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College of Idaho Women Hold Top Spot, Corban Men Overtake Host Owls

Sep 30, 2013
College of Idaho Women Hold Top Spot, Corban Men Overtake Host Owls

MEDFORD, Ore. – The College of Idaho women placed five individuals in the top seven spots to secure a first place in the women’s team event, while the Corban men shot a 314 on the final day to take over first place from Oregon Tech, in the five-team two day Border Battle held at Centennial Golf Course on Sunday and Monday in Medford. College of Idaho totaled a score of 645 with Corban shooting a 621 to earn the team titles.

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An even-par 72 gave Corban’s Jared Lambert the individual championship, shooting a one-over 145 (73-73) in the two day event. College of Idaho’s Baylee Borchers (81-72), meanwhile, bounced back with an even-par 72, taking the lead from teammate Katherine Reed, and earning top honors on the women’s side with a two round total of 153. Reed recorded a two day total of 155 (78-77).

For the women Corban University finished second (710) with Brooke Spencer leading the Warriors with a 158 (78-78). One stroke behind CU was Cal Pac member Simpson University with a total of 711 led by Christina Phelps’ 175 (86-89). Fourth was host Oregon Tech with a 752. Alyssa Clements (88-85) edged out teammate Mallory Rose (86-92) by a 173 to 178 score to lead the Owls. Menlo College had two competitors withdraw and did not finish in the team standings.

On the men’s side David Murphy (77-77) and Dalton Durrell (73-82) finished 2-3 individually to help Oregon Tech to a second place team finish with a 634 score. Menlo College kept it consistent with a 319-317 (636) to earn third in the team standings. College of Idaho’s Kyle DeLorey, tied for second place individually (75-79), helped the Yotes to a fourth place finish, just three strokes behind the Owls in second place, with a score of 637. Simpson University came back from a first round 332 to score a team total 315 on day two (647) just 10 shots behind the fourth place spot.



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