BURLINGTON, N.C. - The Shenandoah University golf team concluded a 20-year run for the athletic department in the USA South Conference with a seventh place finish Sunday at the USA South Conference Golf Championships.
Shenandoah rebounded from a 340 in Saturday's second round to shoot a collective 324 on Sunday.
SU had a three day total of 990.
The Monarchs had Sunday's low total, 292, but could not make up the 19-stroke deficit they faced heading into the final day.
Senior Derek Snarr, who was the last Hornet on the course and thus is the final Shenandoah student-athlete to have competed in the USA South, led SU with a 242 that placed him 26th. He shot 81 Sunday.
Snarr's classmate, Adam Delauter, had the low Sunday round of seven-over-par 78 over the par-71, 7032-yard Stoney Creek GC layout.
The Hornets begin their inaugural ODAC campaign in September with a 10-round fall season.