Wednesday, May 27, 2015 - Submitted by Athletic Dept
The St. Clair College women’s varsity golf team failed to gain any ground during the second round of the Canadian University/College Championship.
The Championships are being played at Cutten Fields in Guelph, ON and are conducted by Golf Canada. Round three is scheduled for Thursday and the final round on Friday.
The Saints are currently in 10th place out of 12 schools taking part in the event. St. Clair is the only college taking part in this 13th annual tournament. Laura Martin (Chatham) led the way again for St. Clair with a round of 82. Her two day total of 165 (+23) has her in 19th place out of 48 golfers. She is 16 strokes off the lead. Other scores for St. Clair on the day were Ashley Unrau (St. Thomas) with a 85 , Victoria Ducharme (Windsor) 95 and April Lesperance (Belle River) 103. The average score on the day for all of the female competitors was 84.99.