PLACE: Winchester CC/Winchester, Va.
IN BRIEF: The Apprentice School golf team shot a season-low 303 round on Monday and finished fourth out of 12 teams in the Virginia State Golf Association Division III Championships held at the Winchester Country Club on Monday.
Junior Kyle Mutter was the low man for the Builders on Monday with a stellar round of one-under-par 71 to finish tied for second. Senior Ben Hunter was next at even-par 72 to finish tied for fourth. Freshman Jordan Ritz and senior Michael Hastings were next with 80 to finish tied for 35th. Junior Eric Johnston was in a tie for 44th with an 82 to finish the five-man roster for the Builders.
Hampden-Sydney College won the event with a blistering one-under-par 287. Bridgewater and Washington & Lee were tied for second at ten-over-par 298 to finish ahead of the Builders. Brian Burt of Hampden-Sydney was the individual medalist at four-under-par 68.
- The 303 round for the Builders is the ninth lowest round in school history. The last time the Builders were lower than 303, they shot 300 to open the 2012-13 season with a dual match win over Louisburg College. It is also the seventh lowest to par round by the Builders.
- Mutter's round was tied for ninth lowest round under par in school history and matches his lowest round as a Builder. He also shot 71 as a sophomore at the Tom Kinder Memorial and as a freshman in a two-day dual match with SUNY Delhi.
The Builders are now off until October 28-29 when they participate in the prestigious O'Briant-Jensen Memorial Tournament in Greensboro, N.C. hosted by Guilford College. Many of the top NCAA Division III programs in the region will be participating in this event.