Men's golf moves into tie for fourth through Day 2 of CAC Championship

Men's golf moves into tie for fourth through Day 2 of CAC Championship

CAPE CHARLES, Va.— The Marymount (Va.) University men's golf squad improved one spot after day two of the Capital Athletic Conference Championship on Saturday afternoon. The three-day event is being held on the 6374-yard Par 72 course at the Bay Creek Resort.  In round two, the blue and white collectively shot 330 (+42) to tie Wesley College for fourth in a field of seven squads.

Junior Erik Timlin shaved one stroke of his day-one score to card a score of 75 (+3), jumping one spot to sixth place in a field of 35 golfers. Timlin picked up two more birdies in round two, on the second and third holes. 

Senior Kyle Weitendorf currently sits in 12th after shooting 82 (+10) in the second round of the tournament, adding his second birdie on the ninth hole. Freshman John David Coffin bolstered a birdie on the third hole, and finished with a score of 88 to remain tied for 20th.

Freshman Kevin Wagner and senior Gannon White rounded out the blue and white with scores of 85 and 96, respectively. 

The three-time reigning champions, Christopher Newport University currently paces the field after collectively shooting 301 (+13) in round two, and sitting at 593 (+17) as a team. Christopher Newport's Joey Corlett and Harry Nodwell are tied for first after carding scores of 71 (-1) and 74 (+2), respectively. 

The blue and white will return to action on Sunday, April 15 for the final day of the CAC Championship. The first-place squad will earn an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.