CAPE CHARLES, Va. -- The Washington and Lee golf team shot a 311 on Monday and remains in sixth place out of eight teams at the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Championships held at the Bay Creek Resort.
Guilford sits in first place with a score of 597 and is followed by Bridgewater (612), Randolph-Macon (613), Hampden-Sydney (614), Roanoke (625), W&L (324-311—635), Lynchburg (642) and Virginia Wesleyan (701).
Noah Ratner of Guilford and Ronnie Fultz of Hampden-Sydney are tied atop the individual standings after each carded scores of 75-72—147.
Senior Tim Gavrich (Avon, Conn./Westminster) and first-year John Torell (Bronxville, N.Y./Brunswick School) are the Generals' top individuals thus far and both are tied for 19th-place. Gavrich has a two-day score of 80-77—157, while Torell has notched a score of 81-76—157.
Junior Wilson Anthony (Fordyce, Ark./Episcopal) is in 23rd-place with an 84-75—159 and first-year Jack Cottrill (Charlotte, N.C./Myers Park) is 28th with a 79-83—162. Senior Tom Bowden (Richmond, Va./Douglas Freeman) is tied for 34th with a two-day total of 86-83—169.
The Generals will compete in the third and final round from Bay Creek on Tuesday.
-- GENERALS --
1. Guilford 303-294—597
2. Bridgewater 319-293—612
3. Randolph-Macon 307-306—613
4. Hampden-Sydney 307-307—614
5. Roanoke 314-311—625
6. Washington and Lee 324-311—635
7. Lynchburg 324-318—642
8. Virginia Wesleyan 355-346—701
T19. Tim Gavrich 80-77—157
T19. John Torell 81-76—157
23. Wilson Anthony 84-75—159
28. Jack Cottrill 79-83—162
T34. Tom Bowden 86-83--169