PUEBLO, Colo. (October 2, 2016) — After 20 days away from tournament play, the Colorado State University-Pueblo women's golf team returns to the course when they play in the West Texas A&M Lady Buff Invitational Monday October 3- Tuesday October 4.
The Pack last competed at the RMAC North Tournament Sept. 13-14. Sophomore Jolene Kam (Selangor, Malaysia) was among three Pack golfers who finished that tournament with a +17 (161). Kam placed in a tie for 18th. She finished in 15th place in her first tournament of the season, the Farmers Insurance Samuel Proal Invitational. Kam has also led the Pack through qualifying rounds throughout the season.
Courtney Ewing (So., Pueblo West, Colo.) matched Kam's score at the West Texas A&M invitational. Ewing ranked third at Farmers Insurance Samuel Proal Invitational after shooting a +8 (152).
Jacquelyn Porman (Sr., Gilbert, Ariz.) also carded a +17 (161) in her last tournament to join Kam and Ewing in a tie for 18th place. Porman played her best round of the season last time out with a 78.
Freshman Gabby Segura (Kingwood, Texas) will compete as an individual. For Segura, the West Texas A&M Invite will be her second collegiate tournament.
The ThunderWolves will tee off at the La Paloma Golf Course in Amarillo, Texas. La Paloma Golf Course holds a par of 71. The course spans 6,239 yards with 11 par fours, four par threes, and three par fives.
CSU-Pueblo will compete in an 18 team field Monday and Tuesday. Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference schools Adams State University, Metro State University Denver, and University of Colorado Colorado Springs will also play at the West Texas A&M Lady Buff Invitational.
The Pack will play 36 total holes, 18 on both Monday and Tuesday in their third tournament of the year. Click Here to follow the Pack live at the West Texas A&M Lady Buff Invitational.
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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.