Chargers headed to CCAA golf nationals

Camosun Chargers headed to golf nationals Oct. 14-17 at the Club de golf Lorette in Loretteville, Que.

The Camosun Chargers men’s golf team finished third in the PacWest standings and are headed to the national collegiate golf championships in Quebec City.

It’s the Chargers’ third consecutive PacWest (B.C.) silver medal and sixth consecutive trip to nationals.

Camosun finished second in the PacWest season finale, led by third place inividual finisher Grant Maskiewich and sixth place Brady Stead.

Champlain St. Lawrence plays host to nationals, Oct. 14-17, at the Club de golf Lorette in Loretteville, Que.

reporter@saanichnews.com

 

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