Rubino, a sophomore from Charlotte, N.C., picks up his first ODAC weekly award of the season after claiming his first collegiate medal at the Port City Invitational. Rubino, a Division III Ping Honorable Mention All-American after tying for third at the 2022 NCAA Division III Golf Championships, tied for first with Roanoke College's Palmer Cuny following three rounds at the Savannah Country Club. Rubino was awarded medalist honors on tournament tiebreakers. He finished 6-over par at 219 on the par-71 layout set to 6,715 yards. He opened with an even 71 and posted a pair of 74's to finish one stroke clear of Jeremy Edmunds from LaGrange College. Rubino led the tournament field in par-4 scoring (4.06, +2) and tied for second in birdies (10). His efforts helped Hampden-Sydney finish second in the team standings at 908 (297-308-303), just one shot back of LaGrange. Rubino now owns a 75.7 average over 14 rounds of competition.
MAX PETTERSON | AVERETT
Fy. | Bastad, Sweden
- tied for 18th at 8-over 224 (78-74-72) at the Savannah Invitational
SIMON BURGOS | GUILFORD
Fy. | Raleigh, N.C.
- tied for 8th at 4-over 220 (70-75-75) at the Savannah Invitational
ANDREW WATSON | LYNCHBURG
Jr. | Fredericksburg, Va.
- tied for 23rd at 9-over 225 (74-70-81) at the Savannah Invitational
AUSTIN BROOKS | RANDOLPH-MACON
Sr. | Matthews, N.C.
- tied for 17th at 17-over 230 (78-75-77) at the Port City Invitational
PALMER CUNY | ROANOKE
So. | Cranberry Township, Pa.
- tied for 1st at 6-over 219 (74-72-73) at the Port City Invitational