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Men's Golf Tenth at Kinder Memorial

Brett Dubin was the Hornets medalist Monday at the Tom Kinder Memorial.
Brett Dubin was the Hornets medalist Monday at the Tom Kinder Memorial.

HARRISONBURG, Va. - The Shenandoah University men's golf team opened its season Monday by shooting a collective 617 at the Tom Kinder Memorial hosted by Bridgewater College at Lakeview Golf Club.

Playing 36 holes over Lakeview's Mountain and Lake nines, the Hornets shot 310 in the morning round before carding a 307 in the afternoon.

Shenandoah's 617 total was good for a tenth place showing in the 15-team tourney. SU was four strokes in front of No. 11 Emory and Henry and three back of tournament host and ninth-place Bridgewater.

Defending national runner-up Guilford won the tournament with a 560. GC was 20 strokes clear of runner-up N.C. Wesleyan.

Individually, senior Brett Dubin paced SU over the par-72, 6769-yard layout with a five-over-par 149. Dubin rebounded from a four-over 76 in the morning to shoot 73 in the afternoon for his 20th place finish.

Dubin's classmate, Doc Schulte, celebrated his return to the course by carding 76-76—152. Schulte, an MBA student, missed playing during his final year of undergraduate work after suffering an off-season injury. He is now back after having not played since 2015 ODAC Championships.

Connor McCarthy and Blake Forst rounded out the Hornets qualifying scores with a 159 and a 162, respectively.

Josh Bianco had a 166 that did not count toward the team total while Joseph Gesell had a 156 and J.R. Mills a 170 playing as individuals.

SU is back in action on Sunday and Monday when it hosts its own invitational at Winchester Country Club.