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Shelton Leads Field at Kinder Memorial, Panthers in Second Place

Hunter Shelton sits atop the leaderboard at 69.
Hunter Shelton sits atop the leaderboard at 69.

Day One Results

HARRISONBURG, Virginia -- Ferrum College sit sin second place after the opening round of play at the 2019 Tom Kinder Memorial Tournament, being played today and tomorrow at Lakeview Golf Club. Bridgewater College is the tournament host.

Ferrum's Hunter Shelton leads a group of 88 golfers after carding a 69, and is two strokes out in front of four golfers. McDaniel College is first as a team at 290, with Ferrum three strokes back at 293 in a field of 17 teams. Hampden-Sydney College, Roanoke College and Stevenson University are all tied for third at 295.

1. McDaniel 290; 2. Ferrum 293; T3. Hampden-Sydney 295; T3. Roanoke 295; T5. Stevenson 296; T5. Maryville 296; T5. Shenandoah 296; 8. Bridgewater 297; 9. Bridgewater (B) 299; 10. Lynchburg 300; 11. Apprentice 305; 12. Emory & Henry 307; T13. Southern Virginia 309; T13. Randolph-Macon 309. 15. Virginia Wesleyan 316; 16. Eastern Mennonite 326; 17. William Peace 329

1. Hunter Shelton, Ferrum 69; T2. Chuck Csejka, McDaniel 71; T2. Cameron Dillon, Roanoke 71; T2. Justin Grenier, Roanoke 71; T2. Jeremy Mills, Shenandoah 71; T6. Seth Smallwood, Bridgewater 72; T6. Ronnie Uszenski, Bridgewater 72; T6. Josh Bianco, Shenandoah 72; Andy Cofer, Hampden-Sydney 72; T6. Alex Rubino, Hampden-Sydney 72; T6. Ryan McGarry, McDaniel 72; T6. Zach Boote, Randolph-Macon 72

1. Hunter Shelton 69; T13. Lance Keiser 73; T31. Brett Pennington 75; T41. Chase Sells 76; T79. Jacob Holley 84

"To say we started off slow was an understatement. We were six over as a team after two holes, but fought back and played very well today, proud of the guys. We were led by Hunter's 69, which was the low round of the day. We are right where we want to be going into the final round tomorrow." --Head Coach Erick Cox

Cox's team will close out play Tuesday, beginning at 9:00 a.m. Tuesday. The event is named in honor of former Bridgewater Director of Athletics Tom Kinder, whose brother Ted held the same role for 10+ years at Ferrum. The Panthers won team titles at the Tom Kinder Memorial in 2014, 2015 and 2016.