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Tribe Men Open Lead to 20 Strokes at Towson
Updated: Sunday 04/01/2013 (ET)
by Jacob Skipper
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The William and Mary men's golf team opened its advantage Monday at the Whiting Turner Towson Invitational, shooting the day's best round of 292 (+4) to widen its lead to 20 strokes heading into the tournament's third and final round.  The Tribe is at 583 (+7) overall, ahead of 23 other teams including second-place Indiana (Pa.) at 603.

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Senior Jeremy Wells (Hopewell, Va.) continues to lead the individual standings, by three strokes now after his even-par 72 on Monday.  Through two rounds, Wells is at 140 (-4) total, a personal-best and tied for sixth all-time at W&M.  Sophomore Charlie Kern (Seattle, Wash.) had the Tribe's best round of the day at 71 (-1), his first round at or under par this season.  Kern's effort lifted him into a tie for fourth place at 147 (+3) overall, where he's tied with classmate Alex Hicks (Cape May Court House, N.J.) who shot a 75 on Monday.  Sophomore Joey Shroyer (Victoria, Minn.) is just outside of the top-10, tied for 11th overall at 149 (+5), and junior Tanner Taddeo (Hendersonville, Tenn.) rounds out the team effort in a tie for 36th at 154 (+10).  As a team, W&M added 14 birdies in the second round, and has 26 so far in the tournament.

The Whiting Turner Towson Invitational continues Tuesday with a third and final round.

Whiting Turner Towson Invitational - 54 Holes
Prospect Bay Country Club - Par 72, 6761 Yards

Top Five Teams
1. William and Mary 583 (+7)
2. Indiana (Pa.) 603 (+27)
T3. Rutgers 604 (+28)
T3. Loyola (Md.) 604 (+28)
5. Binghamton 617 (+41)

Top Five Players
1. Jeremy Wells (W&M) 140 (-4)

2. Zach Kempa (IU-PA) 143 (-1)
3. Bart George (LMD) 145 (+1)
T4. Alex Hicks (W&M) 147 (+3)
T4. Charlie Kern (W&M) 147 (+3)
T4. Josh Waters (LIU) 147 (+3)
T4. Eric Edmunds (SPC) 147 (+3)

Other W&M Players
T11. Joey Shroyer 149 (+5)
T36. Tanner Taddeo 154 (+10)











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