ThunderWolves women’s golf set for second RMAC Tournament

ThunderWolves women’s golf set for second RMAC Tournament

PUEBLO, Colo. (October 9, 2016) – Colorado State University- Pueblo women's golf will compete in its final tournament of the fall season when they tee off at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference South Tournament. The Pack will play 36 holes, 18 Monday Oct. 10 and 18 Tuesday Oct.11, at the Cattails Golf Course in Alamosa, Colorado.

CSU-Pueblo will vie for first place in its second RMAC tournament of the season. The ThunderWolves finished fifth in the RMAC North tournament Sept. 11-12.

Throughout the fall season, sophomores Courtney Ewing (Pueblo West, Colo.) and Jolene Kam (Selangor, Malaysia) have challenged each other for the top spot in the Pack's lineup. Ewing and Kam both finished in a tie for 18th place at their first RMAC tournament with a +17 (161).

Ewing has averaged 79 strokes per round thanks to a third place finish at the Farmers Insurance Samuel Proal Invitational. Kam averages less than a stroke more than Ewing with 79.83 strokes per round. Both Kam and Ewing have shot 161s in each of their last two tournaments.

Senior Jacquelyn Porman (Gilbert, Ariz.) matched Kam and Ewing with a 161 in her first RMAC Tournament. This put Porman in a tie for 18th. Porman has averaged 81.33 strokes per round.

Sophomore Tori Goodman (Peyton, Colo.) has scored for the Pack in all six of her rounds. Goodman has also averaged 81.33 shots per round.

Senior Natasha Navarro (San Antonio, Texas) will tee off as the Pack's fifth golfer. She shot a season-best 81 at the Farmers Insurance Samuel Proal Invitational.

Freshmen Sophia Montoya (Pueblo, Colo.) and Gabby Segura (Kingwood, Texas) will both compete as individuals. Montoya carded a 171 (+27) in her only tournament of the season. Segura shot a 180 at the La Paloma Golf Course in the West Texas A&M Lady Buff Invite.

The Course:

Cattails Golf Course holds a 71 par. The course spans 6,030 yards.

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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.