BC WOMEN WIN SWANSON CUP AT SALISH CLIFFS
October 21, 2012
The Bellevue College women’s golf team won their 11th consecutive tournament playing in the Ann Swanson Cup Tournament at the beautiful and difficult Salish Cliffs Golf Course in Shelton on Sunday, Oct. 21. Battling heavy rain and winds throughout the day, the women came out on top with a team score of 258. Taking first place individually was BC sophomore Kayce Ogishima, Jamie Kirsila took second place overall. Suchada Anusuriya finished in fourth and Corey Rois tied for eight place. "This was a nice way to finish our fall season,” said head coach Kirk Johanson. “The women played well in tough conditions on a great golf course, and I’m especially excited for Kayce winning her first tournament.”
KLEIS INDIVIDUAL CHAMP AT SALISH CLIFFS
Bellevue College men’s golf team sophomore standout Colten Kleis took first place individually with a 74 in the Ann Swanson Cup Tournament at Salish Cliffs in Shelton on Sunday, Oct. 21. Battling tough conditions and heavy rain, Kleis held on to win the event by one shot. Also playing well was fellow teammate Ryan Maul who finished in fourth place with a 77. "I'm glad for Colten who has been working very hard on his game,” said head coach Kirk Johanson. “It's nice to see all his hard work paying off with a well-deserved victory on a great golf course." The BC Men took third place as a team, finishing nine shots off first place winner Green River. “I’m looking forward to a terrific spring season for both our golf teams,” said coach Johanson.
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