By Ali Lee, Vikes Communications

VICTORIA, B.C. – The University of Victoria Vikes women’s golf team finished in third place at the Association of Independent Institutions Championship Monday, Apr. 23 at the Antelope Hills Golf Course in Prescott, Arizona. Third-year Vike and recently named UVic female athlete of the year, Megan Woodland (Victoria, BC) won the individual title with a two-round score of 4-over-par, 148.


Woodland shot 76-72 over the two days on the 6150-yard course to finish two strokes ahead of second placed finishers Jessica Macphee, of Thomas University, and Kylie Barros and Alyssa Human, both from the University of British Columbia. Human and Barros lead the Thunderbirds to the AII Championship title and a berth to the 20th Annual NAIA Women’s Golf National Championships. Cal State-San Marcos finished in second place, 11 strokes behind UBC.

Second-year Brynn Tomie (Bedford, NS) shot back-to-back 79’s to finish 14-over-par, 158, while third-year Michaela Misener (Stanhope, PEI) bested her round one score of 82 by four strokes to finish 16-over-par, 160.

UVic’s Victoria Kondrak (Victoria, BC) carded a 160 and Pamela Desmarais (Victoria, BC) finished with 166.

1st – UBC 601
2nd – San Marcos 612
3rd – Victoria 625

Megan Woodland (76-72) 148
Brynn Tomie (79-79) 158
Michaela Misener (82-78) 160
Victoria Kondrak (78-84) 162
Pam Desmarais (79-87) 166