WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- The Washington and Lee men's golf team shot a final round 303 to finish eighth out of 11 teams at the Joe Agee Invitational hosted by the College of William & Mary at The Williamsburg Club on Tuesday.
High Point took the team title with a 287-285-289—861 (+9), while Radford finished second (285-287-290—862) and the host Tribe finished third (286-291-296—873). Delaware was fourth (299-288-302—889) followed by Elon (300-295-301—896), LIU-Brooklyn (299-301-296—896), Longwood (301-296-304—901), W&L (310-303-303—916), St. Joseph's (308-306-305—919), N.C. Central (326-317-322—965) and Hampton (344-333-337—1014).
High Point's Chase Wilson finished as the overall medalist after carding a score of 67-67-72—206 (-7).
Sophomore Patrick Clossin (Ooltewah, Tenn./McCallie School) was the top individual finisher for the Generals, carding a 54-hole score of 73-73-74—220 (+7) to place in a tie for 11th.
First-year Teddy Corcoran (Rochester, N.Y./Brighton) finished in a tie for 29th with a 76-74-78—228, while junior Mark Sowinski (Greensboro, N.C./Bishop McGuinness) posted a score of 79-78-76—233 to tie for 38th overall.
Junior Jake Struebing (Amherst, N.Y. / Amherst Central) and junior Jack Cottrill (Charlotte, N.C. / Myers Park) rounded out the W&L competitors in the field. Struebing placed 42nd with an 82-78-75—235 and Cottrill was 57th with an 83-82-88—253.
Washington and Lee will continue its fall campaign on October 6-7 as it participates in the Randolph-Macon Ted Keller Invitational held at the Hunting Hawk Golf Club.