Saints conclude Lynchburg Invitational in ninth

Saints conclude Lynchburg Invitational in ninth

AMHERST, Va.— 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.

Junior Erik Timlin paced the Saints, finishing tied for 23rd in a field of 66 golfers. Timlin carded a score of 157 (+13) through the two-day event. Freshman John David Coffin finished four spots back of Timlin, tied for 27th, after shooting 77-81.

Freshman Kevin Wagner tied for 42nd place after carding a score of 165 (+21), while senior Kyle Weitendorf carded a score of 169 (+25) to tie for 47th. 

Senior Gannon White and sophomore Daniel Stone rounded out the blue and white with scores of 177 and 194, respectively.

Methodist University clenched first place as a team, shooting 586 (+10). Tyler Vincent of Methodist paced the competition, carding an impressive score of 143 (-1).

The men will head back to the green on Friday, March 31 for the Camp Lejeune Intercollegiate. The three-day event will take place at the Paradise Golf Club in Camp Lejeune, N.C.