W&L Golf Resides in Eighth Place at the W&M Joe Agee Invite
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – The Washington and Lee men's golf team resides in eighth place out of 11 teams following 36 holes on Monday at the Joe Agee Invitational hosted by the College of William & Mary at The Williamsburg Club.
High Point and Radford are currently tied for the lead after the opening two rounds. High Point shot 287-285—572, while Radford carded 285-287—572. The host Tribe is third (286-291—577), followed by Delaware (299-288—587), Elon (300-295—595), Longwood (301-296—597), LIU-Brooklyn (299-301—600), W&L (310-303—613), St, Joseph's (308-306—614), North Carolina Central (326-317—643) and Hampton (344-333—677).
Individually, High Point's Chase Wilson and Radford's Callum Tarren are tied atop the leaderboard, with both carding a two-round score of 134 (-8).
Sophomore Patrick Clossin (Ooltewah, Tenn./McCallie School) leads the Generals with a score of 73-73—146 (+4) that is tied for 10th overall. First-year Teddy Corcoran (Rochester, N.Y./Brighton) is tied for 25th after posting a score of 76-74—150 (+8), while junior Mark Sowinski (Greensboro, N.C./Bishop McGuinness) is 40th with a score of 79-78—157.
Junior Jake Struebing (Amherst, N.Y. / Amherst Central) and junior Jack Cottrill (Charlotte, N.C. / Myers Park) round out the Generals in the field. Struebing carded 82-78—160 (T46th) and Cottrill posted an 83-82—165 to tie for 53rd overall.
Action from The Williamsburg Club continues on Tuesday with the round round of the 54-hole tournament.