'Brien is tied for ninth and five off the lead after Day One of the Navy Invitational.
Loyola's Jeff O'Brien is tied for ninth and five off the lead after Day One of the Navy Invitational.

April 4, 2004

ANNAPOLIS, MD - Loyola's golf team finds itself in a tie for eighth place and twelve off the lead after shooting a team score of plus-18, 302 during Day One of the Navy Spring Invitational, which is being held on the 6,671-yard, par-71 U.S. Naval Academy Golf Club's course.

The Greyhounds are tied with Bucknell while Towson is in the lead after the Tigers shot a plus-six team total of 290.

Greyhound Jeff O'Brien is leading the way for Head Coach Tom Beidleman's crew as he sits in a tie for ninth and five off the lead after his one-over, 72, on Saturday afternoon.

Loyola freshman Will Shriver is tied for 21st after firing a 74 as T.J. Shuart's first round 77 has him in a tie for 45th and Scott Zielinski's score of 78 has him in a tie for 59th at this highly competitive early Spring battle.

Navy's Billy Hurley is the individual leader after his Round One, four-under 67. Methodist and Binghamton are tied for second in the team standings with Johnson & Wales-Florida in fourth place, Navy and Villanova in a tie for fifth, and Columbia in seventh. Loyola is currently ahead of Rider, Princeton, Lehigh, George Washington and Penn among others in the 23-team field.