Bulldogs Spring Golf Faces Weather Challenges
The Bellevue men’s golf team started the spring season by winning the CBC Invitational in the Tri-Cities March 26-27. High wind and rain met the team for the first round at the Horn Rapids Golf Club, and the tough conditions were reflected with high scores throughout the field of players. A standout round, even par 72, by BC freshman Price Coshow was good enough for a first place tie after the first round, and the Bulldogs found themselves in second place seven shots behind Olympic at the end of the day.
The second round took place at the challenging Canyon Lakes Golf Club and once again the Eastern Washington high winds greeted the players. A solid round of 75 by sophomore Tyler McDougall and 79s by KC Chang, Alex Mroz and Zach Buchanan were the difference as Bellevue finished the tournament one shot ahead of rival Spokane 620 to 621. The victory put the Bulldogs in a tie with Spokane for the top spot in the conference.
The Bellevue women’s team ended up with a fifth place finish at the CBC Invitational as high winds and rain made play difficult for the women as well at both Horn Rapids and Canyon Lakes Golf Club in the Tri-Cities. Top player for Bellevue was freshman Katherine Yoon, posting a two day total 185. The fifth place finish dropped the women from second place to third in the conference standings.
Next away tournament for both teams will be played at an NWAACC neutral site, Heron Lakes in Portland, Oregon, April 10-11.
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