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October 19, 2009

The Camosun College Chargers golf team finished fifth today as the final day of competition closed at the 2009 PING CCAA National Championships in Windsor, Ontario.

Humber College came out as the winner, earning its’ seventh CCAA National Men’s Golf title. St. Lawrence takes home a silver medal and bronze went to Mount Royal College (Calgary, AB).

The top six teams finished with three-day totals as follows:

  • Humber—885
  • St. Lawrence—892
  • Mount Royal—897
  • Niagara—898
  • Camosun—902
  • UBC-O—903

“It was another long day,” said Chargers head coach John Randle. “Cold and windy were again the theme. The guys fought hard but lost ground to the field.”
Three Chargers made the Top 25 in Individual Stroke Play:

Student-Athlete Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Total/Par Individual Men’s Standing
Brett Webster 75 73 72 220 (+7) Tied for 6th
Kevin Walz 75 75 72 222 (+9) Tied for 11th
Matt Tindale 72 77 78 227 (+14) Tied for 25th
Josh Benloulou 77 78 82 237 (+24)  
Zander Ritson 85 85 78 248 (+35)  

“I’m proud of the guys for fighting hard and giving it their all,” commented Chargers head coach John Randle. “If a few more putts had dropped and a few errant shots could be replayed, we would have been a serious contender. All in all, a great tournament and another step forward for our program.”

Find these results and more on the Championship website.

Contact

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

Last updated: October 19, 2009 9:14 am


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