|Posted March 18, 2010|
ThunderWolves in strong position after one round tourney
PUEBLO WEST, Colo. - CSU-Pueblo's women's golf team finished 15 strokes behind after one round of play at the Lady ThunderWolf Invitational, a triangular being held at Desert Hawk Golf Course in Pueblo West.
The tournament was called after one round due to weather.
Led by a Rachel Means (Fr., Penrose, Colo.), who earned first place honors after one round after shooting an 81, became the first ThunderWolf in program history to win a tournament. Means is joined atop the ThunderWolf leaderboard by Callie Young (Jr., Fort Worth, Tex.), who posted her collegiate best round of 85. Young was in third place overall after one round of play.
CSU-Pueblo is trailing Adams State in the team scores, which has a 15-stroke edge over the ThunderWolves. The Grizzlies are led by Samantha Hall, who is tied with Means first place overall with a first-round 81.
Colorado Christian is third overall, 13 strokes behind the ThunderWolves with a 371.