Shedd, a junior from Williamsburg, Va., picked up where he left off in the fall by winning his second event of the year, this time the spring's opening tournament at the Pine Needles Intercollegiate. Shedd matched his career-low in the opening round with a two-under 69 and then posted a three-over 74 to finish at one-over 143 and win by four strokes, becoming the first Quaker to win back-to-back tournaments since Noah Ratner turned the trick in 2011-12. Shedd's efforts helped GC to the team title as the Quakers' 588 total was 22 shots better than Cape Fear.
Men's Golf Honor Roll
Brian Burt, Hampden-Sydney (Jr. -
Burt finished second at the Pine Needles Intercollegiate, posting rounds of 76 and 71 to finish five-over-par at 147. His second round 71 was the best 18 hole score on that day.
Conley Hurst, Washington and Lee (Fr. - Little Rock, Ark.)
Hurst helped lead the Generals to a tie for fifth-place at the Callaway Gardens Collegiate over the weekend. He opened the tournament with a three-under par score of 69 and finished with a 75 for an even-par score of 144 for third place out of 101 golfers.