GLEN ALLEN, Va. - The Stevenson men's golf team wrapped up the final round of the Ted Keller Memorial on Sunday at Hunting Hawk Golf Course. The Mustangs finished sixth as the team totaled a two-day 633.
For the second straight day, sophomore Al El Kordi-Hubbard (Vienna, Va./James Madison) carded a 76 for a two-day total of 152, tied for 14th place with Tod Foshee of Bridgewater (Va.) and Noah Ratner of Guilford.
In the last meeting between Foshee and Hubbard, Foshee bested Hubbard by seven strokes in the two-day event 143-150.
Junior Ben Lukehart (Bel Air, Md./Mt. Carmel) just missed the top 20 with a 21st place finish shooting a final round 80 for a combined 156.
One stroke behind Lukehart was sophomore Will Ellis (Timonium, Md./Calvert Hall) shooting an 81, tying for 25th.
Freshman Matthew Daryman (York, Pa./York Catholic) rounded out the team scoring with an 85 for a two-day 167 and a 49th place finish.
Guilford claimed the 11-team tournament title with a 594. Host Randolph-Macon finished second with a 605 while Washington and Lee placed third with a 609.
Stevenson returns to action on Monday at the Lebanon Valley Invitational.