Bulldog Men and Women Begin Year With Dominating Wins at NWAC Golf Opener

Chad Hall tore up the Avalon GC layout shooting an amazing 4-under par round of 68 en route to medalist honors and leading the BC men to the team title at the Cardinal Classic at Avalon GC.  photo by Rich Dworkis
Chad Hall tore up the Avalon GC layout shooting an amazing 4-under par round of 68 en route to medalist honors and leading the BC men to the team title at the Cardinal Classic. photo by Rich Dworkis

Bellevue College’s men’s and women’s golf team came out sizzling hot to start off the 2014-15 golf season with convincing team wins on both sides at the Skagit Cardinal Classic held at Avalon GC in Burlington, WA. The men cruised to a 2-stroke win while the women topped second place Spokane by 46 strokes. The dominating wins are an early indication that Head Coach Bryan Stevens has recruited a frontline group of golfers that are ready to contend for the NWAC title in May.  Chad Hall earned medalist honors and went low on day one firing a 5-under par 67 on the 6,500 yard track. He bested fellow teammate Taylor Smith by one shot as Smith carded a 4-under par round of 68. Both shot 75 on day two to finish one-two in the individual standings. Jack Strickland played consistently both days shooting 74-74 while Max Tuckner carded a two-day total of 154 (78-76) to round out Bellevue’s scoring. On the women’s side, freshmen Kendra Meeker (88-80) and Meg McMullen (81-88) led Bellevue’s team and also got help from another freshman Dana Fox who shot 88-84. The three Bulldog newcomers finished fourth-fifth-sixth overall in the individual. It was the balanced attack of the three freshmen propelled Bellevue to the large margin of victory.

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Last Updated September 29, 2014