By Nick Porter
RICHMOND, Va. — The Southern Virginia University men's golf team wrapped up its third two-day tournament of the year with a 16th-place on Tuesday at the Virginia State Golf Association Intercollegiate Championship, held at Stonehenge Golf & Country Club.
"We have been improving," head golf coach Blair Garner said, "but I think everyone feels like they have the ability to play a lot better. This was the strongest field of opponents we play against and it gives our team an indication of where we are and the amount of improvement we need to make."
Cameron Speyer led the Knights both days, shooting a season-best 76 on Monday and a 78 on Tuesday. He finished 45th overall at 12-over-par. Dustin Taylor shaved nine strokes from round one to two, going from an 89 to an 80, with two birdies on Tuesday.
Dustin Taylor shaved nine strokes from round one to two, going from an 89 to an 80, with two birdies on Tuesday.
Coulson Hardy shot an 81 for each round, putting him at +20 for the tournament. He had the only birdie for the Knights on Monday.
Speyer and Hardy had their best two-round totals of the season, and Taylor shot his best round of the year so far.
Christian Kidd was the fourth scorer for the Knights, finishing was a two-day score of 182.
Southern Virginia will compete in its final match of the fall season next Monday and Tuesday at the Goucher Fall Invitational in Phoenix, Md.