Dye, a senior from Hartwood, Va., won individual medalist honors at the Tom Kinder Invitational, helping Bridgewater to second place in the team standings. Dye was the only player to finish under-par as he posted a 1-under 143 (71-72) on the par 72, 6,500-yard track at Lakeview Golf Course in Harrisonburg. His first round 71 tied for low-round of the tournament with four other players. The win marks his first collegiate tournament as the top finisher. He's also the first Eagle to win their own tournament since Shawn Harper in 2007.
Men's Golf Honor Roll
Randolph-Macon (Jr. - Richmond, Va.)
Fuller shot an even par 72 on Sunday after opening with a 74 to finish at two-over-par 146 and in a tie for third at the Tom Kinder Memorial.
Alex Taylor, Roanoke College (Fr. - Roanoke, Va.)
Taylor tied for third at the Tom Kinder Memorial with a two-over-par 146 after posting a pair of 73's at Lakeview Golf Course.
John Dozier, III, Virginia Wesleyan (So. - Manakin Sabot, Va.)
Dozier took runner-up honors at the Tom Kinder Memorial by shooting a 1-over 145 after rounds of 72 and 73. He posted identical rounds in the 2012 tournament, placing ninth last year. His efforts led VWC to a ninth place team finish, the best in school history at the Kinder Memorial. Dozier's 145 is ties for the third-lowest 36-hole round in school history.