Youngstown State senior golfer Ken Keller turned heads during the first round of the Horizon League Championships from Mission Inn Resort's El Campeon course in Howey-In-The-Hills, Florida. 

Keller tied the league's single-round scoring record with a career-low, six-under-par 66, good for the lead following round one. He's just the third player since 1980 to record a 66 at the league meet. The 66 is tied for the seventh-lowest round in program history. 

The Penguins as a team sit in third place after a first-round score of 290. Wright State tallied a score of 282 and holds a seven-stroke lead over second-place Oakland. 

Keller's record-tying round included 10 pars, seven birdies and a bogey. 

YSU returns to the course Monday for round two, teeing off from the first hole beginning at 8:20 p.m.