Bridgewater, Va. – Marymount University’s golf team finished the Tom Kinder Memorial with a two-day total of 630. The Saints cut 14 strokes off their opening round 322 for a second day score of 308, the fourth best team round in program history.
John Goulding was the top finisher for the Saints, cutting three strokes off his score from the day before to tie for 20th (77-74-151 +7). Thomas cave was just a stroke behind to tie for 21st (76-76- 152 +8) in his first collegiate event.
Peter Johns had the best turnaround for the Saints, cutting nine strokes off his opening round to tie for 54th (86-76-161 +17), while Mark Anthony Curtis tied for 63rd (84-82-166 +22) and Nick Ryerson was 69th (88-82-170 +26).
Marymount returns to action on Tuesday at the Messiah Falcon Classic.