Men's golf takes ninth at Ted Keller Memorial

Men's golf takes ninth at Ted Keller Memorial

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. 

Freshman Ivan Pech (174) and juniors Daniel Stone (197) and Jadon Tate (243) rounded out the Saint squad at the tournament, taking 61st, 65th and 66th, in that order. 

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.