JACKSONVILLE, N.C. – The Marymount University men's golf team competed in the Camp Lejeune Intercollegiate over the weekend, placing 14th in the three-day event with a 975 (+123).
Junior John David Coffin continued to lead the team on the year, as he tied for sixth in the competition. He carded a 218 (+5) overall, including a strong third day, hitting three under par with a 67. He set a new program record and career-low round with the effort.
Senior Justin Dobak also set a career-best round with a 71 (+1) in the third day of action on Sunday. Overall, he tied for 50th, carding a 242 (+29) for the weekend.
Senior Daniel Stone continued the trend for the Saints, having his best round of the weekend on Sunday with an 81 (+11), as he tied for 58th with a 242 (+44) overall.
Also setting a personal best was junior Thomas Farrell, who tallied an 80 (+10) on Sunday. He tied for 61st on the weekend, with a 258 (+45).
Freshman Cole Ardoline rounded out the weekend for Marymount, carding a 280 (+67) for 66th. His best round was also a career-best, coming in the first day of action on Friday, with a 90 (+20).
The Saints will return to the course on Monday, April 15 in the Glenn Heath Memorial in Williamsburg, Va., at Williamsburg Golf Club.