GW Golf in Sixth After 36 Holes at Triumph at Pauma Valley
Sophomore Jack Persons Paces Colonials and is Tied for 10th
March 12, 2013
PAUMA VALLEY, Calif. – After one day and 36 holes of competition the George Washington golf team is in sixth place at the Triumph at Pauma Valley with a two-round score of 50-over par 618.
Host San Francisco leads the nine-team field with a combined score of 4-over 572 at the par-71, 7,077-yard Pauma Valley Country Club. BYU follows in second with an 8-over 576 and UC Riverside is in third with a 35-over 603. British Columbia is in fourth with a 36-hole score of 37-over 605 and Bowling Green is in fifth with a 40-over 608. Sitting behind GW are Manitoba and Dominican (Ca.) in a tie for seventh with a 60-over 628 and Army in ninth with a 66-over 634.
Sophomore Jack Persons paces the Colonials as he is currently in a tie for 10th place after shooting a 1-over 72 through Round 1 and a 4-over 75 through Round 2 for a combined 36-hole score of 5-over 147.
Freshman Steve Piela fired a 2-over 73 and an 8-over 79 for a combined score of 10-over 152 to tie for 18th through Day 1. Sophomore Jonathan Dresnick and junior Graham Lawyer sit one stroke apart and are tied for 36th and 39thplaces, respectively. Dresnick shot a 9-over 80 and an 8-over 79 to card a 17-over 159, while Lawyer shot a 7-over 78 and an 11-over 82 for a two-round score of 18-over 160.
GW returns to the Triumph at Pauma Valley for the final 18 holes of action on Tuesday.