Guilford Athletics | February 25, 2014 Guilford wins Pine Needles Intercollegiate title Share SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. -- Guilford junior Nick Shedd won his second consecutive individual title and helped the Quakers to the team title at the seven-school Pine Needles Intercollegiate Tuesday. Shedd is the first Quaker to win consecutive medalist honors since Noah Ratner captured the first three events of the 2011-12 season.Shedd's three-over-par 74 in Tuesday's final round at the Pine Needles Golf & Lodge earned a four-shot victory against Hampden-Sydney's Brian Burt in the 35-man field. Shedd helped Guilford to its first team title of the year, a 22-shot triumph against second-place Cape Fear Community College. The Quakers are ranked fourth in the Nike Golf Division III Coaches' Poll.Each of Guilford's four scorers, plus individual Drew Thompson, placed among the top-10 finishers. After Shedd, who shot 69-74-143 (+1), rookie Tanner Gross fired 72-76-148 and shared third place with Thompson (74-74-148) and Cape Fear's Tanner Pearson (75-73-148). Rookie Ty Palmer posted Guilford's low round Tuesday and shared sixth place at 76-73-149. Senior Dallas Page carded a 75 for a two-round 151 that place 10th. Brad White had a 73 Tuesday and finished one stroke behind Page in 12th place at 79-73-152.Pearson's 73 and Matt Elliott's 74 helped Cape Fear shoot 303 Tuesday, seven behind Guilford for Tuesday's low team score. The Sea Devils placed second with a 308-302-610, five strokes better than Hampden-Sydney (312-303-615), which shot 303 Tuesday to share third place with Averett University (311-304-615).