Golf Finishes Fourth at Lynchburg College Invitational
Lynchburg, Va. – Marymount University’s golf team finished fourth at the Lynchburg College Invitational on Monday. The Saints posted a two round score of 689 to finish two strokes out of second place and 15 strokes off the lead.
Peter Johns led the Saints with rounds of 82 and 84 for a 166 while Mark Curtis carded a 90 and a 79 for a 169. Nick Ryerson shot an 89 and an 86 for a 175 followed by Brad Johnson’s twin 91s for 182 and Isaac Reed’s 88 and 100 for a 188.
The Saints carded a 349 after the first round on Sunday to sit in fourth place but rebounded with a 340, the second best round on Monday, to finish with a 689.
Curtis’s 11 stroke improvement from Sunday to Monday was the second best overall in the tournament. His second round 79 was also tied for the fourth lowest round over the two day event.
Host Lynchburg won the tournament with a 674, followed by Eastern Mennonite at 676 and Apprentice School with a 687. A pair of Division I schools competed as individuals, including top medalist Jacob Mast from Liberty with a 155.
Marymount returns to the links on Saturday as it travels to the Gettysburg Invitational.