HARRISON, Ohio – The Earlham College men's golf team turned a program record round of 304 to close out the Stateline Shootout hosted by Mount St. Joseph University on Sunday.
The Quakers finished with 304 strokes to establish the program's best mark as a team for a single day of competition. Freshman David Fu carded a career-low round of 75 while sophomore Graham Sherard finished both rounds of the shootout in 76 strokes. Both Fu and Sherard tied for 11th place to lead the Quakers individually.
Sophomore Nate Mynatt improved by six shots from round one to round two as the Indianapolis, Indiana, native fired an 84 on Saturday and 76 on Sunday. Freshman Garrett Schuler finished with a round of 77 on Sunday while sophomore Matt Truex had an 81.
As a team, Earlham finished in fifth place (617), four shots behind Franklin College and six strokes shy of Mount St. Joseph University.
Earlham has a week off before concluding its fall season at the Defiance Fall Invitational in Toledo, Ohio, on Oct. 19-20.