Men’s golf: College sits in 10th place after first round

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September 16, 2008

5:55 PM

The College of William and Mary completed its first round of play Monday before rain interrupted the second round of the Raines Development Intercollegiate in Florence, S.C. The Tribe is in 10th after 18 holes of golf. Senior Brent Paladino continued his strong play, posting a round of 70 — just two shots off the pace. Paladino and his teammates combined to shoot a score of 298 in round one, leaving the Tribe 19 strokes behind first round leader Georgia Southern University.

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