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Golf Places Fourth at Inclement Rehoboth Beach Spring Invitational

Dan Mirabella was the low Colonial in the Rehoboth Beach Spring Invitational Monday.
 
Dan Mirabella was the low Colonial in the Rehoboth Beach Spring Invitational Monday.
 

April 12, 2004

BETHANY BEACH, DE - GW sophomore Dan Mirabella (Ann Arbor, MI/Saline) shot a three-over-par 75 (38-37) to tie for sixth in the abbreviated Rehoboth Beach Spring Invitational Monday at the par-72, 6,834-yard Bear Trap Dunes Golf Course on the Delaware shore. GW placed fourth in the 13-team field with a team total 310, 15 strokes behind tournament champion Maryland (295).

High winds, rain and cold temperatures made for nearly unplayable conditions. The tournament, originally scheduled as a one-day, 36-hole event, was cut short following completion of the morning round by mutual agreement of the participants.

Maryland's John Eades carded an even-par 72 (36-36) to win the medalist honors, one stroke better than Columbia's Ali Haji (36-37-73). GW freshman Jack Tyler (Novi, MI/Novi) fired a 76 (36-40) to tie for 12th out of 71 individuals. Both Raman Luthra (East Amherst, NY/Nichols) and Andrew Gallo (Thornhill, Ontario/Crescent) were a stroke behind Tyler, each with 77s.

Next up for the Colonials is the Andrea Brotto Cavalier Classic, April 23-24, at Birdwood Golf Club in Charlottesville, VA.

GW individual scores (71 total players):
T-6th Dan Mirabella 83-37 - 75
T-12th Jack Tyler 36-40 - 76
T-16th Raman Luthra 38-39 - 77
T-16th Andrew Gallo 38-39 - 77
T-21st Chalres Taylor 41-37 - 78
T-39th Brian Carroll 38-44 - 82
T-39th Federico Guzman 43-39 - 82
T-39th Stuart Healey 42-40 - 82
T-51st Brandon Muir 45-39 - 84

 

 

Final Team Standings
1-Maryland 295
2-Army 305
3- Columbia 306
4-George Washington 310
5-Bucknell 312
6-Iona 317
7-Monmouth 319
8-Long Island 320
9-Colgate 323
10-Mount St. Mary's 326
11-St. Peter's 334
12-La Salle 338
13-Manhattan 340
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