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Golf Places Ninth at Andrea Brotto Classic

Brian Carroll tied for fourth out of 60 golfers over the weekend.
Brian Carroll tied for fourth out of 60 golfers over the weekend.

April 24, 2004


CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA -- GW sophomore Brian Carroll fired an even-par 216 (71-71-73) to pace the Colonials at the 54-hole Andrea Brotto Classic Friday and Saturday at the par-72, 6,875-yard Birdwood Golf Course in Charlottesville, VA. GW shot a team total 905 and placed ninth in the 11-team tournament hosted by the University of Virginia. The University of North Carolina-Wilmington won the tournament with a six-over-par total 870 (287-290-293).

Italy's Andrea Signor won the tournament with a three-under 213 (68-71-74) after defeating North Carolina's Dustin Bray in the first hole of a sudden-death playoff. Furman's T.J. Blandford was one stroke off the pace with a 214 (72-67-75) including a second-round 67, the low round of the tournament.

GW now prepares for the Atlantic 10 Championship, this Friday-Sunday, at Middletown, RI.

Colonials Individual scores:
T-4th Brian Carroll 216 (72-71-73)
T-25th Dan Mirabella 226 (78-71-77)
T-40th Andrew Gallo 231 (78-76-77)
T-43rd Raman Luthra 233 (77-75-81)
T-52nd Jack Tyler 239 (81-78-80)

Final Team Standings:
1-UNC-Wilmington 870
2-Furman 871
3-North Carolina 876
4-Virginia 883
5-Italian National Team 885
6-Liberty 900
7-James Madison 903
8-Maryland 904
9-George Washington 905
10-Richmond 921
11-Texas Pan American 949



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