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October 16, 2009

Day two of the 2009 PING CCAA National Championships in Windsor, Ontario proved to be a tough one for all competitors as temperatures on the golf course cooled and winds pumped to 40 km/hr. At the end of today’s second round of play, the Chargers scored a team total of 303, moving them into a tie with Niagara College for third place.

Humber College climbed to the top of the standings with the lowest team score of the day (292) while Cegep Champlain St. Lawrence fell to second spot with their team total of 305.

Institution Day 1 Day 2 Total/Par
1. Humber College 300 292 592 (+24)
2. Cegep Champlain St. Lawrence 289 305 594 (+26)
3. Camosun College 299 303 602 (+34)
Niagara College 307 295 602 (+34)

Sitting at ten shots off the lead, Chargers head coach John Randle is confident about the team heading into Day 3. “I am happy with the team’s performance,” he said. “They are capable of playing better but they are trying hard on every shot and we still have a good chance to win the Championship.”

Chargers’ individual scores after the second round of competition as follows:

Student-Athlete Day 1 Day 2 Total/Par Individual Men’s Standing
Brett Webster 75 73 148 (+6) Tied for 5th
Matt Tindale 72 77 149 (+7) Tied for 11th
Kevin Walz 75 75 150 (+8) Tied for 16th
Josh Benloulou 77 78 155 (+13) Tied for 34th
Zander Ritson 85 85 170 (+28) Tied for 82nd

Stay tuned as the Chargers battle for the 2009 PING CCAA Golf Championship title. The third and final round takes place Friday!

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Contact

John Randle, Head Coach
Camosun College Chargers Golf
250–893–4656
john@randlegolf.com

Last updated: October 16, 2009 10:40 am


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