(Bristol, IL.) – As the saying goes, what a difference a day makes. Yesterday heavy rains washed out play at Blackberry Oaks Golf Course for Aurora University's Double Gun Tournament, which Waubonsee Community College was set to participate in. Twenty-four hours later the Chiefs hosted the second Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference (ISCC) match of the season on the same course under sunny skies with pleasant temperatures.
By the end of the round it was the College of Lake County that walked away with the team title and medalist honors. The Lancers tallied a team total of 326 to win it, while Oakton Community College was second just one shot ahead of Moraine Valley Community College. Lake County's Trevor Gregory carded a 5-over par 77 on the soggy course to win the individual title. Oakton's Nate Dunker came in second just a shot behind Gregory with a 78.
Waubonsee's Austen Velazquez was third with a 79, firing a 38 on the back nine to get into contention. The Chiefs had only two other participants and did not qualify for the team scoring. Collmann Aaron rebounded from a tough front nine, tallying a 37 after the turn on the way to finishing with an 83. Waubonsee's Carter Imel ended the day with a 93. The Chiefs are in action again next Wednesday, September 11 when they travel to Pine Meadow Golf Course in Mundelein for the third ISCC match of the season.
Waubonsee's Austen Velazquez