William & Mary’s Wells, Mason’s Yerks Tabbed CAA Men’s Golfers of the Week– Sept. 26
RICHMOND, Va. (September 26, 2012) - William & Mary's Jeremy Wells and George Mason's Kevin Yerks earned CAA Men's Golfers of the Week honors after their strong finishes in their respective tournaments.
Wells took fourth place at the Joe Agee Invitational after shooting 212 (-1) on the par 71, 6,837-yard Williamsburg Club course in Williamsburg, Va. The senior shot rounds of 69-72-71 and guided the Tribe to a third place team finish. Wells' third round of 71 (E) was one of only four in the entire field to shoot par or better in the third round. Delaware, which was led by Braden Shattuck (72-71-72-215/5th), also participated in the event and finished in fourth place.
Yerks earned a fourth place finish at the VCU Shootout held at the Hermitage Country Club Manakin in Manakin-Sabot, Va. The junior shot 70-72-74-216 (E) to lead the Patriots to a tie for ninth place with former CAA golf member Old Dominion. Yerks led the field in birdies made with 14. He had the most birdies that the next three competitors who had 11 each, including individual medalist Sean Bosdosh from University of Maryland. Former CAA member VCU hosted the event, while James Madison also competed in the event.