Men’s Golf: College 14th, Paladino 24th at Maryland Tourney

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September 9, 2008

9:30 PM

The College of William and Mary opened its season Sunday with a 14th-place finish at the Maryland Intercollegiate Tournament in Cambridge, Md. All 36 holes of the tournament were played Sunday due to Tropical Storm Hanna. The College recorded a team score of 595 (+27) and scored 21 strokes lower in the second round. Senior Brent Paladino led the way for the Tribe, shooting a combined 144 (+2) to finish in a tie for 24th place.

“This can be considered a warm-up tournament for us,” Paladino said. “We shook off our rust and played better as the tournament progressed.”

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