George Washington golf freshman Michael Helton is tied for 50th with a 10-over 154.
Oct. 22, 2012
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POWELLS POINT, N.C. – The George Washington golf team is in 18th place with a combined score of 59-over par 635 through 36 holes of the three-day 33rd annual Old Dominion/Outer Banks Collegiate Invitational at the par-72, 6,535-yard Kilmarlic Golf Club.
Georgia Southern – which is ranked No. 56 in the country by Golfstat – continues to lead the 18-team field with a two-round score of 1-over 577, and Radford is in second with a 6-over 582. Host Old Dominion sits one stroke behind the Highlanders in third with a 7-over 583 and Atlantic 10 foes Richmond and VCU are tied for fourth with scores of 10-over 586. Elon (13-over 589), George Mason (14-over 590) and Delaware (25-over 601) sit in sixth, seventh and eighth, respectively.
No. 92 Hartford (28-over 604) is in ninth, followed by James Madison (33-over 609) in 10th, Longwood (36-over 612) in 11th, A-10 member St. Bonaventure (38-over 614) in 12th and Drexel (41-over 617) in 13th. Marshall (43-over 619) is in 14th, Loyola (Md.) (44-over 620) is 15th, Hofstra (45-over 621) is 16th and Drake (51-over 627) is 17th.
Radford’s Weston Eklund and Georgia Southern’s Scott Wolfes are tied for medalist honors out of 94 golfers with two-round scores of 7-under 137. Sophomore Jack Persons leads the Colonials in a tie for 45th through 36 holes with a score of 9-over 153 after carding a 5-over 77 in Round 2. Freshman Michael Helton shot a 7-over 79 in the second round and is tied for 50th with a 10-over 154.
Junior Graham Lawyer
is tied for 77th after shooting a 9-over 81 on Monday for a two-round score of 17-over 161. Freshman Steve Piela
is tied for 89th with a 36-hole score of 23-over 167 after shooting a 12-over 84 in Round 2.
The Colonials return to the links for the final round of the Old Dominion/Outer Banks Invitational on Tuesday morning. Fans can follow live stats as well as @GW_Golf on Twitter for periodic updates.