Ohio State sophomore Addison Coll wins Washington Metropolitan Amateur
Addison Coll
Addison Coll

POOLESVILLE, Va. (August 3, 2014) — The Washington Metropolitan Amateur's final match pinned two college sophomores — three-seed Matt Oshrine of Loyola University Maryland and 12-seed Addison Coll of Ohio State University.

It was the lower of the two seeds Coll defeating Oshrine 4-and-3 at The Members Club at Four Streams to claim victory.

Coll reached the semifinals and faced 16-seed Colin St. Maxens, who knocked off defending champion Maclain Huge in the sweet 16, and needed 22 holes to defeat him.

Coll is having quite the summer as he'll be in Atlanta, Ga. in two weeks for the U.S. Amateur after medaling at the Mitchellville, MD qualifying site on July 22.

Baltimore native Oshrine had an interesting route to the final. All victories went at least to the 16th hole or further, with the exception of his quarterfinal match where he advanced by default when his opponent withdrew due to a concussion.

ABOUT THE Washington Metropolitan Amateur

Championship for amateurs in the Washington (D.C.) Metro area. 18 hole qualifying round on Thursday for 31 or 32 match play positions. Unless he chooses to play for the medal or does not defend, the defending champion is exempt from qualifying. There will be two 18 hole rounds of match play on Friday and Saturday, and a 36 hole final match on Sunday.

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