ASHLAND, Va. – The Marymount men's golf team concluded the two-day Ted Keller Memorial on Tuesday afternoon, putting together a team total of 639 (+79) over two rounds for ninth place.
Junior Erik Timlin led the way for the Saints both days, notching a total score of 151 (+11). On day one, he carded a 76 (+6) before shaving a stroke off the final round for a 75 (+5) to take 10th place.
Senior Kyle Weitendorf posted a first-round score of 77 (+7) to head into the final day in 19th, but added two strokes for a 79 (+9) through the last 18 holes to take 27th.
Sophomore John David Coffin put together a two-day total of 158 (+18) for 31st, getting down into the 70s on Tuesday with a 78 (+8), two strokes better than Monday's round.
The Saints will conclude their Fall slate next week, heading to Stonehenge Golf Club in Richmond, Virginia for the two-day VSGA Intercollegiate. The first round is scheduled for Monday, October 17 with the final 18 holes on Tuesday.