Chargers men remain in the running at University/College Golf Championships

Camosun College Marketing and Communications

Despite a tough second round at the Canadian University/College Golf Championships, the Camosun Chargers men remain in the running in seventh place as the four-day tournament heads into cut-day. The Chargers shot a collective 308 on Day 2, 10 strokes over their first day total of 298 which placed the squad in a tie for second with with Queen’s University.

After two rounds, the UBC men maintain the lead at 558. Queen’s is 14-strokes behind in second and the UVic Vikes are third with 594.

“Yesterday was obviously a struggle,” commented Chargers Head Coach John Randle. “But we still have a chance at a Top 3 finish with a couple of solid rounds.”

Leading the pack for the Chargers is fifth-year veteran Brady Stead whose two-day total of 143 puts him -1 and tied for seventh place in the men’s individual contest.  Teammate Matt Matheson is +8, followed by Scott Merriam and Grant Maskiewich who are each sitting at +12.

Today’s results will determine the top 10 men’s teams and the top six women’s teams who will advance to Friday’s championship round.

Tee times for the Chargers are as follows:

Grant Maskiewich           12:40pm

Scott Merriam                   12:50pm

Matt Matheson                1:00pm

Brady Stead                        1:10pm

Find team and individual standings here.


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