URI Wraps Fall Season with 5th Place Finish at Georgetown Intercollegiate
The University of Rhode Island Golf team wrapped up its fall season with a fifth place finish on Monday at the Georgetown Intercollegiate at Four Streams Golf Club in Maryland.
Over the course of three rounds, the Rams posted a team score of 8-over par (860) to finish one shot out of fourth place and seven shots out of second place.
Loyola Maryland won the tournament with a score of 18-under par (834).
Rhode Island’s surge up the leaderboard was keyed by a final round 65 from Bryson Richards.
Richards opened the round with a birdie on the first hole, an eagle on the par-5 fourth hole and another birdie on eight to make the turn at four-under.
After a bogey on ten, Richards bounced back with birdies on 15, 16 and 18 to post a six-under 65.
He finished in a tie for fourth in the tournament.
Following Richards, Andrew DiPetrillo shot a 71 in the final round, while Brandon Gillis fired at one-over 72.
Rounding out the Rhode Island scoring was Jack Tegan who posted a 74 and Jordan Brajcich who shot 76.
Wrapping URI’s Fall Season
The Rams fall season is now in the books.
Rhode Island did not have a finish worse than sixth place in any tournament and even got a win.
URI opened the season with a third place finish at the Lagowitz Memorial, and then a sixth place finish at the VCU Shootout.
Following that tournament, the Rams snagged a second place finish at the Villanova Fall Invitational and then held on to win the UConn Invitational.
Rhode Island finished fifth at Georgetown on Monday.