Guillaume leads Georgetown Intercollegiate after 36 holes

Vaita Guillaume
(photo by Bennett Scarborough)
Vaita Guillaume (photo by Bennett Scarborough)

BEALLSVILLE, MD. -- Vaita Guillaume is the individual leader and Campbell is tied for fourth place on the team leader board following 36 holes Monday of the Georgetown Intercollegiate men's golf tournament.

A senior from Papeete, Tahiti, Guillaume shot a 4-under-par 67 Monday afternoon to take a two-stroke lead heading into Tuesday's final round on the par-71, 6640-yard Members Club at Four Streams layout.  Guillaume (72-67) sits at 139 strokes, ahead of T.Guste-Pedersen of West Florida (68-73--141).  Sebastian MacLean of Xavier is 3rd (72-71--143).

Guillaume had six birdies and 27 pars over Monday's 36 holes.  He played the par-3 holes at one-under, was even on the par-4s and two-under on the par-5s.

Campbell sophomore Amanjyot Singh is tied for 17th at 7-over 149 (73-76).  Freshman Grant Houser is tied for 32nd (79-74--153), senior Mitch Gray is tied for 40th (77-78--155) and sophomore Harrison Ashworth tied for 45th (78-78--156).

West Florida leads the 12-school event at 587 strokes (294-293), one in front of host Georgetown (297-291--588).  Michigan State (296-293--589) is third, followed by Campbell (300-295--595) and Xavier (304-291--595).  Miami of Ohio (299-298--597) and DePaul (306-291--597) are tied for sixth place.