GRASONVILLE, MD – The Rutgers University men’s golf team is tied for third with a 604 (300-304) score after the initial two rounds of the 24-team Whiting Turner Towson Invitational, played Sunday and Monday at the par 72 Prospect Bay Country Club. Junior Doug Walters (Blairstown, N.J.) continued his strong play on day two and enters Tuesday’s final round tied for eighth in the 123-player field with a 148 (73-75).
Freshman Jonathan Chang (Valencia, Calif.) and junior Jonathan Renza (Cortland Manor, N.Y.) joined Walters among the top 20. Chang is tied for 14th with a 151 (76-75) and Renza is tied for 19th with a 152 (78-74).
Sophomores Jacob Stockl (Clark, N.J.) and Hyung Mo Kim (Norwood, N.J.) comprise the rest of the team scorecard. Stockl is tied for 27th at 153 (73-80) and Kim is tied for 64th with a 159 (79-80).
William & Mary's Jeremy Wells followed his four-under 68 on Sunday with an even-par 72 on Monday to remain the individual leader with a 140 effort. The Tribe also lead the tournament entering the final day with a 583 team score. Indiana (Pa.) is second with a 603, one stroke better than the Scarlet Knights and Loyola (Md.).
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