Ice 14th, CSU-Pueblo men’s golf takes eighth in second RMAC Tournament

Ice 14th, CSU-Pueblo men’s golf takes eighth in second RMAC Tournament

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (October 10, 2016) – In their final tournament of the fall season, Colorado State University-Pueblo men's golf finished in a tie for eighth place at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference West Tournament at the Tiara Rado Golf Course.

Results

Senior Jake Ice (Tucson, Ariz.) led the Pack with a 14th place finish overall. Ice shot a +1 (211) for the tournament. Facing  a par of 70, Ice finished +2 (72) in his first round of the tournament Monday morning. On Monday afternoon, Ice carded an even par round. He wrapped up his fall, season with a -1 (69) Tuesday. Ice's performance earned him his fourth top 20 finish in five fall tournaments.

Neil Tillman (Jr., Arvada, Colo.) concluded his impressive fall with 18th place at his second RMAC Tournament of the season. Like Ice, Tillman recorded his fourth top 20 finish of the season. The junior finished +4 (214) for the tournament. He shot a 73 (+3) Monday morning, before responding with a +1 (71). Tillman played his best round of the week Tuesday morning with an even par (70).

Senior Jacob Allenback (Pueblo, Colo.) played his best tournament of the season. Allenback finished 35th overall with a +11 (221). The two-time All-RMAC  selection carded his best round of the fall with a -1 (69) Monday morning.

Taylor Rodriguez (So., Pueblo, Colo.) placed 45th with a +17 (227). Rodriguez scored for the Pack with a +3 (73) Monday morning and +5 (75) Tuesday.

Freshman Austin Burgess (Colorado Springs, Colo.) came in 49th place in his second RMAC event. Burgess scored for the Pack on Monday afternoon with a +6 (76). He finished +21 (231) for the tournament.

The ThunderWolves shot a team score of 870. They were +30 as a unit. The Pack will now take a few months off before resuming play in early 2017.

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As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics.