Men's Golf Finishes NWC Fall Classic in 6th Place

Men's Golf Finishes NWC Fall Classic in 6th Place


OREGON CITY, Ore. - The Lewis & Clark men's golf team finished the Northwest Conference Fall Classic in sixth place with a two day score of 635. The Willamette Bearcats won the first of the NWC's three championship tournaments with a combined score of 587. 

The Pioneers, who hosted the Fall Classic at Stone Creek Golf Club, knocked off 11 strokes on day two finishing with a 312 to go with their 323 from day one. 

Trevor Foster shaved four strokes off during the second round, earning him 18th place with a two day score of 156 (80+76). Reid Sata ended the tournament with back-to-back 79's for a 158 and share of 23rd place. 

Drew Groshong also ended the second round with a 79 to go with his 82 for a 161. Scott Owen concluded the tournament with a 161 (83+78) sharing 27th place with Groshong. Niklaus Parcell rounded out the Pioneers scoring with a 162 (82+80). 

Willamette's Ryan Kukula was the individual medalist with a two day score of 143 after finishing one under par (67+76).

Pacific Lutheran were the runners up with a 596, while Puget Sound took home third place with a 606. Whitworth ended the tournament in fourth (608), Linfield earned fifth (626), Pacific finished in seventh (664), Whitman took home eighth (665) and George Fox rounded out the team scoring in ninth (675).