Four!: Men’s golf finishes in fourth at Georgetown Intercollegiate

October 25, 2015

Georgetown Sports Information

The Georgetown men’s golf team finished in fourth place on Tuesday at the Georgetown Intercollegiate tournament, after two days of play. The Hoyas were surpassed by Princeton, University of Rhode Island, and Illinois State, and beat out Richmond, William & Mary, Depaul, Navy, Weber State, Temple, St. Joseph’s, and Brown.

The Georgetown Intercollegiate is the team’s only home tournament, played at The Members Club at Four Streams, a par-71 course in Beallsville, MD.

The team was led by sophomore Cole Berman, sophomore Jack Musgrave, and sophomore Sam Madsen, who finished in a five-way tie for ninth place, each with a score of 6-over par 148. Junior Andrew Rudy shot a 14-over par 156 to tie for 37th place, and freshman Harrison Rhoades shot 15-over par 157 to tie for 41st.

The Hoyas were in fifth place after the first round, but improved second-round showings by Musgrave and Madsen brought the team down to fourth place in the final standings. The team totaled a 31-over par 599, seven strokes behind Princeton (24-over par), four behind URI (27-over par), one behind Illinois State (30-over par), and one ahead of Richmond (32-over par) and William and Mary (32-over par). Princeton was led by junior Quinn Prchal, who shot a combined 140 (2-under par) to tie for first with URI junior Billy Walthouse.

Five Hoyas competed in the individual field. Junior Austin Rendell shot 6-over par 148 to tie for ninth, senior Matthew Moosavian finished with a score of 10-over par 152, tying for 26th.  Freshman Kevin Jackson shot 11-over par 153, to finish 33rd. Freshman Anthony Perrino finished an 18-over par 160, for a tie for 53rd, and senior Raleigh Chapin rounded out the Georgetown group, shooting a 21-over par 163.

The team will finish its season at The Homewood Suites FGCU Invite at The Old Corkscrew Golf Club in Fort Meyers, Florida, on Oct. 26th and 27th.

Alex Lewontin
Award-winning journalist and photographer, apparently. The Voice's former executive news editor.

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Wow! What a well written piece!