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Men's golf sits second through day one of Ted Keller Memorial

Men's golf sits second through day one of Ted Keller Memorial

ASHLAND, Va. – 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. 

Leading the way through day one of the two-day event were senior Keegan Boone and junior Erik Timlin, both posting rounds of 75 (+5) to sit tied for eighth place out of the 93 golfers in attendance. 

Coming in just one stroke behind was senior Cody Jameson with a 76 (+6) in 14th, while freshman John David Coffin and senior Kyle Weitendorf rounded out the Saints with rounds of 79 and 80 to come in at 31st and 36th, respectively. 

Posting a total team score of 305 (+25) for the day, Marymount sits just eight strokes behind tournament leader Franklin & Marshall College, who notched a score of 297 (+17). 

The final round is set to take place on Tuesday morning, October 11.