Porman and Pack Women wrap up fall slate with 4th place finish

Porman and Pack Women wrap up fall slate with 4th place finish

ALAMOSA, Colo. (October 11, 2016) – In their second Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament of the season, Colorado State University-Pueblo women's golf earned fourth at the Cattails Golf Course.  Entering the day in fifth place, the Pack improved a spot in their final round of golf of the fall season.

After shooting a combined 322 on day one of the tournament, the Pack improved by 10 strokes on Tuesday at the RMAC South Tournament. CSU-Pueblo leapfrogged Colorado Christian University to take fourth place. The Pack's 10 shot improvement was the best of any of the 13 teams at the tournament.

Senior Jacquelyn Porman (Gilbert, Ariz.) played the best round of any golfer in the 68 student-athlete field Tuesday with a +1 (73). After shooting a +8 (80) on day one, Porman jumped 19 spots to finish  fourth in the RMAC #2 Tournament. She carded a combined +9 (153)between the two rounds in her best tournament score of the season.

Tori Goodman (So., Peyton, Colo.) also recorded her best finish of the season with a +13 (157) for the tournament. This performance earned Goodman 13th place.  Goodman carded a +4 (76) on day two in her best round of the year. She shot a +9 (81) Monday.

Sophomore Jolene Kam (Selangor, Malaysia) wrapped up her fall season with a 23rd place finish. Kam carded an 81 (+9) on day two after collecting an 80 (+8) on Monday.  The sophomore combined for a  +17 (161) for third consecutive tournament.

Courtney Ewing (So., Pueblo West, Colo.) placed 28th overall the Pack. Ewing put up an 82 (+10) on day two. She shot an 81 (+9) on day one.

Senior Natasha Navarro (San Antonio, Texas) placed 50th with a +33. Competing as an individual, freshman, Gabby Segura (Kingwood, Texas) posted the Pack's best score Monday with a +7 (79). She finished the tournament with a career-best 166 after shooting an 87 on day two. Fellow freshman Sophia Montoya (Pueblo, Colo.)carded a+27 (171) as an individual in her second collegiate tournament.

The Pack's fourth place finish was their best of the fall season. With their final fall tournament in the books, the Pack will return in early 2017 for their spring season.

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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.