ThunderWolves finish 4th, Ewing takes 3rd at Farmers Insurance Samuel Proal Invitational

ThunderWolves finish 4th, Ewing takes 3rd at Farmers Insurance Samuel Proal Invitational

PUEBLO, Colo. (September 6, 2016) On the final day of competition at the Farmers Insurance Samuel Proal Invitational, Colorado State University Pueblo climbed three spots to earn a fourth place finish at their home tournament held at the Pueblo Country Club Tuesday.

Team/Player results

The ThunderWolves shaved 13 strokes off their total on day one to post a team total of 310, after shooting 323 on day one. Their 633 team total edged fifth place Colorado Mesa (635) by two shots.

Entering the day in fourth place, Courtney Ewing (So., Pueblo, Colo.) kept pace with the leaders on day two. Ewing carded a 77 to finish tied for third with a cumulative score 152 (+8).

For Ewing, this was a four place improvement from her seventh place finish at this event in 2015. She led the  2016 tournament with 24 pars in 36 holes of competition.

Sophomore, Jolene Kam (Selangor, Malaysia) shot the Pack's best round Tuesday with +3 (75). Kam jumped 11 places on day two to finish 15th. She made 20 pars en route to a total score of 157.

Kam wasn't the only sophomore who shined for the Pack on day two. Tori Goodman (Peyton, Colo.) shot a +5 (77) as she vaulted into the top 20. Over the two days, Goodman ranked second in the field with seven birdies. She finished her event with a score of 160 (+16).

Like the Pack, Natasha Navarro (Sr., San Antonio, Texas) trimmed 13 strokes off her total from Monday. Navarro shot an 81 (+9) to score for the Pack and help them take fourth place. For Navarro, her 175 over the 36 holes improved her mark from last year by two strokes.

The Pack will try to build off its fourth place finish when it competes at the RMAC North event Sept. 12-13. This tournament will be held at the Murphy Creek Golf Course in Denver, Colo.


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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.