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Golf Places Seventh at James Madison Invitational

Jack Tyler tied for ninth at the JMU Invitational Sunday and Monday.
Jack Tyler tied for ninth at the JMU Invitational Sunday and Monday.

Sept. 22, 2003

HARRISONBURG, VA - GW freshman Jack Tyler (Novi, MI/Novi H.S.) shot an even-par 213 (73-68-72) to tie for ninth in the 30th annual James Madison Invitational Sunday and Monday in Harrisonburg, VA. GW placed seventh with an 863 (296-281-286) after totalling a team-record 281 in the second round at the par-71, 6,496-yard Lakeview Golf Course. GW improved from 18th place at the same event last year. This year's event was moved back a day due to Hurricane Isabel.

Georgetown University defeated James Madison by one stroke to win the tournament. Junior Brent Pittman of Rutgers won the individual crown carding a 69-69-66-204.

Sophomore Andrew Gallo (Toronto, Ontario/Crescent) tied for 22nd with a four-over-par 217. Junior Brandon Muir (Tucson, AZ/Canyon del Oro) closed out the tournament with a 70 to tie for 35th.

GW individual scores (85 total players):
T-9th Jack Tyler 73-68-72 - 213
T-22nd Andrew Gallo 72-70-75 - 217
T-35th Brandon Muir 78-71-70 - 219
T-42nd Dan Mirabella 76-75-69 - 220
T-49th Federico Guzman 75-72-75 - 222

Next up for the Colonials is the Rehoboth Beach Fall Invitational September 29 at Kings Creek Country Club in Rehoboth Beach, DE.



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