CANBY, Ore. -- A tough second day for the Lewis & Clark Pioneers dropped them out of second place to finish third behind Whitman and George Fox. None of the five golfers representing the Pioneers were able to break 80 in the wet course conditions.
The Pioneers ended 13 strokes behind second place Whitman after the Blues shaved 21 strokes off their day one total. George Fox placed six of their eight golfers in the top 10 and took home the tournament title with a two day total of 603.
Senior Mady Rhodenbaugh was named all-tournament team after placing 6th with a round of 80. Rhodenbaugh had trouble down the stretch finishing 5-over in the last four holes but finished with a two day total of 156.
Annie McCutchan had a tough stretch of four straight bogeys early on the front side but carded one birdie to end with an 83 and finish in 10th. Jane Almeida started her day off with a triple bogey on the first side but turned it around to shot 40 on the backside and finish with a round of 83.
Freshman Kamryn Ford shot 40 on the front side but followed it up with two double bogeys on the back side to end with an 84 and a two day total of 166. Senior Tori Eichten carded two birdies on the final day but a tough finish saw her go 6-over in the last three holes and finish with 86.
- Rhodenbaugh was third in the field for total number of pars (24)
- Eichten, Ford and McCutchan all carded two birdies over two days
- Rhodenbaugh was named all-tournament team
- The Pioneers finished 30 strokes ahead of fourth place Corban
The Pioneers conclude their fall season with the NWC Fall Classic at Michelbook Country Club on Oct 13-14.
The Lewis & Clark Pioneers are in second place after day one of the Culturame Classic hosted by George Fox. The Pioneers shot a 321 and sit 18 strokes off the leader, George Fox, and nine strokes ahead of Whitman.
Senior Mady Rhodenbaugh led the Pioneers today with a 4-over round of 76 and currently sits in a tie for second. Annie McCutchan birdied the final hole to finish with a 79 and freshman Kamryn Ford carded two birdies to end with an 82. Jane Almeida is currently in a tie for 16th after carding an 84 and two spots back of her is Tori Eichten who shot 87.