Kelowna’s Osland ties for 4th

San Jose State senior leads her team to third-place effort at conference finals with a career-best showing

Kelowna golfer Megan Osland had her best ever finish at a conference golf championship this week in California.

Kelowna’s Megan Osland carded her best career finish at a conference championship, tying for fourth this week at Mountain West Women’s Golf Championship in Rancho Mirage, Cal.

A senior with the San Jose State University women’s golf team, Osland closed the three-round tournament with a one-under 217 total.

Osland (69-78-70) finished strong on the final day with a 33 on the back nine, which featured three birdies and six pars.

The KSS grad’s effort also paced the Spartans team a third-place team finish, 10 strokes back of champion San Diego State.

Osland and the SJSU women will now await word on whether they will qualify regionals to be held May 7 to 9. The announcement of the 18 qualifying teams will be made this coming Monday.


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