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Men's Golf Sits 13th After First Day at NCAA Kissimmee Regional

May 14, 2018

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WASHINGTON - Georgetown University's men's golf team finished the opening round of the 2018 NCAA Kissimmee Regional in 13th place with a team score of 297 on Monday. The Hoyas sit nine stroke over par at the par-72, 7,154 yard Watson Course at Reunion Resort.

"We played hard with weather delays," Georgetown Head Coach Tommy Hunter said. "We made a few mistakes down the stretch, but we will play hard again tomorrow."

Sunshine State native Eduardo Blochtein (Delray Beach, Fla./Spanish River) led the Hoyas with an opening round score of 72 to tie for 33rd place. Jack Musgrave (Chesterton, Ind./Andrean) and Patrick DiPasquale (Rochester, N.Y./McQuaid Jesuit) both shot a 74 to tie for 47th while Sam Madsen (Madison, Wis./Edgewood/Cardinal Gibbons [Fla.]) closed out the team scoring with a 77 to tie for 65th. Cole Berman (Philadelphia, Pa./The Haverford School) rounded out the Hoya contingent with an opening round score of 78 to tie for 68th.

Florida (276) and host Central Florida (276) lead the 14-team field, followed by Kent State (280), South Florida (282), Vanderbilt (283), North Carolina (283), Arizona (284) and Jacksonville State (286) as the teams under par. Purdue (288) and Colorado State (288) finished even par, followed by St. Mary's (289), Coastal Carolina (290), Georgetown (297) and Central Connecticut State (303).

The Hoyas return to action on Tuesday for the second round. Georgetown tees off at 9:20 beginning with Berman from the first hole, followed by Madsen, DiPasquale, Musgrave and Blochtein in subsequent 11 minute intervals. Live results during each round can be found at

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