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Men's Golf 10th at Keller Memorial

Shenandoah University is 10th after day one of the Ted Keller Memorial hosted by Randolph-Macon.
Shenandoah University is 10th after day one of the Ted Keller Memorial hosted by Randolph-Macon.

GLEN ALLEN, Va. – The Shenandoah University men's golf team stands 10th Monday after day one of the Ted Keller Memorial hosted by Randolph-Macon at Hanover Country Club.

The Shenandoah 'A' team shot a collective 334 Monday over the par-70, 6624-yard Hanover CC layout to best its 'B' team by eight strokes.

The 'A' team is 16 shots back of Marymount and Randolph-Macon. The Saints and host Yellow Jackets are tied for eighth in the two-day, 36-hole event.

Franklin & Marshall and Gettysburg currently lead the tournament after each squad recorded 299. The Dips and Bullets are two shots clear of Virginia Wesleyan.

Blake Woodie led the Shenandoah 'A' squad with a nine-over-par 80 with Erich Gall carding an 82, Joe Gesell 84 and Connor McCarthy 88.

Brett Dubin had a 90 that did not count toward the team score.

Robert Fox had an 80 to lead the 'B' squad. Trevor Gardner had 85, Josh Bianco 87 and JR Mills 90 to complete the 'B' team score.

Woodie and Fox are tied for 31st.

The tournament concludes with an 8:30 shotgun start Tuesday morning.