GW Golf Wraps Up Hartford Hawk Invitational in Eighth

The George Washington golf team finished the Hartford Hawk Invitational on Tuesday in eighth out of 16 teams.

Sept. 25, 2012

Final Standings

SOUTH KENT, Conn. - The George Washington golf team closed out the final round of the Hartford Hawk Invitational on Tuesday with a third-round score of 18-over par 306 to finish in eighth with a combined tally of 47-over par 911 through 54 holes.

Host Hartford won the 16-team event with a three-round score of 11-over par 875 and fellow Atlantic 10 member Brandon Matthews of Temple claimed medalist honors with a total score of 2-under 214 at the par-72 Bull's Bridge Golf Club.

Boston College and Sacred Heart tied for second with matching scores of 31-over 895 and league member Rhode Island finished fourth with a 33-over 897. Connecticut finished fifth with a combined score of 35-over 899 and Temple finished in sixth with a 39-over 903. Rutgers finished just three strokes ahead of GW with a 44-over 908 to take home seventh place.

Freshman Carlos Pena paced the Colonials for the second day with a 54-hole score of 7-over 223 to tie for 11th after carding a 4-over 148 through his first two rounds.

Junior Graham Lawyer tied for 35th with a three-round score of 15-over 231 and sophomores Jonathan Dresnick and Jack Persons tied for 39th just one stroke behind Lawyer with combined scores of 16-over 232.

GW takes a three-week break before returning to the links at the two-day Donald Ross Intercollegiate in Morganton, N.C. Action at Mimosa Hills Country Club is scheduled for Oct. 15-16.



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