Camosun golfers capture lead in PACWEST play

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Camosun’s Jarred Callbeck, Men’s Individual Leader at the Kwantlen Invitational

September 17, 2012, Surrey, BC (ISN) – A big win at this weekend’s Kwantlen Invitational tournament in Surrey has bumped the Camosun College Chargers up to first place in the PACWEST men’s golf standings.

Formerly in second place, Camosun came up a spot to overtake last week’s leaders, the University of the Fraser Valley Cascades.

The Chargers shot the low scores on both days of the two-day tournament at the Hazelmere Golf and Country Club, finishing eight strokes ahead of the pack with a total of 593.

Charger newcomer Jarred Callbeck led the Camosun squad for a second week and captured the men’s individual two-day low shooting 146 (72, 74). Camosun’s Jared Hundza shot 148 (74, 74) to take fifth place, while teammates Brady Stead (74, 76) and Grant Maskiewich (75, 75) tied for tenth with totals of 150 apiece.

“Not a bad weekend for us,” commented Chargers Head Coach John Randle. “Jarred Callbeck took individual honours and we won the event by eight. Still lots of work to do to eliminate some errors but our depth is paying off as Brady Stead and Grant Maskiewich, playing in our #4 and 5 spots both contributed solid scores for us this weekend. We are looking forward to a couple of weeks of practice to prepare for the third event at VIU.”

The Vancouver Island University Mariners will host the next PACWEST tournament at the Nanaimo Golf and Country Club on September 29-30.

Heading into the third event of the four-tournament series, the Chargers lead by six strokes with a cumulative total of 1174. UFV is in second place with 1180 and VIU is third with 1185.

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Christian J. Stewart
Christian is a professional photographer and media professional based in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Currently working as the Assistant General Manager for Victoria HarbourCats Baseball Club, a Senior Contributing Editor and photographer at Independent Sports News (ISN) and operating his own freelance photography and media/pr company.

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