By Ali Lee, Vikes Communications
February 13, 2013, Victoria, BC (ISN) – Following as stellar day-one performance, University of Victoria Vikes women’s golfer Megan Woodland (Victoria, BC), continued her winning ways on Feb. 12 to win the individual title at the Super San Diego Championship, hosted by Point Loma Nazarene University.
Woodland finished first after shooting a round two score of 79 to finish 5-over 149 (70-79), one stroke ahead of Sonoma State’s Spencer Heller, who finished 6-over 150 (73-77). Grand Canyon University’s Charlotte Jaengkit finished third after carding 8-over 152 (78-74).
“The golf course was playing incredibly hard today,” said Vikes head coach Bryan Carbery. “The greens were super fast and Megan’s scores yesterday and today were just phenomenal. She had a great tournament.”
CSU-San Marcos picked up the winning team score of 626 (316-310) with four top-10 finishers, followed by Grand Canyon University with a team score of 632 (315-317).
The Vikes women finished ninth overall after a round two score of 331 to finish with a team score of 658 (327-331). Competing for the Vikes were Brynn Tomie (Bedford, NS), who finished tied for 33rd with a score of 21-over 165 (80-85), Michaela Abey (Abbotsford, B.C.), who finished tied for 56th with a score of 27-over 171 (83-88). Vike Emily Nicol (Kelowna, BC) finished tied for 68th and Michaela Misener (Stanhope, PEI) finished tied for 75th.
9 Victoria – BC 327-331 658
1 Megan Woodland 70-79 149
T 33 Brynn Tomie 80-85 165
T 56 Michaela Abey 88-83 171
T 68 Emily Nichol 89-84 173
T 75 Michaela Misener 89-87 176