Men's Golf: YSU's Keller ties league single-round record at Horizon League Championships
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.