Vernon’s Conner Kozak placed 42nd at the 15th World University Golf Championship in Crans-Montana, Switzerland.
He shot a 72-84-72-76 to give him a four-day total of 304, 26 shots behind the champion, Gerardo Ruiz of Mexico. There was a field of 71.
Kozak was part of a six-man team that represented Canada.
The Canadian team finished fifth, as they shot nine over par with a four-day total of 873.
Kozak’s UBC Thunderbirds teammate, Scott Secord of Calgary, finished tied for 10th. He shot 70-71-74-74, 11 shots behind Ruiz.
Megan Woodland of Victoria tied for 23rd in the women’s portion at 74-73-74-79-300, while Brynn Tomie of Bedford, N.S. shared 43rd spot at 73-79-80-79-311.
Tiffany Chan of Hong Kon won at 2-under 70-69-68-71-278. There was a field of 62 players.
Meanwhile, Vernon’s Mackenzie Barrie shot a third-round 78 Thursday in the B.C. Junior Girls Championships at The Dunes in Kamloops.
Barrie, who just finished a stellar freshman season with the University of Wyoming Cowgirls, was alone in 16th place at 232 heading into Friday’s final round.
She opened with a 78 and followed with a 76.
Alix Kong of West Vancouver, Kathy Lim of Langley and Naomi Ko of Victoria will be in the final grouping today.
Kong was at 7-under 69-73-70-212. Lim and Ko were both one stroke back. Alisa Lau of Richmond was fourth at 217. There is a field of 48 with 18 missing the cut.