ThunderWolves Women’s Golf host Third Annual Farmer’s Insurance Samuel Proal Invitational

ThunderWolves Women’s Golf host Third Annual Farmer’s Insurance Samuel Proal Invitational

PUEBLO, Colo. (September 4, 2016) Colorado State University Pueblo women's golf will host its only tournament of the fall season, when the ThunderWolves face a 15 team field at the third annual Farmer's Insurance Samuel Proal beginning Monday Sept. 5 at 1:30 p.m. and continuing Tuesday Sept. 6 at 8:30 a.m. 

ThunderWolves at a glance:

CSU-Pueblo returns four All-RMAC performers from 2015-16. Sophomore Courtney Ewing (Pueblo West, Colo.) earned First Team All-RMAC honors after shooting a personal-best of 68 at the RMAC Championships. Ewing would finish tied for third at this event.

Senior, Jacquelyn Porman (Gilbert, Ariz.) placed sixth at the RMAC Championships with a -1 (71). She received a First Team All-RMAC nod and was named Preseason All-RMAC.

Sophomores Jolene Kam (Selangor, Malaysia) and Tori Goodman (Peyton, Colo.) both return after earning Second Team All-RMAC honors in 2015-16. Kam will look to build on her eighth place finish at the Farmer's Insurance Samuel Proal Invitational. She shot a +12 (154) at this event a year ago. Senior Natasha Navarro (San Antonio, Texas) will try to cap her career with an impressive final season.

Two newcomers will join the Pack's roster. Freshmen Sophia Montoya (Pueblo, Colo.) and Gabby Segura (Kingwood, Texas) will make their Pack debuts in this week's tournament.

The Field:

CSU-Pueblo, Adams State University, Black Hills State, Chadron State University, Colorado Mesa University, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Fort Lewis College, Metro State University of Denver, South Dakota School of Mines, Bellevue University, Lewis University, Oklahoma Panhandle State University, University of Texas Permian Basin, Western New Mexico University, and West Texas A&M University will compete at the Third Annual Farmer's Insurance Samuel Proal Inviational.

Course & Tournament info

All 15 of these teams will play two rounds of golf at the Pueblo Country Club.

The course spans 6,000 yards and par stands at 71. Players will have to contend with bunkers on every hole of this course, designed by Henry Hughes. Four styles of trees line the fairways of this course with rolling hills along the way.  

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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.