The University of the Fraser Valley Cascades men's and women's golf teams remain in first place after the second tournament of the 2013-14 PACWEST golf season.
The men's team won last weekend's tournament at Okanagan Golf Club, near Kelowna, with a score of 564, 13 strokes better than second place Camosun College Chargers at 577.
The men were led by Darren Whitehouse, who shot an amazing two-day total of 132 to win the second tournament outright.
Chilliwack's Aaron Pauls finished second, with a twoday total of 139.
Other Cascades in the top 10 were Langley's Simon Baker, who shot a 142 and Chilliwack's Scott Benstead who finished with a score of 145.
UFV's Jen Woods dazzled the women's field by shooting a two-day score of 152 to defeat teammate Dani Shap, who finished second with a 157 total.
Kelley Dalzell finished sixth with a two-day score of 177, giving UFV a commanding 32-stroke lead over the Vancouver Island University Mariners after two PACWEST tournaments.
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