Blog 111, 4/18/11 - Vikings Lead At Coeur d'Alene, Goodwin Wins Fourth GNAC POW Award, Spring Field Day At Lake Padden A Great Success

The 14th hole's island green at Coeur d'Alene.

The Vikings, going for the fourth straight Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championship title in a row, lead this year's tournament by five strokes after 36 holes.
The team shot rounds of 297 and 296 at the Coeur d'Alene Resort Course in Coeur d'Alene, ID. in today's challenging mix of wind, sleet and rain, to finish the day on 25-over 593. St Martin's is currently second on 598.
Nick Varelia leads the individual standings on two-over 144 following rounds of 74 and 70. Teammate Dylan Goodwin (see below for news of his fourth GNAC Player of the Week Award)  is second after two 73s. The team's other members are Xavier Dailly, the tournament's defending champion, who is tied for sixth on 151, Sandy Vaughan who's tied for 10th on 153, and Brian Barhanovich who's two places further back on 156. 36-hole scores here.

Dylan Goodwin won his fourth Great Northwest Athletics Conference (GNAC) Player of the Week Award following his seventh-place finish at the CSU Stanislaus Invitational (April 11, 12) at Turlock Golf & Country Club in Turlock, CA., about 100 miles east of San Francisco. The sophomore from Mukilteo who transfered from the University of Washington at the start of the fall season, shot 75, 70, 72 on the 6,641-yard course to complete the 54 holes on one-over 217. It was Goodwin's sixth top ten finish from nine tournaments, and he leads the GNAC with a scoring average of 72.8.

An impressive 99 golfers played in Saturday's Spring Field Day, the third event on this season's men's club calendar, at Lake Padden. Bobby Fields too low Gross with a fine two-under 70 while Net winner was Neil Goit who shot a 74 for a Net 61. Results here. Money list after three events here. The next event is the Two-Man Best Ball on April 30th. Play will be off the Green Tees and Winter Rules will be in effect. The handicap differential between each team's two players cannot be greater than nine (partner may play down to legal handicap limit). Format here.

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