CAPE CHARLES, Va. – The Washington and Lee men's golf team resides in fourth place out of 10 teams following the second round of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Championships held at the Bay Creek Resort.
The Generals carded a second day score of 321 for a two-day score of 322-321—643. Guilford continues to lead the team standings with a score of 305-320—625. Hampden-Sydney is second (320-307—627) and is followed by Randolph-Macon in third (316-324—640). Lynchburg is fifth (316-337—653), followed by Bridgewater (332-323—655), Shenandoah (343-336—679), Eastern Mennonite (354-326—680), Virginia Wesleyan (347-341—688) and Roanoke (348-349—697).
Guilford's Noah Ratner and Sean Gatz of Hampden-Sydney are tied for the individual lead at 154. Ratner has gone 73-81—154 and Gatz has shot 76-78—154.
Sophomore Patrick Clossin (Ooltewah, Tenn. / McCallie School) leads the Generals and is third overall, just one stroke behind Ratner and Gatz with an 82-73—155. His +1 score of 73 on Monday was the best round of the day by three strokes.
First-year Teddy Corcoran (Rochester, N.Y. / Brighton) has posted a 75-84—159 and is tied for seventh, and sophomore Joey Manzinger (Baden, Pa./Sewickley Academy) is tied for 16th with an 84-80—164. Junior Mark Sowinski (Greensboro, N.C. / Bishop McGuinness) and first-year Festus Turlington (Clinton, N.C. / Clinton) round out the Generals in the field. Sowinski has posted an 81-84—165 and is tied for 20th, while Turlington has gone 87-89—176. He is tied for 42nd out of 49 competitors.
Action continues on Tuesday with the third and final round from Bay Creek.