Queens fall back at nationals

It was another tough day for the RDC golf team at the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association championships on Thursday.

WINDSOR, Ont. — It was another tough day for the RDC golf team at the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association championships on Thursday.

After the second round the Queens had fallen from fourth place to sixth and sit at 95-over-par, following a round of 195.

Cegep Champlain St. Lawrence remains in first at 18-over, UBC Okanagan is second at 35-over and Humber College is third at 41-over.

The top Queen was still Pauline Johnson in 13th place despite shooting a 98 — she has a two-day total of 189. She was in ninth place after the first round. One shot back is teammate Caitlyn Kelliher who fired a 97 to sit at 190 and 47 over. Lauren Goranson rounded out the Queens in 21st with a 115 for a two day total of 215 and 73-over. The top two scores went towards the team score.

The Kings had a 15-shot improvement over the first round, but were unable to move up in the standings and still sit 14th out of 15 teams at 79-over (331-316 — 347).

Humber College is first at 24-over, Cegep second at 26-over, and Camosun and Niagra College are tied at 34-over.

Leading the Kings was Eric deWit in a tie for 38th with a 76 for a two-day total of 156 to sit 14-over. Jordie Weich is four shots back with his second consecutive 80 for a 160 total and a share of 60th. Aaron Haakman shot a 78 to sit at a 164 total and 22-over. Jordan Stevens sits in a tie fir 78th after an 82 has him at 169 and 27 shots over. Aaron Dyck shot an 86 for a 171 total and a share of 85th place at 29 over.

The championships wrap up today.

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