Golf at NCAA Championships

BRASELTON, Ga. -- The Washington and Lee golf team carded a final round score of 308 and finished 16th out of 35 teams at the NCAA Division III Golf Championships held at the Chateau Elan Resort in Braselton, Ga., on Friday morning. 

The Generals were one of the first teams to tee off for the final round and completed the four-day event with a score of 323-315-294-308--1240 (+104) for a final 16th-place finish.  St. John's University placed first with a score of 314-291-296-291--1192 (+56). 

Individually, senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller) finished his championship with an eight-over score of 73-74-72-73--292, which tied him for third with Wesley's Will Scarborough, who also completed the championship with an eight-over score of 72-71-77-72--292. 

W&L SCORES:
T3.  Nathaniel James, 73-74-72-73--292 (+8)
T70.  Brad Watts, 82-81-73-77--313 (+29)
T87.  Joe Gibson, 80-79-77-81--317 (+33)
T106.  Tim Gavrich, 91-81-73-78--323 (+39)
T110.  Matt Langan, 88-83-76-80--327 (+43)

Golf at NCAA Championships

BRASELTON, Ga. -- The Washington and Lee golf team carded the third-best score of the third round to climb into 15th place at the NCAA Division III Golf Championships held at the Chateau Elan Resort in Braselton, Ga.

The Generals shot a 294 in Thursday's third round, just three strokes behind Methodist (291) for the top round of the day.  W&L, who made the cut to the final 22 teams competing for the championship, now resides in 15th place overall with a three-day score of 323-315-294--932 (+80).  St. John Fisher remains the team leader with a score of 302-294-297--893 (+41).

Senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller) continues to lead W&L after posting a third-round score of 72 (+1).  He has climbed to third place overall with a score of 73-74-72--219 (+6), just nine strokes behind leader Scott Harris of St. John Fisher.  Harris enters the final round with a score of 68-71-71--210 (-3).

The Generals will finish play on Friday morning with the final round of the championship event.

W&L SCORES:
3. Nathaniel James, 73-74-72--219
T72. Joe Gibson, 80-79-77--236
T72. Brad Watts, 82-81-73--236
T108. Tim Gavrich, 91-81-73--245
111. Matt Langan, 88-83-76--247

Golf at NCAA Championships

BRASELTON, Ga. -- The Washington and Lee golf team carded a second-round score of 315 (+31) and is in 22nd place out of 35 teams at the NCAA Division III Golf Championships held at the Chateau Elan Resort in Braselton, Ga., on Wednesday.

The Generals have a two-day score of 323-315--638 (+70) and trail team leader St. John Fisher by 42 strokes.  Individually, senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller) leads the Generals and is tied for sixth overall out of 180 competitors after posting a two-day score of 73-74--147 (+5). James trails individual leader Scott Harris of St. John Fisher (68-71--139, -3) by eight strokes.

The Generals return to action on Thursday morning with the third round of the four-day championship event.

W&L SCORES:
T6. Nathaniel James, 73-74--147
T76. Joe Gibson, 80-79--159
T108. Brad Watts, 82-81--163
T146. Matt Langan, 88-83--171
T150. Tim Gavrich, 91-81--172

Golf at NCAA Championships

BRASELTON, Ga. -- The Washington and Lee golf team carded an opening round score of 323 (+39) and is tied for 22nd out of 35 teams at the NCAA Division III Golf Championships held at the Chateau Elan Resort in Braselton, Ga., on Tuesday.

The Generals trail leader La Verne by 33 strokes and are being led by senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller), who is tied for ninth out of 180 competitors after firing a two-over par score of 73.  James trails individual leader Scott Harris of St. John Fisher (68, -3) by five strokes.

The Generals return to action on Wednesday morning with the second round of the four-day championship event.

W&L SCORES:
T9. Nathaniel James, 73
T77. Joe Gibson, 80
T99. Brad Watts, 82
T156. Matt Langan, 88
T171. Tim Gavrich, 91

Golf at ODAC Championships

AMHERST, Va. -- The Washington and Lee golf team claimed its 10th Old Dominion Athletic Conference Championship and its first since 1999 after shooting a 313 in the final round on Monday at the Poplar Grove Golf Club in Amherst, Va.

The Generals carded a three-day score of 302-294-313--909 to finish 10 strokes better than the second place team, Guilford (321-303-295--919).  Hampden-Sydney finished in third place with a 310-318-301--929 and was followed by Randolph-Macon (323-305-319-947), Lynchburg (330-308-310--948), Roanoke (320-314-316--950), Bridgewater (325-314-313--952), Virginia Wesleyan (330-328-317--975) and Emory & Henry (394-363-387--1144).

Senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller) finished as the individual medalist to earn First Team All-ODAC and ODAC Player of the Year honors.  The 2008 ODAC Golf Scholar-Athlete of the Year as well, James completed the tournament with a score of 75-70-77-222 (+6).  He was joined on the all-tournament team by sophomore Brad Watts (Sewickley, Pa./Sewickley Academy), who tied for second with a score of 76-72-76--224 (+8).

Sophomore Matt Langan (Prospect, Ky./Trinity) shot a 75-76-78--229, sophomore Joe Gibson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) carded a 76-76-82--234 and was named Honorable Mention All-ODAC, while freshman Tim Gavrich (Avon, Conn./Westminster) shot a 79-78-83--240.

Ninth-year Head Coach Gavin Colliton was named the ODAC Coach of the Year after guiding the Generals to the league title and accompanying automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament, W&L's first tournament berth since 1991.

The 2008 NCAA Division III Championship will be held at the Chateau Elan Resort in Braselton, Ga., on May 13-16.

Golf at ODAC Championships

AMHERST, Va. -- The Washington and Lee golf team leads following the second round of action at the three-day Old Dominion Athletic Conference Championship held at the Poplar Grove Golf Club in Amherst, Va., on Sunday.

The Generals fired a second round score of 294 and claim a two-day score of 302-294--596.  Guilford is in second place with a 321-303--624, followed by Hampden-Sydney (310-318--628), Randolph-Macon (323-305--628), Roanoke (320-314--634), Lynchburg (330-308--638), Bridgewater (325-314--639), Virginia Wesleyan (330-328--658) and Emory & Henry (394-363--757).

Individually, senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller) leads the tournament with a 75-70--145 (+1).  He is one stroke ahead of Ralston King of Randolph-Macon (72-74--146) heading into the final round.  Sophomore Brad Watts (Sewickley, Pa./Sewickley Academy) is third overall with a 76-72--148 (+4), while sophomore Matt Langan (Prospect, Ky./Trinity) is tied for fifth overall, carding a 75-76--151 (+7).

Final round action continues on Monday morning.  The winner of the ODAC title will also receive the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

W&L SCORES:
Nathaniel James 75-70--145
Brad Watts 76-72--148
Matt Langan 75-76--151
Joe Gibson 76-76--152
Tim Gavrich 79-78--157

Golf at ODAC Championships

AMHERST, Va. -- The Washington and Lee golf team resides in first place out of nine teams following the first day of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Championships held at the Poplar Grove Golf Club in Amherst, Va.

The Generals carded an opening round 302 and lead the second place team, Hampden-Sydney (310) by eight strokes.  Roanoke is in third (320), followed by Guilford (321), Randolph-Macon (323), Bridgewater (325), Virginia Wesleyan (330), Lynchburg (330) and Emory & Henry (394).

Individually for the Generals, senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller) and sophomore Matt Langan (Prospect, Ky./Trinity) both fired a three over par score of 75 to lead the way.

Action continues on Sunday afternoon with the second of three rounds for the championship title.

W&L SCORES:
Nathaniel James 75
Matt Langan 75
Joe Gibson 76
Brad Watts 76
Tim Gavrich 79

W&L Buck Leslie Invitational

LEXINGTON, Va. -- The Washington and Lee Blue team shot a 293-291--584 to place second out of seven teams as it hosted the Buck Leslie Invitational on Monday at the Lexington Golf & Country Club.

The Generals' top squad finished just three strokes behind team champion, Longwood College, who carded a 286-295--581.  Bridgewater finished third with a score of 308-300--608 and was followed by Lynchburg (309-303--612), the W&L White team (319-313--632), Southern Virginia (373-380--753) and Emory & Henry (424-415--839).

Individually, senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller) was the medalist with a score of 69-70--139 (-3).  Sophomore Matt Langan (Prospect, Ky./Trinity) also finished in the Top 5 with a 74-72--146.

The Generals return to action on Saturday as they begin competition for the 2008 Old Dominion Athletic Conference Championship at Poplar Grove Golf Course in Amherst, Va.

Golf at Marine Federal Credit Union Intercollegiate

CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. -- The Washington and Lee golf team finished in a tie for 11th place out of 32 teams at the Marine Federal Credit Union Intercollegiate held at the Paradise Point Golf Course in Camp Lejeune, N.C.

The Generals shot a 283-304-320--907 and finished 48 strokes behind team champion Methodist, who carded a 289-265-305--859. The Monarchs were followed by Barry (883), Oglethorpe (889), Savannah College of Art & Design (889), Ohio Wesleyan (890), Fayetteville State (892), Guilford (311), Shorter (312), Webber International (312), Thomas (901), Bridgewater (907) and W&L (907).

Individually, the Generals were led by senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller), who carded a 69-74-77--220 to finish in a tie for 11th place.

The Generals return to action on Mon., Apr. 14 as they host the Buck Leslie Invitational.

W&L SCORES:
Nathaniel James 69-74-77--220
Matt Langan 72-74-83--229
Tim Gavrich 71-77-82--230
Joe Gibson 71-79-80--230
Brad Watts 76-84-81--241

Golf at Marine Federal Credit Union Intercollegiate

CAMP LAJEUNE, N.C. -- The Washington and Lee golf team was in action on Saturday in the second day of the Marine Federal Credit Union Intercollegiate held at Camp Lajeune.  The Generals fired a second round 304 (283-304--587) on the tougher Gold Course (Par 72). Team placing information was unavailable.

Individually for the Generals, senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller) is leading the way with a score of 69-74--143.

Final round action continues on Sunday from Camp Lejeune.

W&L SCORES:
Nathaniel James 69-74--143
Matt Langan 72-74--146
Tim Gavrich 71-77--148
Joe Gibson 71-79--150
Brad Watts 76-84--160

Golf at Marine Federal Credit Union Intercollegiate

CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. -- The Washington and Lee golf team shot an opening round 283 (+3) on the Scarlet Course at the Marine Federal Credit Union Intercollegiate on Friday afternoon at Camp Lejeune.  After playing the easier, par 70 Scarlet Course on Friday, the Generals are tied for seventh place out of 32 teams.

Barry University leads the way with a 270 on the Scarlet Course, while Savannah Art & Design shot a 275.  Webber International shot a 278, followed by the Camp Lejeuene #2 (281), Bridgewater (282), Thomas (282), California of Pennsylvania (283) and W&L (283).

Individually, senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller) is leading the team with a one under par score of 69.

Action continues on Saturday as W&L will play the Gold Course.

W&L SCORES:
Nathaniel James 69
Joe Gibson 71
Tim Gavrich 71
Matt Langan 72
Brad Watts 76

Golf at Jekyll Island Collegiate

JEKYLL ISLAND, Ga. -- The Washington and Lee golf team finished in ninth place out of 26 teams at the Jekyll Island Collegiate Invitational held in Jekyll Island, Ga.

The Generals finished with a 300-301-312--913 and Methodist claimed the team title with a three-day score of 871.  The Top 10 also included Huntingdon (886), Oglethorpe (899), Illinois Wesleyan (901), LaGrange (906), Emory (909), St. John Fisher (909), Centre (910), W&L (913) and Hampden-Sydney (919).

Individually, senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller) finished in third place with a score of 70-71-76--217.

The Generals return to action on Friday as they participate in the three-day Marine Federal Credit Union Intercollegiate held in Camp Lejeune, N.C.

W&L INDIVIDUAL SCORES:
T3. Nathaniel James 70-71-76--217
T40. Brad Watts 74-76-79--229
T70. Joe Gibson 78-78-80--236
T75. Matt Langan 78-82-77--237
T120. Steven Spivey 82-76-89--247

Golf at Jekyll Island Collegiate

JEKYLL ISLAND, Ga. -- The Washington and Lee golf team currently resides in sixth place out of 26 teams following the second round at the three-day Jekyll Island Collegiate Invitational held in Jekyll Island, Ga.

The Generals have a two-day score of 300-301--601 and trail team leader Methodist by 21 strokes.  The Monarchs are at 580 and are followed by Oglethorpe (592), LaGrange (594), Huntingdon (596), Illinois Wesleyan (600), W&L (601), Emory (605) and Averett (607).

Individually, senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller) is in second place with a score of 70-71--141.  Other W&L individual scores were unavailable.

Final round action continues on Sunday from Jeykll Island, Ga.

Golf at Jekyll Island Collegiate

JEKYLL ISLAND, Ga. -- The Washington and Lee golf team currently resides in fourth place out of 26 teams following the first round at the three-day Jekyll Island Collegiate Invitational held in Jekyll Island, Ga.

The Generals fired an opening round 300 and trail overall leader Methodist College by just five strokes.  The Monarchs shot a 295 and are followed by Huntingdon (298), Illinois Wesleyan (299), W&L (300) and Oglethorpe (301).

Individually, senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller) is in first place after carding a two under par score of 70.  Also for W&L, sophomore Brad Watts (Sewickley, Pa./Sewickley Academy) shot a 74, freshman Matt Langan (Prospect, Ky./Trinity) and sophomore Joe Gibson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) notched a 78 and senior Steven Spivey (Martinsville, Va./Martinsville) fired an 82.

Action continues on Saturday morning from Jekyll Island.

Golf at Callaway Collegiate Invitational

PINE MOUNTAIN, Ga. -- The Washington and Lee golf team finished tied for seventh out of 16 teams at the Callaway Collegiate Invitational held at the Callaway Gardens Golf Club in Pine Mountain, Ga., on Monday and Tuesday.

The Generals shot a 316-304--620 and were led by senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller), who shot a 76-76--152.  Senior Steven Spivey (Martinsville, Va./Martinsville) carded a 79-75--154, while sophomore Matt Langan (Prospect, Ky./Trinity) shot an 80-75--155.  Sophomore Joe Gibson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) fired an 83-78--161 and freshman Tim Gavrich (Avon, Conn./ Westminster) shot an 81-80--161.

W&L returns to action on March 21-22 as it competes in the Jekyll Island Intercollegiate in Jekyll Island, Ga.

Golf at Callaway Collegiate Invitational

PINE MOUNTAIN, Ga. -- The Washington and Lee golf team currently resides in seventh place out of 16 teams following the first day of competition at the Callaway Collegiate Invitational held at the Callaway Gardens Golf Club in Pine Mountain, Ga.

The Generals shot an opening round 316 and trail individual leader University of Texas-Tyler by 15 strokes.  Emory is in second with a 308, followed by Methodist (310), Dardon Community College (311), Texas Lutheran (313) and LaGrange (313).

Individually, W&L is paced by senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller), who shot an opening round 76.  Senior Steven Spivey (Martinsville, Va./Martinsville) carded a 79.  Sophomore Matt Langan (Prospect, Ky./Trinity) shot an 80, while freshman Tim Gavrich (Avon, Conn./ Westminster) and sophomore Joe Gibson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) shot 81 and 83, respectively.

Action continues on Tuesday with the final round from Callaway Gardens.

Golf at Oglethorpe/Royal Lakes Fall Classic

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. – The Washington and Lee golf team finished in sixth place out of 12 teams at the Oglethorpe/Royal Lakes Fall Classic held at the Royal Lakes Golf Club in Flowery Branch, Ga., on Monday and Tuesday.

The Generals carded a two-day score of 290-305—595 and trailed team champion Guilford by 25 strokes (292-278—570). Oglethorpe finished second with a 285-287—572 and was followed by Methodist in third (286-296—582), Huntingdon in fourth (296-287—583) and LaGrange in fifth (293-299—592).

Individually, W&L was led by senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller), who tied for seventh place with a three-over par score of 72-73—145. Guilford freshman Jonathan Wade was the medallist, finishing with a 72-65—137.

Freshman Tim Gavrich (Avon, Conn./Westminster) shot a 69-78—147, while sophomore Joe Gibson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) fired a two-day score of 73-78—151. Sophomore Brad Watts (Sewickley, Pa./Sewickley Academy) and junior Andrew Green (Birmingham, Ala./Mountain Brook) both tallied scores of 157. Watts shot an 81-76—157, while Green notched a 76-81—157.

Washington and Lee will now break for the winter, before resuming its schedule on March 3-4 at the Calloway Collegiate Invitational.

Golf at Oglethorpe/Royal Lakes Fall Classic

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- The Washington and Lee golf team is in third place out of 12 teams following the first round of action at the Oglethorpe/Royal Lakes Fall Classic held at the Royal Lakes Golf Club in Flowery Branch, Ga., on Monday afternoon.

The Generals shot a 290 and trail only second-ranked Oglethorpe (285) and top-ranked Methodist (286). Guilford (292) and LaGrange (293) round out the Top 5 teams following day one.

Individually, freshman Tim Gavrich (Avon, Conn./Westminster) is tied for second overall with a two-under par score of 69. He is one stroke behind leader Hap Kaufold of Oglethorpe and tied with Jeremy Evans of Emory.

Senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller) posted a 72, while sophomore Joe Gibson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) tallied a 73. Junior Andrew Green (Birmingham, Ala./Mountain Brook) carded a 76 and sophomore Brad Watts (Sewickley, Pa./Sewickley Academy) rounded out the Generals’ scores with an 81.

Action continues Tuesday morning with the second and final round from the Royal Lakes Golf Club.

Golf at Guilford Tom O'Briant Memorial

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The Washington and Lee golf team finished in a fourth-place tie out of 18 teams at the Guilford Tom O’Briant Invitational held at the Greensboro Country Club Farm Course in Greensboro, N.C.

The Generals shot a 288-306--594 and finished tied with Emory (594), Hampden-Sydney (594) and UNC-Greensboro (594). Oglethorpe finished as the team champion with a total of 579 and was followed by UNC-Chapel Hill’s “B” Team (586) in second place and Methodist (590) in third place.

Individually for W&L, senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller) finished as the medalist with a seven-under-par score of 68-67--135. James’ total was five strokes better than the second-place finisher, Jeremy Evans of Emory (70-70-140).

Sophomore Joe Gibson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) carded a score of 72-76--148, while sophomore Brad Watts (Sewickley, Pa./Sewickley Academy) notched a 73-84--157. Senior Steven Spivey (Martinsville, Va./Martinsville) fired a 75-83--158 and sophomore Kevin Trempe (Springfield, Ohio/Catholic Central) rounded out the Generals’ individuals with an 86-80--166.

The Generals return to action on Saturday as they take part in the two-day University of Pennsylvania Big Five Classic held at the Philadelphia Cricket Club.

Golf at Guilford Tom O'Briant Memorial

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The Washington and Lee golf team is tied for first place out of 18 teams following the opening day of the Guilford Tom O’Briant Invitational held at the Greensboro Country Club Farm Course in Greensboro, N.C.

The Generals fired an opening-round score of 288 (+4) and are tied for the top spot with Oglethorpe. Methodist (289), UNC-Chapel Hill’s “B” Team (293), Wesley (298), Randolph-Macon (298) and Hampden-Sydney (298) rounded out the top five.

Individually for W&L, senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller) carded an opening round score of 68 (-3) and is tied for first place with Ryan Holler of North Carolina.

Sophomore Joe Gibson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) shot a 72, sophomore Brad Watts (Sewickley, Pa./Sewickley Academy) notched a 73, senior Steven Spivey (Martinsville, Va./Martinsville) fired a 75 and sophomore Kevin Trempe (Springfield, Ohio/Catholic Central) registered an 86.

The Generals return to action on Tuesday with the second and final round of the Guilford Tom O’Briant Invitational.

Golf at Greensboro Invitational

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The Washington and Lee golf team finished ninth out of 18 teams at the Greensboro Invitational held at the Bryan Park Golf Course in Greensboro, N.C., on Monday and Tuesday.

The Generals carded a two-day score of 307-311--618 to finish 39 strokes behind team champion, Methodist College (289-290--579). Guilford finished second with a 298-296--594, followed by Oglethorpe (296-299--595), Huntingdon (300-301--601), Washington & Jefferson (300-313--613), Emory (304-310--614), LaGrange (304-310--614), Randolph-Macon (298-318--616), W&L and Averett (311-308--619).

Nick Bolva of Methodist finished as the individual medalist with a nine-under par score of 69-66--135.

Senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller) tied for eighth overall with a three-over score of 74-73--147. Also for Washington and Lee, sophomore Brad Watts (Sewickley, Pa./Sewickley Academy) carded a score of 79-74--153, senior Steven Spivey (Martinsville, Va./Martinsville) shot a 77-80--158, junior Andrew Green (Birmingham, Ala. / Mountain Brook) shot a 77-84--161 and freshman Tim Gavrich (Avon, Conn./Westminster) notched a score of 79-85--164.

The Generals return to action on Monday as they participate in the Guilford Tom O’Briant Invitational held at the Greensboro Country Club Farm Course in Greensboro, N.C.

Golf at Greensboro Invitational

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The Washington and Lee golf team is in ninth place out of 18 teams after the first round of play at the Greensboro Invitational held at the Bryan Park Golf Course in Greensboro, N.C.

The Generals fired an opening round 307 and trail team leader Methodist College by 18 strokes.  Oglethorpe is second with a score of 296, followed by Randolph-Macon (298), Guilford (298), Washington & Jefferson (300), Huntingdon (300), Emory (304), LaGrange (304), W&L (307) and Lynchburg (308).

Individually, W&L was led in round one by senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller), who is tied for 11th place with a two-over par score of 74.  Nick Bolva of Methodist and Josh Cumming of Greensboro are tied for the lead with an opening round 69.

Action continues on Tuesday morning with the second and final round.

Golf at Randolph-Macon Invitational

GLEN ALLEN, Va. -- The Washington and Lee golf team finished third out of 12 teams at the Randolph-Macon Ted Keller Invitational held at the Hunting Hawk Golf Club in Glen Allen, Va., on Saturday and Sunday.  The Generals carded a second round score of 313 to finish with a two-day score of 301-313--614.

Hampden-Sydney claimed the team championship with a score of 305-292--597.  Wesley (305-306--611), W&L, Randolph-Macon (308-308--616) and Bridgewater (304-313--617) rounded out the top five teams.

Individually for W&L, senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller) tied for second overall with a score of 72-73--145.  James trailed medalist Zach Wehrman of Randolph-Macon by just one stroke.

Senior Steven Spivey (Martinsville, Va./Martinsville) tied for ninth with a 74-77--151, while freshman Tim Gavrich (Avon, Conn./Westminster) finished tied for 15th with a 76-78--154.  Junior Beau Allen (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) and sophomore Joe Gibson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) rounded out the Generals individuals with scores of 79-85--164 and 82-85--167, respectively.  Allen tied for 50th, while Gibson tied for 52nd place.

The Generals return to action on October 1 when they begin play at the Greensboro Invitational.

Golf at Randolph-Macon Invitational

GLEN ALLEN, Va. -- The Washington and Lee golf team opened its 2007-08 season by participating in the Randolph-Macon Ted Keller Invitational held at the Hunting Hawk Golf Club in Glen Allen, Va.  After the first of two rounds, the Generals are in first place out of 12 schools with a score of 301.

Individually, the Generals are being led by senior Nathaniel James (Keller, Texas/Keller), who is in second place after firing an opening round score of one-over-par 72.  James trails leader Michael Rushin of Wesley by two strokes.

Also for the Generals, senior Steven Spivey (Martinsville, Va./Martinsville) is tied for third with a 74, while freshman Tim Gavrich (Avon, Conn./Westminster) fired a 76.  Junior Beau Allen (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) and sophomore Joe Gibson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) rounded out the Generals individuals with rounds of 79 and 82, respectively.

The Generals are followed closely by Bridgewater (304), Hampden-Sydney (305), Wesley (305) and Randolph-Macon (308).