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Golf Ties for Fourth at Rain-Shortened GW Invitational

Andrew Gallo's 77 placed fourth in Monday's GW Golf Invitational at Swan Point.
 
Andrew Gallo's 77 placed fourth in Monday's GW Golf Invitational at Swan Point.
 

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):
T-5th Andrew Gallo 37-40 -- 77
T-11th Michael Ball 40-39 -- 79
T-42nd Ameet Patil 42-42 -- 84
T-48th Dan Mirabella 42-43 -- 85
T-53rd Federico Guzman 41-45 -- 86
T-81st Brian Carroll 47-42 -- 89

Final Team Standings:
1. Princeton 309
2. Yale 312
3. Rutgers 325
4. George Washington 327
Wesley 327
6. Iona 328
7. St. Bonaventure 330
8. Lehigh 331
9. Binghamton 332
Bethune-Cookman 332
11. Siena 338
12. Robert Morris 339
13. American 341
14. Canisius 343
15. Central Connecticut St. 347
Lafayette 347
17. Boston College 349
Hofstra 349
19. Mount St. Mary's 351
20. Hampton 375
DNF Bryant DNF
DNF Nassau C.C. DNF

 

 

GW next competes at the Navy Spring Invitational, April. 5-6, at Annapolis, MD.
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