|Posted April 16, 2012|
Linksters heating up at RMAC Championship
ThunderWolves one big round away from title.
PHOENIX, Ariz. (GoThunderWolves.com-April 16, 2012) - When the CSU-Pueblo Men's Golf team opens up round three play in the RMAC Championships being played on the WigWam Golf Course outside of Phoenix, Ariz., they will find themselves in contention for the title.
Currently the Pack is in fourth place, behind tournament leader Colorado School of Mines, Nebraska-Kearney, and Western New Mexico.
Individually, the ThunderWolves have three players in the Top 20. James Berry (Jr., Traverse City Mich.,) is in sixth place at 5-over-par. Both Scott Wyers (Sr., San Diego, Calif.) and Matt Porter (RFr., Castle Rock, Colo.) are 11-over-par and are tied at eleventh.
CSU-Pueblo will have to overcome a huge gap, though, to take its second straight RMAC title. It is currently 14 strokes behind Colorado School of Mines, but just two strokes behind both Nebraska-Kearney and Western New Mexico.
Play will continue on Tuesday starting at 9 a.m.