Queens second at regionals

The RDC women’s placed second and the men third in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference northern regional golf playdowns at Goose Hummock Sunday.

Queens second at regionals

GIBBONS — The RDC women’s placed second and the men third in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference northern regional golf playdowns at Goose Hummock Sunday.

MacEwan College won the women’s title with a 375 total over two days while RDC came in at 387. The top two scores count edach day.

Caitlyn Keliher led the RDC team with rounds of 93-92 for a 185 total which left her third overall.

Paulina Johnson shot back-to-back rounds of 102 while Lauren Goranson shot 102-113.

NAIT took the men’s team title with a 656 total while MacEwan was at 658, RDC 668 and Concordia 735. The top four men each day count toward the team total.

Jordie Weich led the RDC team with a 161 total following rounds of 83-78, which left him in fifth place.

Aaron Dyck placed 10th at 85-79—164 while Aaron Haakman shot 85-82—167, Eric de Wit 91-85—176, and Dylan Winnicki and Jordan Stevens, both had 91-89—180.

The RDC teams will compete in the ACAC championship Sunday and Monday at Wintergreen in Calgary.

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