SEQUIM, Wash. – The Lewis-Clark State College men’s and women’s golf teams had their first off day in a tournament this year and as a result, didn’t fare as well as they would have liked in the University of Victoria Vikes Invite, which wrapped up with the final 18 holes on Tuesday at the Cedars At Dungeness Golf Course.
The LCSC women’s team, which held the 36-hole lead in the tournament, wound up tying for third, while the men’s team, which stood fifth after two rounds, wound up sixth.
“It was cold, but the conditions were pretty good,” LCSC coach Paul Thompson said. “Both teams played really well all fall, but in this round, they kind of slipped.”
The Warrior women entered Tuesday with a one-shot lead, but fired a 338 for the fourth-best score in the five team field. That allowed Concordia to rally from third place to the title after a 315 gave it a 963 total.
Freshman Madeline Jarrett led the Warriors with an 80, while senior Chantelle Beveridge carded an 82.
On the men’s side, LCSC also had its worst round over the final 18 and finished with a 300 for an 892 total. Frontier Conference nemesis
Scott Mooney led the Warriors with a 72.
The tournament wraps up the fall schedule for the team. The Warriors don’t resume action until next year when they play host to the LCSC Invitational on March 16-17 at the Clarkston Golf & Country Club.
Team scoring – 1,
Medalist – Cory Renfrow, UBC, 70-207.
LCSC scores – Connor McCracken 75-220, Chris Kneen 77-220, Scott Mooney 72-224, Patrick Casabonne 74-225, JP Moreno 78-234.
Team scoring – 1, Concordia 315-963. 2,
Medalist – Anne Balser,
LCSC scores – Madeline Jarrett 80-240, Cortney Shrout 85-242, Juanita Villa 91-250, Chantelle Beveridge 82-250, Katie Fuqua 95-263.