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WWU Golf: Men and women both lead after first day at GNAC tourney

WWU Golf: Men and women both lead after first day at GNAC tourney

Photo: KPUG/Courtesy of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.

The Western Washington University men’s and women’s golf teams were both in first place at the start of today’s final round at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championship in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho. The men led Northwest Nazarene by four strokes.  The women were up by eight over Montana State Billings.

Kyle Schrader began the day in first place with a two-stroke lead in the individual race on the men’s side at 2-under 140.  Anna Bourland was tied for the women’s lead.

(KPUG Newsroom)

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