AMARILLO, Texas (October 4, 2016) – Dealing with windy conditions at the West Texas A&M Lady Buff Invitational, Colorado State University-Pueblo women's golf finished 12th after 36 holes and two days of competition at La Paloma Golf Course.
The Pack shot a combined 320 on day two. They shaved 16 strokes off their day one total, finishing the tournament with a team score of 656. This combined score earned the Pack 12th place out of the 18 team field.
Ewing led the Pack on day one with an 82 (+11). She bounced back with a 79 (+8) Tuesday morning. Kam shot an 84 (+13) on her first day of competition. On day two, Kam trimmed seven strokes off her score Monday with a +6 (77).
Senior Jacquelyn Porman (Gilbert, Ariz.) ranked third among Pack golfers with a +25 (166). She finished 50th overall.
Tori Goodman (So., Peyton, Colo.) remained consistent throughout the tournament, scoring points for the Pack. Goodman carded an 84 (+13) on both days of competition. Goodman along with Kam both finished -1 on par five holes throughout the tournament.
The Pack will wrap up their fall season Monday, Oct. 10 – Tuesday, Oct.11 when they tee off at the RMAC South Tournament. This event will be held at the Cattails Golf Course in Alamosa, 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.