|Posted April 14, 2011|
Wyers named RMAC Men's Golfer of the Week
Pack junior becomes the second ThunderWolf this season to earn Golfer of the Week honor.
Related: RMAC Men's Golf Release (Apr. 14, 2011)
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (GoThunderWolves.com - Apr. 14, 2011) - CSU-Pueblo junior Scott Wyers (Jr., San Diego, Calif.) was named the RMAC Men's Golfer of the Week Thursday after winning the DQ Wolf Pack Invitational earlier this week, the RMAC announced.
Wyers, who was a part of the ThunderWolves team as an unattached golfer at the Pack's home meet, the DQ Wolf Pack Invitational, shot a 65 in just his second collegiate tournament of the season, equaling a CSU-Pueblo school record for lowest individual round (matching the mark by former All-American Andrew Hedrick in 2007). He would eventually finish with a -5 211, winning the tournament by two strokes and claiming the first individual championship by a ThunderWolf this season.
Wyers' 211 was the lowest three-round score mark by a ThunderWolf since 2009, when Brandon McCoy shot a 209 en route to also being named the RMAC Golfer of the Week.
Wyers is the second ThunderWolf this season to earn RMAC Player of the Week honors, joining Chad Novak (Jr., Pueblo, Colo.), who was recognized September 30.
CSU-Pueblo will take part in the RMAC Spring Championship in Phoenix next week.