|Posted April 21, 2010|
Means claims program's first-ever all-RMAC honor
Related: 2010 Women's Golf All-RMAC teams
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - CSU-Pueblo freshman Rachel Means (Fr., Penrose, Colo.) became the first ThunderWolf in program history to earn all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference honors, the RMAC announced Wednesday.
Means was the RMAC's 15th-ranked individual golfer this season, netting her third-team all-RMAC honors. She finished the season with an 84.933 stroke average, the lowest single-season mark in CSU-Pueblo history, and finished 11th at the RMAC Spring Championships with a +22 166.
Means was also in the running for the RMAC's Freshman of the Year honor, finishing with the third-lowest score among the RMAC's freshmen.
The CSU-Pueblo women's golf program began in 2005-06 and hadn't produced an all-RMAC golfer in its history.