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Choi not enough for BC golf

Marcus Castro, Reporter

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Bakersfield College men’s golf team continues to struggle as the season nears the end.

The team traveled to Glendale College on April 13 to compete in a tournament.

BC took eighth place in the tournament with a team score of 443. College of the Canyons came in first place.

Jeremy Choi led the team with a score of 83.

Bowdy Caroll shot an 86, Brad Chamberlain shot a 90, and Jarret Buntley and Jerren Walter shot a 92.

The BC men traveled to Ventura on April 20 to compete in a tournament.

BC once again placed eighth with a team score of 397, which happens to be their best team score all season.

Canyons took first place with a team score of 362, and Will Mullins of Canyons placed first as an individual with a score of 69.

Choi, as usual, led the team with a score of 75. He looks to play well in the Western State Conference finals and in the State Championship.

Walter shot a 76, Chamberlain shot an 80, and Tal Pruett and Buntley shot an 83.

The BC men will travel to Antelope Valley to compete in the WSC Finals on April 27. They will also travel to Ventura to compete in the WSC Southern California Championships on May 3.

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Marcus Castro is a contributing editor on The Rip this semester. He was the Editor in Chief in Fall 2015. Marcus is putting much of his focus toward page...

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Choi not enough for BC golf