Golf Ties for Fourth at Rain-Shortened GW Invitational
Gallo's 74 Leads Colonials to Tie for Fourth Place
March 31, 2003
ISSUE, MD - The GW golf team shot a combined 327 to tie Wesley College for fourth place in the abbreviated GW Golf Invitational at the par-72, 6,761-yard Swan Point Country Club in Issue, MD. Princeton won the tournament with a total 309 followed by Yale with a 312. The 20-team tournament was scheduled for two rounds but Sunday's first round was washed out by rain and snow. On Monday, Yale's Neel Williams won the tournament with a one-over-par 73 (38-35) followed by Bethune-Cookman's Luke Miller who carded a 74 (37-37).
GW freshman Andrew Gallo (Thornhill, Ontario/The Crescent) was the low Colonial with a 77 (37-40) which tied him for fifth out of 108 individuals. Colonials senior Michael Ball (Potomac, MD/Churchill) was six strokes off the pace with a 79 (40-39) to tie for 11th place.
Colonials' individual scores (108 total golfers):
Final Team Standings:
GW next competes at the Navy Spring Invitational, April. 5-6, at Annapolis, MD.