LEXINGTON, Va. -- The Washington and Lee golf team is ranked 24th in the GolfStat Division III fall rankings released on Monday afternoon. The Generals completed the fall season with a 301.7 stroke average over six rounds.
Several W&L individuals are also listed among the nation's best. Senior Kyle Ulep (Annapolis, Md./St. Mary's) ranks third in fairways hit (.732) and fourth in putts on the green (1.88). Junior Chip Campbell (Memphis, Tenn./Memphis University School) ranks seventh in putts on the green (1.89) and eighth in greens in regulation (.574), while senior Curtis Bethea (New Orleans, La./Metairie Park Country Day) ranks seventh in fairways hit (.667).
Campbell completed the fall season with a team-leading 73.5 stroke average, while Ulep posted a 74.0 stroke average. Bethea claimed an 80.0 stroke average for the fall.
Washington and Lee will begin its spring season on Feb. 24-26 as it competes in the Pfeiffer University Pine Needles Invitational in Southern Pines, N.C.
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