EWC golf second at McCook tournament

MCCOOK, Neb. – The Eastern Wyoming College Lancer golf team finished second with a score of 628 at the McCook Community College tournament held September 12-13.

McCook won the tournament with a score of 620.

“We struggled a bit in McCook,” EWC coach Zach Smith said. “McCook has been improving each week, so I wasn’t surprised to see them take advantage of things at home.”  

Freshman golfer Tomas Kubata, Prague, Czech Republic, tied for first in the tournament shooting scores of 77 and 70 for a 147.

“I was pleased to see Tomas play well both days, especially the second day when he shot -2 to tie for the individual win,” Smith said.

Other Lancer scores were as follows:

Mason Hale, sophomore, Atkinson, Neb., 77, 76 – 153, 3rd

JoVin Tan, sophomore, Taiping, Malaysia, 81, 76 – 157, 5th

Max Maynard, freshman, Colchester, United Kingdom, 75, 86 – 161, tied 7th

Lucas Howell, freshman, Colorado Springs, Colo., 88, 73 – 161, tied 7th

RJ Moya, sophomore, Three Rivers, Texas, 78, 84 – 162, tied 9th

Eric Stevens, sophomore, Bridgeport, Neb., 84, 83 – 167, tied 12th

Luca Rodrigues, freshman, Benoni, South Africa, 84, 83 – 167, tied 12th

Colby Clay, sophomore, Laramie, 90, 78 – 168, 15th


The Lancers play in the Northeastern Junior College Invitational September 19-20.

“I’m anxious to see how we bounce back in Sterling,” Smith said. “We are playing a different course than we’ve ever played in Sterling this week so it will be a learning experience.”


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