|Posted March 2, 2012|
Pack ready to open season with a bang
PUEBLO, Colo.-(GoThunderWolves.com- March 3, 2012)- CSU-Pueblo's Men's Golf team is ready to take on the challenge of defending their RMAC title but will have to do it with some new faces in the new winner take all format.
"We are going to be more explosive," said Pack Coach Josh Koschke about his new look roster and the 47th ranked team in the recent Golfstat Division II rankings. "We have a chance to go low fast from any spot on the roster," continued Koschke.
Novak, the RMAC's Golfer of the year for 2010-11 and three time All-RMAC team selection, leads the Pack into the fray to repeat as champions. His overall handicap heading into the spring is 74.0, his personal best while at CSU-Pueblo. Novak will also try to repeat as the RMAC medalist in this year tournament.
Wyers will get to see more action this spring. Last year, Wyers tied the school's all-time lowest round when he carded a 65 in the DQ ThunderWolf Invitational and adds leadership to the group.
Berry, the team's low man going into the spring, ranks in the RMAC's top ten for scoring with a 72.7 average. He will pace the team with his ability to stay on the leader board.
Tapia will bring collegiate experience from the junior college ranks to the lineup. While attending Trinidad State Junior College in Trinidad, Colo., he was the NJCAA Division I Champion. Porter, will add depth and another exciting new dimension to the team.
The ThunderWolves open up their season on March 5 when they travel to Austin, Tex., to take part in the St. Edwards University Invitational on the Grey Rock Golf Course located there.