The George Washington University: Men's Golf

Golf Places Fourth at Inclement Rehoboth Beach Spring Invitational

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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