The Western Mustangs are the champions of Ontario University Athletics women’s golf for the fourth consecutive year.
Cheryl Beech (Forest, Ont.), Caitlin Jennings (West Vancouver, Ont.), Stephanie Grenier (Sherbrooke, Que.) and Lisa Boyko (Mississauga) shot a team total of 496. They were 11 strokes ahead of silver medalists, the Waterloo Warriors. The Toronto Varsity Blues took home bronze with a two-day total of 510.
On the men’s side, the Toronto Varsity Blues won their first OUA men’s golf title since 1988. Scott Samuel (Oakville), Daly Kim (Toronto), Nick Clark (Riverview, N.B.), Adrian Cord (Toronto), and Mark Bania (Kitchener) shot a two-day total of 621. The Waterloo Warriors narrowly missed gold with 623, while the host McMaster Marauders won bronze with a score of 627.
The 36-hole tournament was held over two days at Crosswinds Golf & Country Club in Burlington. The three low gross scores on each women’s team following each 18-hole round were used to determine the team champion, while the four low gross scores after each round were used to determine the men’s champion.
Individually, Danielle Greene (Gananoque, Ont.) of the Varsity Blues shot a two-day total of 150 to finish in first place on the women’s side. Tiffany Terrier (Toronto) of the Waterloo Warriors finished in second place shooting a 155, while Beech took bronze with a total of 163.
Humphrey Yeung (Markham, Ont.) of the Carleton Ravens took the top prize on the men’s side with a score of 148.
Patrick Forbes (Toronto) of the Queen’s Gaels shot a 149 to take the silver, while John Atherton (Toronto) of the Laurentian Voyageurs and Toronto’s Cord tied for third at 150.