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Csejka finishes second with 141

Tom Kinder Memorial Team Champions (c) 2019 David Sinclair/McDaniel College
Tom Kinder Memorial Team Champions (c) 2019 David Sinclair/McDaniel College

THE FACTS
McDaniel wins tournament
What:
Tom Kinder Memorial in men's golf action
When:
Monday-Tuesday, Sept. 16-17
Where: Lakeview GC – Harrisonburg, Va.

THE SKINNY STORY
McDaniel fired a two-round score of 584 to win the Tom Kinder Memorial by five shots. The Green Terror posted a round of 290 in the first round and 294 in the second round.

THE LEADERS
Chuck Csejka (Orange, Conn./Amity Regional) posted a three-under par score of 141, firing sub-par scores in each round. He fired a round of 71 on Monday and matched his career low with a round of 70 on Tuesday to register his lowest collegiate 36-hole score. He finished second overall.

FOR THE FOES
• Alex Rubino (Hampden-Sydney) won the individual title with a score of 140, firing a score of 68 over the final 18.
• Bridgewater was second in the 17-team field with a score of 589 (297-292).

THE REST OF THE STORY
• Ryan McGarry (North Easton, Mass./Oliver Ames) finished fifth overall with a score of 143, including a one-under par 71 on Tuesday after an even-par 72 on Monday.
• Kevin Keane (Bethesda, Md./Walt Whitman) was seventh overall with a score of 144. He also posted a one-under par 71 on Tuesday after a one-over par 72 on Monday.
• Christian Garruppo (Hilton Head, S.C./Hilton Head Prep) finished 49th overall with score of 156. He carded a round of 74 over the first round and 82 in the second round.
Collin MacDonald (Beverly, Mass./Beverly) was 53rd overall with a score of 157. He had a round of 75 on Monday and 82 on Tuesday.
• Adam Gibbs (Virginia Beach, Va./Frank W. Cox) played as an individual and finished seventh with a score of 144. He turned in a career-low round of 70 on Tuesday after a round of 74 on Monday.

THE INSIDE STORY
Chuck Csejka's round of 70 matched his career low while his round of 141 for 36 holes was his collegiate best and matched the best known round by a Green Terror player.
Ryan McGarry and Adam Gibbs both posted collegiate-best 36-hole scores.
• The team's 36-hole score of 584 was its second-best all-time.

NEXT UP
McDaniel hosts a "B"-Team Individual Tournament at The Bridges on Thursday before the starters are at the Don Scalf Invitational in Rocky Mount, N.C. on Sunday and Monday.