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Golf Wins Second Straight Rehoboth Beach Invitational

Jack Tyler won his first collegiate tournament Monday at Rehoboth Beach, DE.
 
Jack Tyler won his first collegiate tournament Monday at Rehoboth Beach, DE.
 

Sept. 27, 2004

REHOBOTH BEACH, DE -- GW sophomore Jack Tyler (right) fired an even-par 144 (75-69) to win the Rehoboth Beach Invitational Monday at the par-72, 6,664-yard Kings Creek Country Club on the Delaware shore. Tyler's performance helped George Washington capture the team title as well with a 596 (308-288) for the 36-hole event.

Tyler and Drexel's Jeffery Michner tied with 144s and a match of cards format was used to determine a single winner. The format consists of comparing the tied players' scores on the No. 1 handicap hole, in this case, the 17th hole. Tyler's score on No. 17 was lower than Michner's and Tyler was awarded the medalist trophy. Tyler shot six-under-par over the final 22 holes to take the lead.

Drexel was six strokes off the pace with a 602, and 16 strokes ahead of GW's B team (618).

GW junior Andrew Gallo was third with a 147 (76-71) out of 56 individuals.

It marked the first tournament victory for Tyler in his brief GW career. He tied for 11th with a 151 in this event last year.

Final Team Standings:
1-George Washington 595
2-Drexel 602
3-George Washington B 618
4-Monmouth 621
5-SUNY-Delhi 626
6-Duquesne 627
7-Youngstown State 628
7-Iona 628
9-Delaware 630
10-Fairfield 639

GW individual scores (56 total golfers):
1st Jack Tyler 75-69 -- 144
3rd Andrew Gallo 76-71 -- 147
T-4th Alvaro Tapia 74-75 -- 149
T-6th Bob Rohr 75-76 -- 151
T-10th Raman Luthra 78-74 -- 152
T-19th Brian Carroll 83-73 -- 156
T-28th Dan Mirabella 83-75 -- 158
T-32nd Danny Brooker 83-76 -- 159
T-37th Tim Johnson 79-81 -- 160
T-46th Brandon Muir 85-80 -- 165

 

 

Next up for the Colonials is the Earl Yestingsmeyer Invitational at Ball State University, a 54-hole tournament on Oct. 4-5, at Delaware Country Club in Muncie, IN.
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