Oct. 18, 2010
Results After Two Rounds
BEALLSVILLE, Md. - Ben Westley led the DePaul men's golf team through two rounds on Monday at the Georgetown Intercollegiate. Westley is tied for 32nd while the team sits in 11th place entering Tuesday's final 18 holes.
Westley shot a team-best 71 in the second round after opening the tournament with a 75 over the first 18 holes. His score of 71 matches his best round of the season that Westley set in the Cardinal Collegiate to open the 2010-11 season. The junior is among eight players at 146 (+4) after two rounds.
He was followed by Maximilian Mayer, Charles Boucher, Mark Sanchez and John Pavelko. Mayer is tied for 40th and one stroke behind Westley with a two-round total of 147 (+5). He opened the day with a 75 before coming back with a 72 in the second round. Boucher is in a group in 51st place after carding rounds of 76 and 73 for a total of 149 (+7). Sanchez is in 60th place and Pavelko is tied for 61st.
Campbell holds the team lead by six strokes over Miami (Ohio). Vaita Guillaume of Campbell, Eastern Michigan's Zach MacDougall and Austin Kelly from Miami (Ohio) are tied atop the individual leaderboard after 36 holes with scores of 137 (-5).
The final 18 holes are scheduled for Tuesday morning at The Members Club at Four Streams in Beallsville, Md.