Chargers golfers tee up for first place
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September 27, 2007
The Camosun College Chargers men’s golf team is in first place following two weeks of league competition in the British Columbia Colleges’ Athletic Association (BCCAA).
Five teams and twenty-nine student-athletes competed in the first event of the 2007 season, held at Newlands Golf Course in Langley and hosted by Kwantlen University College September 15-16th.
The Chargers marked up a solid win, beating the second-place Malaspina University College Mariners by a whopping 25 strokes.
|Camosun College Chargers||594|
|Malaspina University College Mariners||619|
|University College of the Fraser Valley Cascades||620|
|Kwantlen University College Eagles||625|
|Selkirk College Saints||674|
Athlete of the Week
Third-year Chargers veteran and two-time BCCAA individual bronze medalist (2005 & 2006), Brad Clapp, picked up his second-career title as BCCAA Athlete of the Week for leading the Chargers to victory at the season-opener.
Four of Camosun’s six student-athletes took the top four places in individual two-day low scores.
|1. Brad Clapp (Chilliwack)||141|
|2. Kevin Walz (Qualicum Beach)||145|
|3. Phil Kondrak (Victoria)||147|
|4. Lee Alarie (Osoyoos)||148|
|17. Ryan Tofani (Red Deer, AB)||159|
|26. Eric Smith (Sidney)||167|
In this past weekend’s event, the Chargers placed second with a two-day total of 593, leaving them 13 strokes behind the winning Fraser Valley team. The tournament was hosted by the College of the Rockies in Cranbrook.
|University College of the Fraser Valley Cascades||580|
|Camosun College Chargers||593|
|Malaspina University College Mariners||621|
|Kwantlen University College Eagles||632|
|Selkirk College Saints||Incomplete|
This weekend, Head Coach Troy Dunning takes the Chargers to the Mainland to BCCAA Tournament #3 (September 29-30), hosted by the University College of the Fraser Valley). “We’re gearing up for a great weekend of competition – it’ll be a tight battle with Fraser Valley. The plan is to put our best game forward and get a stranglehold on first place as we head into our fourth and final BCCAA tournament,” he commented.
The Chargers will host BCCAA Tournament #4 over the October 20-21 weekend at Olympic View Golf Club. Results from the tournament will determine the overall team and individual gold, silver and bronze winners for the 2007 BCCAA golf season
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Last updated: September 27, 2007 2:04 pm