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Charlie Shumway hits a golf ball from the tee box.
Charlie Shumway (photo courtesy of Kelly Young)

Men's golf finishes up at SCIAC Championships

VENTURA, Calif. – The Chapman University men's golf team had its best round in the final 18 holes of the SCIAC Championships but fell to eighth place to end the season. Connor Conley led Chapman at the championship event, finishing 24th.

As a team, the Panthers shot a 298 (+10) to wrap up the SCIAC Championships. While Chapman's score was its lowest of the tournament, every team was at 290 (+2) or below. The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Stags took the team title. Chapman finished with a three-day score of 907 (+43).

Conley turned in a card of 73-76-74 for the three round championship, finishing seven over par with a 223. Charlie Shumway had Chapman's low round of the day with a 73 (+1) to move up to 28th overall. Arthur Venderby had his best round on Monday as he finished with an even par 72 and tied Shumway in 28th.

The Panthers opened the tournament with a 304 (+16) on Sunday and followed with a 305 (+17) on Monday.

The Panthers finish seventh overall in the team SCIAC standings after factoring in the results of SCIAC 1 and SCIAC 2.

By Steven Olveda
Sports Information Director