ROSSLAND, Wash. - Walla Walla Community College's men's and women's golf teams concluded the two-day Central Washington Invitational Tuesday with a tourney victory for Dona Dunovant on the women's side and a pair of top finishes for the men.
Dunovant posted a total score of 176 to win by a pair of strokes.
"Dona played really well again," said WWCC head coach Mike Rostollan. "She is probably the best player in our entire conference at this point."
The men were paced by Max Levitch's total of 154, which placed him third, five shots off the pace set by Skagit Valley's Jeff Neeley. WWCC also got a score of 155 from Cory Spencer, which was good for fourth.
No team scores were kept on the women's side, but the men placed second also receiving two day totals of 158 from Brady Fay and Nick Warren, 159 from Dakotah Hull and Eric Wright, 165 from Drew Morgan, and 169 from Sean Pedersen and Ryan Hodel.
"I think our top two guys had a great showing," Rostollan said. "It's a great course, and it played really difficult, but our guys handled it well, and I'm pleased with how we performed overall."
Next for WWCC is a home event at Wine Valley Golf Course on Oct. 25 and 26, which should feature around a dozen teams.
"It's always a great event and something we look forward to every year," Rostollan said. "Hopefully the weather holds because it's a terrific course and in great shape right now."