After a solid 287 team score in the first round Sunday, the Huskies dropped to a 308 Monday and are now in 13th place out of the 15 teams.
WINDERMERE, Fla. — The Washington men’s golf team fell six places Monday after a difficult second round at the Tavistock Invitational.
“It was a tough day at the office for the Dawgs today,” said coach Alan Murray. “Everyone struggled and we didn’t have anyone that was able to put together a score to really help us. When that happens it is hard to gain ground or even maintain position.”
After a solid 287 team score in the first round, the Huskies dropped to a 308 Monday and are now in 13th place out of the 15 teams.
Paul Margolis, a freshman, is leading the way with a 73-74—147, tied for 32nd.
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