BEALLSVILLE, Md. - The Saint Joseph's golf team jumped four spots to earn a fourth place finish at the 33rd Annual Georgetown Intercollegiate while sophomore Michael O'Brien finished in a six-way tie for first.

Playing at the par-71 Members Club at Four Streams (6,950 yards), the Hawks posted rounds of 296 and 298 on Tuesday for a fourth-place finish at 307-296-298/901.

Individually, SJU O'Brien finished in a six-way tie for first place at 219. The sophomore followed Monday's round of 75 with back-to-back rounds of 72 on Tuesday. In a playoff, Navy’s Charlie Musto would prevail as medalist after three holes.

Junior Ross Pilliod finished a stroke behind O'Brien in seventh place with a score of 75-71-74/220, while rookie Wills Montgomery tied for 30th at 79-78-73/230. Sophomore Tommy Lewis capped the tournament with a three-round score of 78-80-79/237 to place 49th, while classmate Richard Riva rounded out the five-man squad tying for 50th at 79-75-84/238.

Georgetown captured the team title by three strokes at 894.

The Hawks are back in action October 22 at the Old Dominion/Outer Banks Intercollegiate.

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