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Hurst & Two Current Monarchs Make Cut At State Open

Courtesy: ODU Athletics
         
Release: July 20, 2013
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MIDLOTHIAN, VA--  ODU golf standout and  Hall of Famer  Jon Hurst (’91) along with current Monarchs, Ashton Newsom and John Dawson made the cut after two rounds of the State Open of Virginia which is being played at the Independence Golf Club.  

Hurst shot 73-70=143 and is 10 strokes behind the leader and defending champion Jay Woodson of Richmond (65-68=133). Hurst is 11th overall among amateurs.

John Dawson (Chesapeake, Va.) shot 73-74 for 147 and Newsom  (Chesapeake, VA.) shot 73-75 for 148 after 36 holes.  Tim Ritter (Chantilly, VA.)missed the cut by one stroke after shooting 76-73 for 149.

Jon Hurst became ODU’s first Division I All-American I golf. In 1991, He took sixth in the NCAA Regionals at Yale and earned All-American honors by the Golf Coaches Association after competing at the NCAA National Championships in Monterey, CA.  Hurst won five collegiate tournaments as a senior along with two second place finishes. He was third at the Sun Belt Conference Championships and won the 1990 Eastern Amateur in Portsmouth by 10 strokes.  Hurst was named the 1991 Virginia Golfer of the Year. He graduated in 1993 with a degree in sports management and was inducted into the ODU Sports Hall of Fame in 1996.  

The final two rounds will be played Saturday and Sunday.

MIDLOTHIAN –– Results following the second round of the 2013 State Open of Virginia at Independence Golf Club (7,026 yards, par 36-35—71) on Friday, July 19.

(a) – denotes amateur

Jay Woodson (Richmond), 65-68—133
(a) – Chris O’Neill (Glen Allen), 70-67—137
John O’Leary, PGA (Reston), 71-67—138
Robert Taylor, PGA (Zion Crossroads), 71-67—138
(a) Vincent Nadeau (Gordonsville), 70-69—139
(a) – Jimmy Delp (Arlington), 68-71—139
(a) – Matthew Brittain (Abingdon), 68-71—139
(a) – Scott Shingler (Haymarket), 75-65—140
(a) – Ji Soo Park (Clifton), 69-71—140
Steven Pierce (Centreville), 70-70—140
(a) – Bryce Chalkley (Richmond), 70-71—141
(a) – Mikey Moyers (Stanardsville), 71-70—141
Michael Wade (Christiansburg), 68-73—141
Adam Decker, PGA (Mechanicsville), 72-69—141
Faber Jamerson, PGA (Appomattox), 72-69—141
Mike Gooden, PGA (McGaheysville), 65-76—141
Patrick Hawkins, PGA (Richmond), 69-72—141
Ricky Touma, PGA (Olney, Md.), 70-71—141
(a) – Mark Lawrence Jr. (Richmond), 74-68—142
(a) – Richard Hanna (Virginia Beach), 72-70—142
(a) – Jon Hurst (Fredericksburg), 73-70—143 ***
(a) – Weston Eklund (Charlottesville), 73-70—143
Cameron Yancey (Blackstone), 70-73—143
Chip Sullivan, PGA (Salem), 69-74—143
John Francisco, PGA (Westminster, Md.), 72-71—143
(a) – Matthew Ball Jr. (Richmond), 68-76—144
(a) – James Gallagher (Yorktown), 72-72—144
(a) – Sam Stilwell (Potomac Falls), 73-71—144
Jon Corliss, PGA (Virginia Beach), 71-73—144
Tim Lewis, PGA (Hampton), 71-73—144
Pleasant Hughes, PGA (Chevy Chase, Md.), 69-75—144
(a) – Jack Adkins (Martinsville), 73-72—145
(a) – Christopher Kapsak (Richmond), 75-70—145
Rick Schuller, PGA (Chester), 73-72—145
Jimmy Flippen Jr., PGA (Danville), 71-74—145
Cary Sciorra, PGA (Gainesville), 72-73—145
(a) – Ryan Patrick (Reston), 72-73—145
(a) – Thomas Garner (Richmond), 70-75—145
(a) – Nick Tremps (Williamsburg), 73-72—145
Brendan McGrath, PGA (Centreville), 73-72—145
Ted Brown (Glen Allen), 70-75—145
Justin Heimer (Leonardtown, Md.), 72-73—145
Yong Joo (Bristow), 73-72—145
(a) – Travis Benson (Herndon), 73-73—146
(a) – Alex Sleeker (Richmond), 71-75—146
(a) – Connor Walters (Salem), 74-72—146
(a) – Alec Kormanec (Vienna), 74-72—146
(a) – Ben Beach (Glen Allen), 71-75—146
(a) – Ryan Douglass (Leesburg), 73-73—146
(a) – Nick Schafer (Arlington), 73-73—146
(a) – Keith Decker (Martinsville), 71-75—146
Randolph Darden III, PGA (Radford), 73-73—146
(a) – Buck Brittain (Tazewell), 74-73—147
(a) – Roger Newsom (Virginia Beach), 75-72—147
(a) – Jay Zapko (Glen Allen), 73-74—147
(a) – Scott Bemberis (Richmond), 70-77—147
(a) – Andy Heye (Centreville), 69-78—147
(a) – Alex Taylor (Roanoke), 72-75—147
Kenny Clark, PGA (Colonial Heights), 73-74—147
(a) – John Dawson (Chesapeake), 73-74—147 ****
(a) – Trey Treadwell (Haymarket), 71-76—147
(a) – Ben Campbell (Cleveland), 72-75—147
(a) – Jack Wilkes (Roanoke), 74-74—148
(a) – Dylan Jensen (Ridgeway), 72-76—148
Patrick Scheil (Williamsburg), 76-72—148
Mike Morrone, PGA (Glen Allen), 71-77—148
Jeffrey Thomas, PGA (Lynchburg), 71-77—148
(a) – Matt Brantingham (Richmond), 75-73—148
Paul Gooden, PGA (Harrisonburg), 75-73—148
(a) – Ashton Newsom (Chesapeake), 73-75—148 ****
(a) – Brian Hood (Stafford), 74-74—148
Ryan Zylstra (Glen Allen), 76-72—148
(a) – Kevin Clarke (Midlothian), 75-73—148
Blake Brookman (Seaford), 78-70—148
(a) – Chase Duffy (Virginia Beach), 72-76—148
Jay Lindell, PGA (Fairfax), 75-73—148
Andrew Hardin, PGA (Chevy Chase, Md.), 77-71—148

 

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