LCSC men's golf team wins
LAKE CITY, Utah -- Despite finishing second in the final
Frontier Conference tournament of the season, the
Lewis-Clark State College men's golf team captured the
conference's overall title for the second straight year
and the third time in four years on Tuesday.
Warriors were edged by Rocky Mountain on the final 18
holes Tuesday in Westminster's portion of the 54-hole
conference tournament, which was played at Wing Point
Golf Course. Rocky Mountain fired a team score of 284 on
the final 18 holes, to LCSC's 299, which gave Rocky
Mountain a 884 total to LCSC's 886. That was the final
round of the fifth and final regular-season conference
team scores from all five conference tournaments are
used to determine the conference champion and LCSC wound
up at 4,434, while Rocky Mountain overtook Montana Tech
to finish second, but was more than 40 shots behind
women's side, Rocky Mountain held off LCSC for both the
Westminster and overall conference title. Rocky shot a
final round of 318 for a 955 total, while LCSC had a
round of 324 for a 966 total. Rocky finished overal at
4,155 strokes, compared to 4,189 strokes for LCSC.
Lovell continued his strong play for LCSC on Tuesday
with a 2-under-par 70, which gave him a 2-under-par 214
for the tournament, which earned him first place.
Teammate Jeff Ray carded a 74.
women's side Juanita Villa shot the Warriors' best round
on Tuesday with a 75 and tied teammate Cortney Shrout
with a team-best 236 score for the 54 holes.
Warrior teams will be back in action next Monday for the
Region I Tournament, which will be held at Christian
Lake, British Columbia. The tournament features 36 holes
on Monday and another 18 on Tuesday and serves as a
qualifier for the NAIA national tournament.
Top three teams -- 1, Rocky
Mountain 294-884. 2, LCSC 299--886. 3, Montana Tech
Medalist -- Joey Lovell, LCSC,
Other LCSC scores -- Jeff Ray
74--221, Patrick Casabonne 75--226, Nik Arrenbrecht
73-72-80--225, Chris Jarrett 80--235.
Top two teams -- 1, Rocky Mountain
318--955. 2, LCSC 324--966.
Medalist -- Rachel Warren, RMC,
LCSC scores -- Cortney Shrout
78--236, Juanita Villa 75--346, Samara Kluever 85--248,
Kara Player 88-252, Chantelle Beveridge 86--256.