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Belmont alumnus earns national university team golf bronze

Former Belmont secondary student Cari Chow helped the University of Victoria Vikes capture team bronze at the Canadian Inter-University Sport championships last week in Winnipeg.

Chow's total of 342 at Southwood Golf and Country Club left her 21st overall individually. Chow opened with a 79, good for a ninth-place tie, but went 86-87-90 after that.

Boosted by teammate Megan Woodland's winning score of 297, the Vikes finished at 952, three shots behind the University of Montreal Carabins. UBC won the team title with a 914 total.

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