2016-17 Marymount University Men's Golf News

  • Timlin, Weitendorf earn All-CAC honors
    April 19, 2017
    The Capital Athletic Conference announced its All-Conference teams on Wednesday afternoon, and it featured two members of the Marymount (Va.) University men's golf squad. Junior Erik Timlin earned first-team All-CAC accolades, while senior Kyle Weitendorf garnered second-team All-CAC accolades for their impressive 2016-17 campaign.
  • Timlin, Weitendorf lead Saints to third place at CAC Championship
    April 16, 2017
    The Marymount (Va.) University men's golf squad jumped another spot to secure a third-place finish in the Capital Athletic Conference Championship on Sunday afternoon. The three-day event took place on the 6374-yard Par 72 course at the Bay Creek Resort.
  • Men's golf moves into tie for fourth through Day 2 of CAC Championship
    April 15, 2017
    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.
  • Men's golf sits fifth through Day 1 of CAC Championship
    April 14, 2017
    The Marymount (Va.) University men's golf squad teed off in day one of the three-day Capital Athletic Conference Championship on Friday afternoon. The event is being held on the 6,374-yard Par 72 course at the Bay Creek Resort. Through the first 18 holes, the blue and white currently sit in fifth out of seven teams, after collectively shooting 323 (+35).
  • Saints close out regular season at Glenn Heath Memorial
    April 11, 2017
    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.
  • Men's golf rallies on final day of Camp Lejeune Intercollegiate for top finish
    April 02, 2017
    The Marymount (Va.) University men’s golf team rounded out the three-day Camp Lejeune Intercollegiate on Sunday afternoon at the Paradise Golf Club, taking first place out of 16 teams.
  • Saints conclude Lynchburg Invitational in ninth
    March 28, 2017
    The Marymount (Va.) University men's golf team traveled to the Poplar Grove Golf Club to compete in the two-day Lynchburg College Invitational, beginning on Monday, March 27. After two rounds, the Saints finished ninth in a field of 11 teams, collectively shooting 320-329.
  • Men's golf finishes third at UMW's Inaugural Eagle Invitational
    March 19, 2017
    The Marymount (Va.) University men's golf squad rounded out day two of the University of Mary Washington's Inaugural Eagle Invitational at the Augustine Golf Club on Sunday afternoon. After shaving seven strokes off their day-one score, the Saints clenched a third-place finish with a total score of 699 (+131).
  • Coffin leads Saints through day one of Eagle Invitational
    March 18, 2017
    The Marymount (Va.) University men's golf team teed off in day one of the University of Mary Washington's Inaugural Eagle Invitational at the Augustine Golf Club on Saturday afternoon. The Saints currently sit in third, after collectively shooting 353 (+69).
  • Saints place eighth at VGSA Championship
    October 18, 2016
    The Marymount (Va.) University men's golf team wrapped up the first half of its 2016-17 campaign at the VGSA Intercollegiate Championship in Williamsburg, Virginia on Tuesday. In a field of 14 teams, the Saints took eighth place after collectively shooting 634 (+58) at the Williamsburg Golf Club.
  • Boone, Timlin finish in top 10; Saints take fifth at Ted Keller Memorial
    October 11, 2016
    The Marymount (Va.) University men's golf team finished the two-day Ted Keller Memorial on Tuesday at the Hanover Country Club. The Saints finished in fifth place in a field of 18 teams after collectively shooting 619, just several strokes behind the top-four teams.
  • Men's golf sits second through day one of Ted Keller Memorial
    October 10, 2016
    The Marymount (Va.) University men’s golf team got off to a great start in the Ted Keller Memorial on Monday at Hanover Country Club, sitting in second place out of 18 teams through the first 18 holes.
  • Boone, Timlin guide Saints to fifth place at Bay Creek Invitational
    September 27, 2016
    Senior Keegan Boone and junior Erik Timlin cracked the top 10 on the final day of the Bay Creek Invitational on Tuesday afternoon, guiding the Saints to a fifth-place finish for the two-day event.
  • Saints take seventh at Penn State Harrisburg Invitational
    September 19, 2016
    Two days of competition at the Penn State Harrisburg Invitational, hosted by Capital Athletic Conference opponent Penn State University-Harrisburg, led to a seventh-place team finish out of 13 for the Marymount (Va.) University men's golf team. The Saints collectively shot 319 on Sunday and 303 on Monday for a total score of 622 (+46).
  • Timlin finishes seventh; Saints take fifth in Tom Kinder Memorial
    September 13, 2016
    The Marymount (Va.) University men's golf team jumped three spots to finish in fifth place at the Tom Kinder Memorial on Tuesday afternoon, collectively shooting 300 (+12) in the final round, shaving six strokes off of the team's day-one score.
  • Men's golf tees off 2016-17 season with nine returners
    September 12, 2016
    The Marymount (Va.) University men’s golf team will tee off under the direction of Head Coach Stephen Moskal for the fifth season on Monday, September 12, opening the season up at the Tom Kinder Memorial in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
  • Timlin marks career low; Saints in 8th through day one of the Tom Kinder Memorial
    September 12, 2016
    The Marymount (Va.) University men's golf team kicked off the 2016-17 campaign at the Tom Kinder Memorial Tournament on Monday. In a field of 17 teams, the Saints are currently in eighth place, after collectively shooting 306 (+18) on day one.