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Golf Places 18th at James Madison Invitational

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Sept. 22, 2002

HARRISONBURG, VA -- GW freshmen Brian Carroll (Crystal Lake, IL/Crystal Lake South) shot a six-over-par 219 (72-76-71) to tie for 35th in the James Madison Invitational Saturday and Sunday in Harrisonburg, VA. GW placed 18th with a team total 891 (295-299-297) at the par-71, 6,496-yard Lakeview Golf Course.

Fellow freshman Andrew Gallo (Toronto, Ontario/Crescent) who was tied with Gallo after two rounds, dropped into a tie at 71st with a third-round 78. Freshman Federico Guzman (Bogota, Colombia/Colegio Nueva Granada) closed out the tournament with a 72 to tie for 52nd.

Penn State totalled a 32-under-par 820 (280-269-271) to win the tournament with the host Dukes of JMU posting a seven-under 845 for second place.

Penn State's Jim Fuller (66-66-65) was the individual winner with a 16-under 197.

GW individual scores (90 total players):
T-35th Brian Carroll 72-76-71 -- 219
T-52nd Federico Guzman 76-73-72 -- 221
T-71st Andrew Gallo 75-73-78 -- 226
T-83rd Brad Friedlander 76-77-76 -- 229
88th Charles Taylor 72-80-81 -- 223

Next up for the Colonials is the Rehoboth Beach Invitational September 30 at Kings Creek Country Club in Rehoboth Beach, DE.

 

 

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