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LC State Women’s Golf Wraps Up Regular Season at Warrior Invitational

4/16/2024 | Randy Isbelle | Sports Information Intern
LEWISTON, Idaho – Deana Caruso scored a top-five finish and the (RV) Lewis-Clark State Women’s Golf team finished in second place in the Warrior Invitational at the Lewiston Golf and Country Club on Tuesday.

 

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“Our last regular season event in the books,” coach Zach Anderson said. “Hosting can be a lot, but it’s also a great opportunity for the players to play a course they are comfortable with. I want to thank Lewiston Golf and Country Club, our athletic administration staff and all the volunteers that helped this tournament run so smoothly.”

 

Caruso opened her round on No. 12 with a birdie and added another birdie on No. 18. The senior finished the final round at 2-over, 74 and finished three strokes off the lead with a tournament score of 7-over, 151.

 

Isabella Barquet just missed out on a top-10 finish in a tie for 11th. Barquet shot a 10-over, 82 in her final round and finished with a score of 157, two strokes shy of athe top 10. Dallis Shockey improved on her first round by four strokes in a round that included a birdie on No. 15 to finish one stroke behind Barquet in a tie for 13th.

 

“The women didn’t have their best today, but they really battled,” Anderson said. “Deana and Dallis came back today with a couple of great rounds.”

 

Kyla Currie started with a quadruple-bogey eight on No. 11 and struggled to find her footing in the final round but bounced back for a birdie on her final hole of the day to finish inside the top 15.

 

The Warriors shot a team score of 46-over, 622 for the tournament, 21 strokes behind winner No. 1 British Columbia and 11 shots better than third place No. 18 Oregon Tech.

 

“We beat two ranked teams,” Anderson said. “I really think this was a great tournament for our women to grow in the experience and take these lessons to conference.”

 

Team scores – 1, British Columbia 301–601. 2, LC State 315–622. 3, Oregon Tech 319–633. 4, Rocky Mountain 313–634. 5, Southern Oregon 330–667. 6, Walla Walla 453–852.

 

Individual winner – Elizabeth Labbe, British Columbia 73–148.

 

LC State scores – 4, Deana Caruso 74–151. T11, Isabella Barquet 82–157. T13, Dallis Shockey 77–158. T15, Kyla Currie 84–159. 19, Natalia Gomez 82–162.

 

Individual LC State scores – T23, Chase Caruso 85–170. 35, Myah Parsons 95–190.

 

UP NEXT

The Warriors will play in the Cascade Conference Championships at Loomis Trail in Blaine, Wash., on April 29-May 1.

 

Stay up to date with all things Warrior Athletics at lcwarriors.com and on social media @LCWarriors.

 

Third Straight Win for Brown Leads Warrior Men to Second-Place Finish

4/16/2024 | Randy Isbelle | Sports Information Intern
LEWISTON, Idaho – Bryden Brown won the individual title in a playoff for the third consecutive tournament and the Lewis-Clark State Men’s Golf team finished in second at the Warrior Invitational at the Lewiston Golf and Country Club on Tuesday.

 

“Our last regular season event in the books,” coach Zach Anderson said. “Hosting can be a lot, but it’s also a great opportunity for the players to play a course they are comfortable with. I want to thank Lewiston Golf and Country Club, our athletic administration staff and all the volunteers that helped this tournament run so smoothly.”

 

Brown started his final round on fire with birdies on Nos. 2, 5 and 6. Four bogies in the next eight holes had the Moscow, Idaho, native in a tie for first place with Jake Johnson of Rocky Mountain (Mont.). The two were in the same group and played shot-for-shot over the final five holes, including a pair of birdies on No. 18 to conclude the three rounds in a tie at 7-under, 209 for the tournament.

 

“Man, it’s tough to put into words how these last three events have been for him,” Anderson said. “He’s proving he’s one of the best in the nation and I’m hoping he starts to get that recognition.”

 

In the playoff hole on No. 18, Brown sunk his putt for birdie to win his third individual title in as many tournaments, each one coming down to a playoff.

 

The Warriors were well represented on the leaderboard. Alex Navarro recorded six birdies including four of the final six holes to shoot a 2-under ,70 and finished in third place, two strokes behind the leaders.

 

Hunter Millsap shot a clean final round with four birdies and no bogies for a 4-under, 68 to finish in fourth place. Oscar Behle recorded four birdies and five bogies in his final round to finish in a tie for fifth place at even-par, 216. Both Millsap and Behle were playing as individuals in the tournament.

 

“The men fought, but came up short as a team,” Anderson said. “The men did not lose this tournament, they just got beat by a better team today. UBC had a great round today. We showed some fight coming in, but it was just a little too late. Proud of everyone and how they battled.”

 

As a team, LC State shot 7-over, 295 in the final round and finished 12 strokes behind winner No. 5 British Columbia. The Warriors had an 11-stroke gap to third-place finisher (RV) Rocky Mountain.

 

“We will regroup these next few days and hit the road for the conference championship in a couple of weeks,” Anderson said.

 

Team scores – 1, British Columbia 282–858. 2, LC State 295–870. 3, Rocky Mountain 292–881. 4, College of Idaho 298–895. T5, Oregon Tech 309–903. T5, Southern Oregon 294–903. 7, Corban 301–916. 8, Multnomah 307–927. 9, Bushnell 313–934. 10, Walla Walla 313–936.

 

Individual winner – Bryden Brown, LC State 72–209.

 

Other LC State scores – 3, Alex Navarro 70–211.  T14, Luke West 77–222. T37, Sondre Andresen 76–232. T40, Kye Krall 81–234.

 

Individual LC State scores – 4, Hunter Millsap 68–215. T5, Oscar Behle 73–216. 28, Owen Pearson 74–227.

 

UP NEXT

The Warriors will play in the Cascade Conference Championships at Loomis Trail in Blaine, Wash., on April 29-May 1.

 

Stay up to date with all things Warrior Athletics at lcwarriors.com and on social media @LCWarriors.

Lewis-Clark State Sports Information | lcwarriors.com
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