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Men's Golf Finishes 10th at Keller

Connor McCarthy had an eight-over-par 78 Tuesday in the second round of the Ted Keller Memorial.
Connor McCarthy had an eight-over-par 78 Tuesday in the second round of the Ted Keller Memorial.

GLEN ALLEN, Va. – The Shenandoah University men's golf team maintained its 10th place spot Tuesday following the final round of the Ted Keller Memorial Tournament hosted by Randolph-Macon College.

Playing for a second straight day over the par-70, 6624-yard Hanover CC course, the Hornets 'A team shot a collective 319 in the second round of the tournament.

SU improved its score by 15 shots over day one to come in 12 shots in front of 11th place William Peace and 14 back of ninth place Marymount.

Gettysburg won the tourney by two shots over Franklin & Marshall. GC shot 296 to outlast the Diplomats.

The Shenandoah 'B' team also improved upon its day one score by shooting 332 Tuesday, but dropped one spot in the team standings to 12th.

Freshmen Joe Gesell and Connor McCarthy led the SU 'A' squad with a pair of eight-over-par 78s with Brett Dubin recording an 80 and Blake Woodie an 83.

Erich Gall had an 86 that did not count toward the team score.

Gesell finished tied for 45th and Woodie 47th.

Robert Fox had a nine-over 79 for the 'B' team and his 159 total was good for a tie for 34th.

JR Mills had 81, Josh Bianco 83 and Trevor Gardner 89 to complete the 'B' team scores.

The men continue their fall season next week by participating in the annual VSGA Intercollegiate at Stonehenge CC in Richmond.