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Golf Canada – Thunderbirds Scott Secord and Kat Kennedy top individual leaderboards

PARKSVILLE, B.C. – Third-round action at the 14th playing of the Canadian University/College Championship at Morningstar Golf Club saw the teams representing the University of British Columbia (UBC) increase their leads atop their respective leaderboards.

The UBC men’s team continued to show its dominance by posting a collective 2-under 286 for the round. The Queen’s University Gaels occupy second with a team total of 7-over 887 – 43-strokes behind the leaders. The Kingston, Ont., university is being pursued by two institutions located in British Columbia: the University of Fraser Valley Cascades and the University of Victoria Vikes, who trail the Gaels by four and five strokes, respectively.

The Thunderbirds were led by a 3-under 69 from Jack Wood of Banff, Alta. The third-year kinesiology major collected five birdies and added an eagle on the par-5 13th hole to move to 5-under in the competition. Tied with Victoria’s Lawren Rowe of the Victoria Vikes, Wood trails individual leader and teammate Scott Secord by four strokes. The Calgary product carded a 73 after opening the competition with consecutive 67s.

For the third consecutive day, Thunderbirds Evan Holmes of Calgary and Victoria’s Nate Ollis registered matching rounds. The pair have now shot 72-71-72 and sit T5 at 1-under alongside British Columbians Connor McLellan of Chilliwack who plays for the Cascades and Richmond’s Chris Crisologo, a member of the Simon Fraser University Clan.

Completing the Thunderbird contingent is Andrew Harrison of Camrose, Alta., who sits fourth following a 1-over performance. The 19-year-old tallied five birdies, but sees the round as a missed opportunity. “Today was a little bit disappointing,” commented the kinesiology major. “I had a good chance to shoot a good number, but made some bad bogeys. It’s a nice course, but it’s very tricky. There are lots of dog-legs that can trick you into trying to cut some corners. You have to be patient and lay back on those.”

The team’s rookie reflected pensively on his first year donning the blue and gold of the Thunderbirds. “It’s been pretty good. Jack and Evan have been great. I’ve known them for a very long time from Alberta, so it wasn’t too hard fitting in with them. We have a pretty young team and they’re great guys – easy to talk to; easy to be around – so it’s been fun.”

“College is very different, it’s interesting,” added Harrison, when asked about the experience of playing in this competition. “You’re playing against men unlike junior, where you’re playing against kids. I’m really taking it all in and learning a lot from all the older guys.”

After opening the third round with a five-stroke advantage, the UBC women’s team tallied a 16-over total on the day and now lead the Université de Montréal Carabins by 12 strokes. The University of Toronto Varsity Blues climbed into third at a combined 64-over 712, led by the T6 standings of Ontarians Sarah Dunning of Waterloo and Etobicoke’s Laura Upenieks, who made a hole-in-one on the par-3 eighth hole.

Thunderbird Kat Kennedy made a significant climb up the standings for the second straight day. The native of Okotoks, Alta., carded a round of 5-over 77 and at 11-over-par, leads the competition by one stroke. After holding the 18- and 36-hole leads, the Université Laval Rouge et Or’s Alexandra Pelletier now sits one-stroke shy of the leader. The native of Montréal was 13-over on the day after opening 71-72 in the competition. Porto, Portugal’s Barbara Neto-Bradley of the Thunderbirds moved into third-place at 13-over.

The competition opened with 20 men’s teams and 12 women’s teams from across the nation vying for team and individual honours. With the conclusion of the third round, the field has now been reduced to the top 10 men’s teams and the top six women’s teams, in addition to any individuals within 15 shots of the lead.

The final round of competition will see both the men’s and women’s sides begin the day at 7:30 a.m. off split tees. Additional information regarding the championship, including pairings and up-to-date scoring can be found here.

2016 CANADIAN UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS
– MEN’S DIVISION

  • 1. University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, *278-280-286-844 -20
  • 2. Queen’s University Gaels, *298-294-295-887 +23
  • 3. University of the Fraser Valley Cascades, *300-301-290-891 +27
  • 4. University of Victoria Vikes, *303-291-298-892 +28
  • 5. Niagara College Knights, *301-300-299-900 +36
  • 6. Camosun College Chargers, *298-308-298-904 +40
  • 7. University of Waterloo Warriors, *301-309-302-912 +48
  • 8. Concordia University Stingers, *302-302-309-913 +49
  • 9. University of Alberta Golden Bears, *318-304-295-917 +53
  • 9. University of Toronto Varsity Blues, *301-316-300-917 +53

DID NOT ADVANCE

  • 11. Georgian College Grizzlies, *307-307-305-919 +55
  • 12. Université de Montréal Carabins, *308-303-309-920 +56
  • 12. University of Manitoba Bisons, *305-303-312-920 +56
  • 12. Western University Mustangs, *313-300-307-920 +56
  • 15. Wilfred Laurier University Golden Hawks, *310-310-301-921 +57
  • 16. Université Laval Rouge et Or, *309-314-306-929 +65
  • 16. University of Guelph Gryphons, *310-307-312-929 +65
  • 18. University of Calgary Dinos, *308-309-313-930 +66
  • 19. École de Technologie Supérieure, *315-314-314-943 +79
  • 20. University of Lethbridge Pronghorns, *320-325-328-973 +109

2016 CANADIAN UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS
– INDIVIDUAL MEN

  • 1. Scott Secord, University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, *67-67-73-207 -9
  • 2. Jack Wood, University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, *69-73-69-211 -5
  • 2. Lawren Rowe, University of Victoria Vikes, *71-69-71-211 -5
  • 4. Andrew Harrison, University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, *70-71-73-214 -2
  • 5. Chris Crisologo, Simon Fraser University Clan, *68-76-71-215 -1
  • 5. Connor McLellan, University of the Fraser Valley Cascades, *76-73-66-215 -1
  • 5. Nate Ollis, University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, *72-71-72-215 -1
  • 5. Evan Holmes, University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, *72-71-72-215 -1
  • 9. Brady Stead, Camosun College Chargers, *69-74-74-217 +1
  • 10. Jason Martens, University of Alberta Golden Bears, *74-73-71-218 +2
  • 10. Ryan Tsang, University of Toronto Varsity Blues, *72-76-70-218 +2
  • 10. Matt Lemay, Georgian College Grizzlies, *73-71-74-218 +2
  • 13. David French, University of Waterloo Warriors, *71-76-72-219 +3
  • 13. Connor O’Dell, University of the Fraser Valley Cascades, *78-70-71-219 +3
  • 15. Josiah Dixon, Niagara College Knights, *71-76-73-220 +4
  • 16. Arthur Heinkele, Université Laval Rouge et Or, *76-75-70-221 +5
  • 16. Mark Wikkerink, Niagara College Knights, *77-72-72-221 +5
  • 18. Eric Flockhart, Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawks, *77-73-72-222 +6
  • 18. Charles Fitzsimmons, Western University Mustangs, *75-72-75-222 +6
  • 18. Chris Murray, Queen’s University Gaels, *74-75-73-222 +6
  • 21. Thomas Fuhr, University of Alberta Golden Bears, *76-73-74-223 +7
  • 21. Zach Olson, University of the Fraser Valley Cascades, *71-76-76-223 +7
  • 21. Evan Littlefield, Niagara College Knights, *73-72-78-223 +7
  • 21. Jordan Gregoris, Queen’s University Gaels, *72-69-82-223 +7
  • 25. Trevor Corner, Queen’s University Gaels, *76-74-74-224 +8
  • 25. Alexander Cartwright, University of Victoria Vikes, *77-73-74-224 +8
  • 27. Jake Adams, University of Waterloo Warriors, *76-78-72-226 +10
  • 27. Rodney Morgan, Concordia University Stingers, *78-73-75-226 +10
  • 27. Ryan Mitchell, Concordia University Stingers, *72-77-77-226 +10
  • 27. Jeremy Rose, Queen’s University Gaels, *79-76-71-226 +10
  • 31. Matt Matheson, Camosun College Chargers, *73-79-75-227 +11
  • 31. Bruce Tomie, University of Victoria Vikes, *76-75-76-227 +11
  • 33. Ian Wilson, Queen’s University Gaels, *76-76-77-229 +13
  • 34. Grant Maskiewich, Camosun College Chargers, *76-80-74-230 +14
  • 34. Andrew Funk, University of Victoria Vikes, *79-74-77-230 +14
  • 34. Gordon Gibson, University of Toronto Varsity Blues, *75-76-79-230 +14
  • 37. Scott Merriam, Camosun College Chargers, *81-75-75-231 +15
  • 38. Jacob Peterson, Concordia University Stingers, *75-77-81-233 +17
  • 39. Quinn Bunten-Walberg, University of Alberta Golden Bears, *84-78-72-234 +18
  • 39. Zackery Secord, Concordia University Stingers, *79-75-80-234 +18
  • 39. Truman Tai, University of Toronto Varsity Blues, *78-81-75-234 +18
  • 42. Dylan Cave, University of Waterloo Warriors, *82-75-78-235 +19
  • 42. Tyler Miehe, University of Toronto Varsity Blues, *76-83-76-235 +19
  • 44. Mac Keats, Camosun College Chargers, *80-81-75-236 +20
  • 44. Devin Bartlett, University of Waterloo Warriors, *76-80-80-236 +20
  • 44. Nick Schepens, Niagara College Knights, *80-80-76-236 +20
  • 47. Mitchell van Gameren, Concordia University Stingers, *77-83-77-237 +21
  • 48. Nathan Bahnman, University of the Fraser Valley Cascades, *75-82-82-239 +23
  • 49. Sam DiPinto, University of Alberta Golden Bears, *84-80-78-242 +26
  • 49. Michael Griffin, University of Victoria Vikes, *80-83-79-242 +26
  • 51. Marcus Lam, University of Toronto Varsity Blues, *79-85-79-243 +27
  • 52. Kaleb Fisher, University of the Fraser Valley Cascades, *84-85-77-246 +30
  • 53. Logan Lammerant, Niagara College Knights, *83-85-80-248 +32
  • 54. Alex Rakowski, University of Alberta Golden Bears, *93-99-87-279 +63

DID NOT ADVANCE

  • MC. Kyler Bourgeault, Vancouver Island University Mariners, *80-69-74-223 +7
  • MC. Mackenzie Dasti, UOIT Ridgebacks, *73-75-76-224 +8
  • MC. Jack Werhun, University of Manitoba Bisons, *76-74-75-225 +9
  • MC. Olivier Daneau, Université de Montréal Carabins, *76-76-74-226 +10
  • MC. Devon Schade, University of Manitoba Bisons, *73-69-84-226 +10
  • MC. Austin Ryan, Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawks, *77-76-74-227 +11
  • MC. Robbie Potesta, Vancouver Island University Mariners, *80-69-78-227 +11
  • MC. Scott Banks, University of Guelph Gryphons, *77-74-76-227 +11
  • MC. Daniel Gosselin, École de Technologie Supérieure, *76-79-73-228 +12
  • MC. Étienne Dumas, Université de Montréal Carabins, *78-74-77-229 +13
  • MC. Jake Hamilton, University of Victoria Vikes, *76-74-79-229 +13
  • MC. Mac Carter, Western University Mustangs, *81-74-75-230 +14
  • MC. Joshua Polisuk, University of Guelph Gryphons, *75-80-76-231 +15
  • MC. Christian McCullough, Humber College Hawks, *75-78-78-231 +15
  • MC. Greg Billingsley, University of Calgary Dinos, *76-76-79-231 +15
  • MC. Josh Neufeld, University of Manitoba Bisons, *80-78-74-232 +16
  • MC. Brady Zordan, Georgian College Grizzlies, *78-78-76-232 +16
  • MC. Jean-Simon Ross, Université Laval Rouge et Or, *85-75-73-233 +17
  • MC. Baptiste Mory, Université Laval Rouge et Or, *75-79-79-233 +17
  • MC. Gabriel Trempe, Université de Montréal Carabins, *75-74-84-233 +17
  • MC. Jonathan Collins, Georgian College Grizzlies, *75-80-78-233 +17
  • MC. Peter Slade, University of Calgary Dinos, *78-78-77-233 +17
  • MC. Callum Biehn, Western University Mustangs, *78-77-79-234 +18
  • MC. John Shoreman, University of Guelph Gryphons, *78-74-82-234 +18
  • MC. Philippe Sauvageau, École de Technologie Supérieure, *79-78-78-235 +19
  • MC. Michael Forbes, University of Ottawa Gee Gee’s, *78-76-81-235 +19
  • MC. Scott McNichol, University of Calgary Dinos, *75-82-78-235 +19
  • MC. Curtis O’Reilly, Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawks, *78-77-81-236 +20
  • MC. Mathieu Caron, École de technologie supérieure Piranhas, *77-80-80-237 +21
  • MC. Matthieu Kennis, Université de Montréal Carabins, *82-79-76-237 +21
  • MC. Adam Migur, Western University Mustangs, *79-80-78-237 +21
  • MC. Matt Kadatz, University of Calgary Dinos, *85-73-79-237 +21
  • MC. Ben Whiteside, Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawks, *78-84-76-238 +22
  • MC. Jeff Bleue, University of Manitoba Bisons, *76-83-79-238 +22
  • MC. Trevor Whiton, University of Guelph Gryphons, *82-79-78-239 +23
  • MC. Matthew Ritchot, University of Lethbridge Pronghorns, *73-78-89-240 +24
  • MC. Denver Dafoe, Georgian College Grizzlies, *81-78-82-241 +25
  • MC. Marc-Olivier Cyr, École de technologie supérieure Piranhas, *83-77-83-243 +27
  • MC. Christopher Lao, Western University Mustangs, *86-77-81-244 +28
  • MC. Alex Gagnon, Université de Montréal Carabins, *79-84-82-245 +29
  • MC. Connor Wilks, Wilfred Laurier University Golden Hawks, *83-84-79-246 +30
  • MC. Mitchell Taylor, University of Lethbridge Pronghorns, *82-82-82-246 +30
  • MC. Gabriel Gingras, University of Ottawa Gee Gee’s, *78-95-73-246 +30
  • MC. Daniel Knapp, Georgian College Grizzlies, *83-86-77-246 +30
  • MC. Alexis Rispal, Université Laval Rouge et Or, *78-86-84-248 +32
  • MC. Matthaus Taylor, University of Lethbridge Pronghorns, *85-83-80-248 +32
  • MC. Frédéric Matthey, Université Laval Rouge et Or, *80-85-85-250 +34
  • MC. Noel Ngo, University of Manitoba Bisons, *84-82-84-250 +34
  • MC. Nicholas Striker, University of Guelph Gryphons, *80-89-82-251 +35
  • MC. Benjamin Taylor, University of Lethbridge Pronghorns, *91-82-80-253 +37
  • MC. Brett Sheridan, University of Lethbridge Pronghorns, *80-87-86-253 +37
  • MC. Jeremy Parisien, École de Technologie Supérieure, *86-86-83-255 +39
  • MC. Drew Dougherty, University of Calgary Dinos, *79-84-92-255 +39

2016 CANADIAN UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS
– WOMEN’S DIVISION

  • 1. University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, *237-225-232-694 +46
  • 2. Université de Montréal Carabins, *242-225-239-706 +58
  • 3. University of Toronto Varsity Blues, *242-238-232-712 +64
  • 4. Université Laval Rouge et Or, *234-236-247-717 +69
  • 5. University of Victoria Vikes, *236-248-241-725 +77
  • 6. Queen’s University Gaels, *259-256-249-764 +116

DID NOT ADVANCE

  • 7. Western University Mustangs, *256-266-246-768 +120
  • 8. University of Waterloo Warriors, *255-262-257-774 +126
  • 9. Humber College Hawks, *268-244-265-777 +129
  • 10. University of Alberta Pandas, *262-267-262-791 +143
  • 11. University of Lethbridge Pronghorns, *274-284-277-835 +187
  • 12. Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawks, *291-272-291-854 +206

2016 CANADIAN UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS
– INDIVIDUAL WOMEN

  • 1. Kat Kennedy, University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, *80-70-77-227 +11
  • 2. Alexandra Pelletier, Université Laval Rouge et Or, *71-72-85-228 +12
  • 3. Barbara Neto-Bradley, University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, *79-72-78-229 +13
  • 4. Caroline Ciot, Université de Montréal Carabins, *75-73-83-231 +15
  • 5. Sarah-Andréa Landry, Université de Montréal Carabins, *84-74-76-234 +18
  • 6. Sarah Dunning, University of Toronto Varsity Blues, *82-77-76-235 +19
  • 6. Laura Upenieks, University of Toronto Varsity Blues, *77-79-79-235 +19
  • 8. Quinn Fitzgerald, University of Victoria Vikes, *76-81-82-239 +23
  • 9. Eunice Hong, University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, *80-83-77-240 +24
  • 10. Veronique Fortin-Latreille, Université de Montréal Carabins, *83-78-80-241 +25
  • 11. Kelsey Fuchs, University of Toronto Varsity Blues, *83-82-77-242 +26
  • 11. Elizabeth Asselin, Université Laval Rouge et Or, *84-79-79-242 +26
  • 13. Robyn Campbell, Queen’s University Gaels, *82-84-80-246 +30
  • 13. Avril Li, University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, *78-84-84-246 +30
  • 15. Michaela Abey, University of Victoria Vikes, *83-86-78-247 +31
  • 15. Catherine Gariépy, Université Laval Rouge et Or, *79-85-83-247 +31
  • 17. Melissa Ramnauth, Queen’s University Gaels, *84-81-83-248 +32
  • 17. Ana Peric, University of Toronto Varsity Blues, *83-83-82-248 +32
  • 19. Cadence Hellmann, University of Victoria Vikes, *87-81-81-249 +33
  • 20. Laura Ferreira, University of Victoria Vikes, *77-91-82-250 +34
  • 21. Julie Brossoit, Université de Montréal Carabins, *85-98-85-268 +52
  • 22. Samantha Gold, Queen’s University Gaels, *93-92-86-271 +55
  • 23. Marianne Gagnon, Université Laval Rouge et Or, *93-94-87-274 +58
  • 24. Jennifer Kates, Queen’s University Gaels, *103-91-93-287 +71

DID NOT ADVANCE

  • MC. Claire Konning, University of Waterloo Warriors, *79-82-82-243 +27
  • MC. Samantha Coates, Carleton University Ravens, *86-78-83-247 +31
  • MC. Sheila McKeen, Humber College Hawks, *83-80-84-247 +31
  • MC. Kristen Lee, University of Alberta Pandas, *78-88-83-249 +33
  • MC. Jordon Newlands, Western University Mustangs, *84-83-83-250 +34
  • MC. Lorelle Weavers, Niagara College Knights, *84-96-74-254 +38
  • MC. Sara Holland, Western University Mustangs, *82-95-79-256 +40
  • MC. Lisa Reid, University of Lethbridge Pronghorns, *84-85-87-256 +40
  • MC. Tasha MacDonald, Western University Mustangs, *90-88-84-262 +46
  • MC. Kristyn Kurio, University of Alberta Pandas, *85-89-89-263 +47
  • MC. Michaela DiMarcantonio, Humber College Hawks, *92-82-89-263 +47
  • MC. Laura Luna, University of Waterloo Warriors, *84-90-92-266 +50
  • MC. Sonia Nagindas, Humber College Hawks, *93-82-92-267 +51
  • MC. Elanna Lachaine-DeMarchi, University of Waterloo Warriors, *95-93-83-271 +55
  • MC. Skylar Turkiewicz, Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawks, *89-92-94-275 +59
  • MC. Alex Garcia, University of Waterloo Warriors, *92-90-94-276 +60
  • MC. Brianna Bruni-Bossio, University of Alberta Pandas, *99-90-90-279 +63
  • MC. Sarah Geurten, Western University Mustangs, *95-96-94-285 +69
  • MC. Kaitlyn Benoit, University of Lethbridge Pronghorns, *94-100-93-287 +71
  • MC. Jamie Wood, Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawks, *103-92-94-289 +73
  • MC. Aly Medeiros, Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawks, *99-88-103-290 +74
  • MC. Emma Degenhardt, University of Lethbridge Pronghorns, *96-99-97-292 +76
  • MC. Lindsay Voogt, Humber College Hawks, *106-98-93-297 +81
  • MC. Kathleen McLean, University of Alberta Pandas, *112-114-109-335 +119
  • MC. Erin Lee, University of Lethbridge Pronghorns, *122-115-114-351 +135

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