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Coffin Leads Way Through Day One of Ted Keller Memorial

Coffin Leads Way Through Day One of Ted Keller Memorial

ASHLAND, Va. - The Marymount University men's golf team opened up the two-day Ted Keller Memorial at the Hanover Country Club on Monday, sitting in 10th place as a team through 18 holes. 

As a team, the Saints carded a score of 356 (+72). Leading the way is junior John David Coffin, posting a 77 (+6) on day one to sit tied for 16th, just six strokes off the leaders from the University of Mary Washington and Franklin & Marshall College who hit even par. 

Seniors Justin Dobak and Thomas Farrell scored an 84 (+13) and 87 (+16), respectively, to come in tied in 41st and 48th. Rounding out the group is freshman Cole Ardoline with a 108 to sit 55th. 

The Saints hit the course for an 8:30 a.m., shotgun start on Tuesday morning to finish out the final 18 holes.