Golf Places Ninth at Andrea Brotto Classic

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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