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BC golf takes third place

Esteban Ramirez, Sports Editor

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Bakersfield College women’s golf team managed to take third place at the Western State Conference tournament at College of the Canyons on Oct. 8.

Glendale College and Canyons tied for first with 321, so they had a card off to decide the winner and Glendale ended up taking first. BC ended with 370 to take third out of five teams.

Kambria Ulrich led the way for the Renegades with an 86. Chelsey Roberts scored 92, Melissa Lopez had 94, Andrea Marquez had 99 and Taylor Kurtz had 102.

“I think we did OK,” said BC coach Bob Paillet. “We played in a very long course. It was 6,000 yards, so I thought we did OK.

“I think it has been a learning process for the freshmen, but I think they’re beginning to understand a little bit better.

“It’s a big difference between high school golf and college golf, and now they’re starting to understand that. I think they were a little intimidated by some of the other kids, but now they’re starting to see that they can play with them.”

BC’s next scheduled tournament will be the final WSC tournament of the regular season, and it will be on Oct. 22 at Bakersfield. Then, BC will host the WSC Finals tournament on Oct. 28-29.

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