GLEN ALLEN, Va. – The Washington and Lee golf team carded a two day score of 304-317—621 to finish fifth out of 13 teams at the Ted Keller Invitational hosted by Randolph-Macon at the Hunting Hawk Golf Club over the weekend.
Hampden-Sydney took the event after shooting a score of 293-308—601. Franklin & Marshall finished second (604), followed by Averett (611), Ferrum (620) and W&L (621) in the Top 5.
Individually, F&M's Bobby Suigals was the medalist after shooting a three-under par score of 70-71—141.
For the Generals, sophomore Jack Cottrill (Charlotte, N.C./Myers Park) shot a 73-77—149 (+5) to tie for seventh place. Classmate Jake Struebing (Amherst, N.Y./Amherst Central) finished in a tie for 19th-place with a 75-79—154, while first-year Patrick Clossin (Ooltewah, Tenn./McCallie School) placed in a tie for 26th with a 74-82—156.
Washington and Lee returns to action on Sunday as it participates in the Virginia Intercollegiate at the Nansemond River Golf Club in Suffolk, Va.
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|5||Washington & Lee||304||317||621||+45|
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