Golfers Still Tied for Sixth at CAA Championship
April 20, 2002
Glen Allen, VA-The Old Dominion golf team is still currently in sixth place at the 2002 Colonial Athletic Association golf championship hosted by The Crossings Golf Club in Glen Allen, VA.
Virginia Commonwealth remains in the lead after two rounds and another record-setting day from junior Ted Brown, who shot a course record 64 to remain in the lead with one round remaining.
ODU's Michael Hospodar (Ontario, Canada) is tied for fourth with a two-day total of 140. Geoffrey Harris (Reading, England) is tied for 12th overall and Chris Piercy (Reading, England) is tied for 21st. Adam Condello (Fairport, NY) is tied for 23rd and Leighton Harris (Durban, South Africa) is 35th.
The CAA Championship will conclude tomorrow.
2002 CAA Golf Championship Team Standings-Day Two 1. VCU 555 2. UNCW 564 3. JMU 571 4. W&M 574 4. Towson 574 6. ODU 576 7. GMU 598 8. Delaware 612 9. Drexel 636 10. Hofstra 641
ODU Golfers: 4. Hospodar (140) 12. G. Harris (143) 21. Piercy (146) 23. Condello (147) 35. L. Harris (153)