Men’s team finishes fourth

The RDC men’s golf team finished fourth in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference North Regionals at Redtail Landing Monday.

LEDUC — The RDC men’s golf team finished fourth in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference North Regionals at Redtail Landing Monday.

RDC finished with 660 points over the two days with Grant MacEwan first with 610, NAIT with 638, Olds 644 and Medicine Hat 676.

Joel Carroll, Connor Ablett and Dylan Goranson all shot 82 Monday.

On the women’s side, MacEwan had 310 points, Medicine Hat 394, RDC 496 and Olds 497.

The RDC teams will compete in the South Regionals this weekend in Lethbridge prior to the ACAC finals in Medicine Hat the following weekend.

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