With a rainy day two of competition complete, Alisha Lau (Richmond) is tied for first place after shooting a 71 along with Celeste Dao from Team Quebec. Teammates Hannah Lee (Surrey) and Tiffany Kong (Vancouver) shot 78 and 80 respectively, placing them in 4th and 10th place overall.
Scores of round 2:
1st: Celeste Dao (Quebec): 71
1st: Alisha Lau (Richmond): 71
3rd: Eleanor Szeryk (Ontario): 75
4th: Hannah Lee (Surrey): 78
10th: Tiffany Kong (Vancouver): 80
KONG, Tiffany (Vancouver)
On first two days of competition:
"I didn't so well for the team for the past two rounds, but I feel confident about the next two."
On the team overall:
"Team BC's atmosphere is awesome. We support each other on and off the course."
On favorite part of the Games experience overall:
"My favorite part of the Games is the pin trading and the interaction with other athletes. We get to know more about other sports and support them despite being in different provinces."
Team placings (women), remains the same as round one:
Keaton Gudz (Victoria) shot a 73 today, putting him tied for 2nd place after two days on the course. Tristan Mandur (Mill Bay) shot a 73 and sits in a three way tie for 5th, while teammate Nolan Thoroughgood (Victoria) finished today at 76 and in 9th place overall.
MANDUR, Tristan (Mill Bay)
On day two of competition
"I feel pretty happy about my second round; things could have definitely gone better though."
On the team as a whole
"As a team we feel like we need two solid rounds coming in to get the gold."
On the Games experience overall
"My favorite part about the Games is the team and all the experiences such as watching other sports compete at a high level!"
1st: Christopher Vandette (Beaconsfield, QB): 69
2nd: Ryan McMillan (Winnipeg, Manitoba): 71
3rd: Calvin Ross (NB): 71
4th: Keaton Gudz (Victoria): 73
Tied for 5th: Tristan Mandur (Mill Bay): 73
9th: Nolan Thoroughgood (Victoria): 76