GLEN ALLEN, Va. – Franklin & Marshall had the top day two team total of 295 at the Ted Keller Memorial Invitational, chopping 15 strokes off of its day one total 310. The Diplomats finished second at 605 (310-295) to finish just one stroke behind the host, Randolph-Macon, for the team title at 604 (300-304) on the par 72, 6.870-yard course at The Dominion Club.
Stephen Nicholas was the top finisher for the Diplomats at a five-over 149 across the two rounds. Nicholas had the top individual finish on day two with a two-under 70, finishing tied for the fourth best individual total across the two rounds as he shaved nine shots off of his first-round finish of 79.
Virginia Union's Ahmad Reedus was the top finisher at two-over 146, finishing off Alex Rubino of Hampden-Sydney after two playoff holes.
R.J. Pozzuto finished tied for sixth with a six-over score of 150. Jas Fuhrer and Troy Kelleher both ended in a tie for 15th overall, shooting ten-over at 154. Kevin McGloin shot a 16-over 160 to finish tied for 31st.
F&M returns to action on Saturday when they begin the two-day Mason-Dixon Collegiate Classic hosted by McDaniel at The Bridges Gold Club.