Darren Whitehouse placed third at the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association national golf championships, helping his team take top spot overall.
Whitehouse, a third-year golfer from Langley with the Fraser Valley Cascades, shot a three-day score of 212 at the event, which was held at the Royal Quebec Golf Club in Quebec City.
It wrapped up last week (Oct. 18).
The Cascades men’s golf team had a combined score of 863, which was a dozen strokes better than the Humber College Hawks.
The UFV team also features another Langley golfer, Simon Blaker.