BU ninth, fifth at golf provincials

By Staff Writer

The university golf season wrapped up on Tuesday as the three day provincial championships came to an end in Montreal. The Bishop’s men’s team finished in 9th place out of 12 completing teams according to the RSEQ’s inscrutable scoring system. Laval took home the league banner after a playoff with Concordia.
Individually, Arthur Heinkélé of Laval won the tournament shooting four over par (75-73-69), while Maxime Marengère from UQO and Baptiste Mory of Laval tied for second, four strokes behind.
The top Gaiter was Patrick D’Amour, who finished in 29th place (83-81-77). One stroke behind him were teammates Jake Sterio and Nicolas Dupuis-Gaudreault, who tied for 30th. Mark Fitzpatrick (50) and Richard Hoffsummer (52) rounded out the Gaiter lineup.
On the women’s side, Caroline Ciot from Montreal won the tournament finishing at +8 over the three rounds (73-75-73). Elizabeth Asselin (+14) and Alexandra Pelletier (+17) from Laval finished in second and third. The top Gaiter was Lindsey Reid who tied for 15th place (88-88-89). Zoë Whitfield and Virginie Dupuis-Gaudreault finished 21st and 22nd respectively. As a team, the Bishop’s women finished fifth out of five teams. Montreal finished first.

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