GLEN ALLEN, Va. – The Washington and Lee golf team carded an opening round 304 on Saturday and ranks fourth out of 14 teams at the Randolph-Macon Ted Keller Invitational held at the Hunting Hawk Golf Club in Glen Allen, Va.
Hampden-Sydney is the day one leader after shooting a 293. Franklin & Marshall is second with a 296, followed by Averett (299), W&L (304) and Ferrum (307) in the Top 5.
Individually, Averett claims two of the top three golfers, with Kalle Kangas carding a three-under score of 69 to lead the event. Brandon Grogan and Franklin & Marshall's Bobby Suigals are tied for second as each shot 70 (-2).
Leading the way for the Generals is sophomore Jack Cottrill (Charlotte, N.C./Myers Park), who is eighth out of 74 golfers with a 73 (+1). First-year Patrick Closson (Ooltewah, Tenn./McCallie School) is tied for ninth with a 74 (+2), while sophomore Jake Struebing (Amherst, N.Y./Amherst Central) is tied for 14th with a 75 (+3).
Rounding out the W&L contingent on day one was senior Wilson Anthony (Fordyce Ark./Episcopal) and sophomore Mark Sowinski (Greensboro, N.C./Bishop McGuinness). Anthony is tied for 52nd (82) and Sowinski is 67th overall (89).
Action continues from Hunting Hawk on Sunday morning with the second and final round of competition.
|2||Franklin and Marshall||296||+8|
|4||Washington & Lee||304||+16|
|13||Newport News Apprentice||326||+38|
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