WILLIAMSBURG, Va.—In the final regular season tournament of the 2017 campaign, the Marymount (Va.) University men's golf squad rounded out the two-day Glenn Heath Memorial Tournament on Tuesday afternoon. In a field of 14 teams, the Saints finished 11th after collectively shooting 328-319.
The two rounds of 18-holes took place on the 6,822-yard Par 72 course at the Williamsburg Club. Freshman John David Coffin paced the blue and white through the two-days of competition. In a field of over 80, Coffin tied for 22nd place after carding scores of 79-77. Senior Kyle Weitendorf finish four spots behind tied for 26th after shooting 157 (+13).
Junior Erik Timlin shaved two strokes off his day one score, shooting 80 (+8) to tie for 47th with several other golfers. Freshman Kevin Wagner and sophomore Daniel Stone posted scores of 172 and 181, respectively, to round out the blue and white.
Christopher Newport University paced the field of 14 teams, after collectively shooting 587 (+11). David Rabil, 143 (-1), of Christopher Newport University became the undisputed champion.
The men will return to the green for the Capital Athletic Conference Championship on Friday, April 14. The three-day tournament will be played once again at the Bay Creek Golf Club in Cape Charles, Virginia.