TUCSON, Ariz. (April 4, 2017) – Colorado State University-Pueblo Women's Golf maintained their position on day two of the West Texas A&M Desert Invite as the ThunderWolves finished in 10th place with a team score of 656 (+80) at the Ventana Canyon Golf Club's Mountain Course.
Jacquelyn Porman (Sr., Gilbert, Ariz.) earned the Pack's top individual finish with a +13 (157). Porman finished in a tie for 23rd place. She improved her score from day one by three strokes with a +5 (77). Porman jumped 15 spots from 38th to 23rd at the end of the meet. The senior's score was better than any other Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference student-athlete.
Jolene Kam (So., Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia) improved the most of any Pack golfer between day one and day two. Kam took five strokes off her score from day one with a +6 (78) on day two. Kam finished in 37th place with a combined 161 (+17). She jumped 15 spots on day two.
The Pack was remarkably consistent shooting a +40 (328) on both days of the tournament. CSU-Pueblo finished second among RMAC schools. They beat RMAC foes University of Colorado Colorado Springs by nine strokes and Colorado Christian University by 40 strokes.
The ThunderWolves will be back in the Grand Canyon State next Monday April 10 when they compete at the 2017 Mustang Intercollegiate. This two-day tournament will be held at the Palm Valley Golf Club in Palm Valley, Ariz. and will serve as the Pack's last tune up before the RMAC Championships.
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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.