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Golf Concludes Final Day At Middleburg Bank Intercollegiate
Sedgewick fires final round 73 (+3) from Williamsburg on Tuesday
March 25, 2014Tweet
Williamsburg, VA—The Binghamton golf team wrapped up play from the Middleburg Bank Intercollegiate on Tuesday, finishing in 20th place out of 27 schools competing William & Mary’s home event. In what were soggy conditions, BU shot a final round score of 301; their lowest round of the 54-hole tournament.
Jack Sedgewick paced BU for the second straight afternoon, compiling a final round score of 73 (+3). His 54-hole tally of 224 (+14) put him in a tie for 50th place in a giant field of 140 competitors at the River Course at Kingsmill Resort.
On Tuesday, Sedgewick started his round on the back-nine where he closed out his final four holes at two-under par. He wound up shooting an even-par 35 on the back and followed that up with a 38 on the front for his lowest round of the tournament.
Freshman Sameer Kalia also turned in his best scorecard of the three-day event, recording a 75 (+5) on Tuesday. Kalia at one point recorded nine straight pars and then followed that up with a birdie on the par 4 eighth hole. He shot one-under on the front (34) at the River Course and led all BU players in pars over a 54-hole span with 33.
Josh Holling and Kyle Wambold rounded out BU’s scoring in final round action, shooting a 76 and 77, respectively. Despite a difficult finish, Holling played his first 10 holes of the day at even par, including a three on the 396 yard par 4 12th hole. Wambold recorded 12 pars on his way to his tournament-low round of +7.
Team tournament champions Texas Tech led from start to finish at the William & Mary hosted event, finishing with a 54-hole team total of 851 (+11). The Red Raiders bested No. 48 UNC Greensboro by 13 strokes and finished 1-2 on the individual scorecard as Clement Sordet won medalist honors with a score of 208 (-2).
Binghamton gets a few days off before they head to Malvern, Pa. to compete in the Wildcat Invitational on March 31 and April 1. The 54-hole tournament features 16 teams and 10 individual participants at White Manor Country Club.