CSU-Pueblo Women's Golf
Kim cards 2-over-par to finish 28th
[5/18/13] - CSU-Pueblo's Leina Kim shot a 2-over-par 74, the third-lowest score in the entire field in the fourth and final round of play at the NCAA Division II National Championships, as she finished 28th overall in the 72-member field.
Kim climbs leaderboard to 34th
[5/17/13] - CSU-Pueblo's Leina Kim rose up the leaderboard slightly to 34th place in the 72-competitor NCAA Division II National Championships at the LPGA International in Daytona Beach.
Dinallo earns CoSIDA Academic All-District honors
[5/17/13] - CSU-Pueblo golfer Domi Dinallo has been named a first-team Academic All-District selection by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Kim shoots 73 in second round at nationals
[5/15/13] - CSU-Pueblo's Leina Kim rebounded nicely from a down first round, shooting a second-round 73 to climb into the top 40.
Kim falls to third, still earns national qual
[5/7/13] - CSU-Pueblo's Leina Kim has stamped her ticket for the NCAA Division II Championships in Daytona Beach May 15-18 after finishing third at the West Super Regional Tuesday.
Kim in position to seal regional championship
[5/6/13] - Leina Kim is close to accomplishing a feat never reached by a CSU-Pueblo women's golfer, winning a regional title as well as earning an individual bid to the NCAA Division II National Championships, as she holds a commanding seven-stroke lead.
Kim takes first step toward nationals, leads after one round
[5/5/13] - CSU-Pueblo's Leina Kim put herself in position to qualify for nationals, leading the 49-member field after one round of the NCAA Division II West Super Regionals.
Dinallo named RMAC Academic Player of the Year
[5/1/13] - For the first time, a ThunderWolf women's golfer has earned the prestigious honor as the RMAC Academic Player of the Year as junior Domi Dinallo has secured the honor.
Kim earns invite to NCAA Super Regional Tournament
[4/29/13] - CSU-Pueblo's Leina Kim, fresh off her honor as the RMAC Golfer of the Year and the RMAC Freshman of the Year, has become the second ThunderWolf to ever earn an individual invite to the NCAA Division II Super Regional Tournament.
Pack sweeps postseason awards
[4/25/13] - CSU-Pueblo swept the RMAC women's golf postseason awards, released Thursday, as Leina Kim was named the RMAC Golfer of the Year as well as Freshman of the Year while Greg Dillon was named Coach of the Year for a third straight time.
Pack falls short at RMAC Championships
[4/23/13] - CSU-Pueblo saw its bid for a second straight RMAC title fall short Tuesday as it couldn't keep pace with a world-beating Western New Mexico squad, finishing second.
Pack sitting in 2nd after one round of RMAC Championships
[4/22/13] - CSU-Pueblo shot a team 317 during the first round of the RMAC Championships in Phoenix Monday, sitting four shots behind Western New Mexico.
DiNallo named RMAC Inaugural Summit Award recipient
[4/19/13] - CSU-Pueblo junior Domi DiNallo has been named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Inaugural Summit Award recipient, the RMAC announced Friday.
Pack wins second straight tournament, stays hot heading to RMACs
[4/16/13] - CSU-Pueblo won its second straight tournament, claiming a win by 11 strokes at the Maverick Invitational in Grand Junction.
Kim secures RMAC Golfer of the Week honor for third time
[4/12/13] - For a record third time this season, CSU-Pueblo women's golfer Leina Kim has been named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Women's Golfer of the Week.
Pack wins by nearly 50 strokes at home tournament
[4/7/13] - CSU-Pueblo claimed its largest margin of victory in school history Sunday, winning by 48 strokes as it cruised to its third tournament win of the season.
Pack leads by nearly insurmountable margin at ThunderWolf Invitational
[4/6/13] - CSU-Pueblo opened up its largest first-round lead in school history Saturday, leading by 20 strokes after the opening round of the Southwest Motors Lady ThunderWolf Invitational.
Kim finishes fourth while Pack falls back
[4/2/13] - Redshirt freshman Leina Kim again turned in a top five finish, shooting a 75 Tuesday to finish tied for fourth at the Grand Canyon Invitational.
Pack struggles in first round at Grand Canyon
[4/1/13] - CSU-Pueblo had four golfers card scores above 80 Monday as the ThunderWolves finished the first round of the Grand Canyon Invitational in 11th place out of 15 teams.
Kim nets second RMAC Golfer of the Week honor of the season
[3/21/13] - For the second time this season, CSU-Pueblo redshirt-freshman Leina Kim has been named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's women's golfer of the week.
Kim falls on playoff hole as Pack climbs to 8th
[3/18/13] - Leina Kim missed out on her first career tournament win Tuesday after going to a second playoff hole to determine a champion at the Midwestern State Invitational.
Kim leads after one round, Pack in 10th
[3/17/13] - Leina Kim set a school record for lowest individual round with an even-par 72 to lead the field of 97 at the Midwestern State Invitational.
ThunderWolves turn in third place finish
[3/12/13] - CSU-Pueblo cut one stroke from its first round output but couldn't make up ground on leaders Lubbock Christian and Arkansas Fort Smith, finishing third at the Texoma Chevy Dealers Intercollegiate in Pottsboro, Texas.
Kim, Dinallo lead Pack to third place showing after one day
[3/11/13] - Playing on a cold and dreary course in Pottsboro, Texas, CSU-Pueblo overcame the conditions to get two sub-80 scored as it sat in third place at the Texoma Chevy Dealers Intercollegiate.
ThunderWolves finish second at Mustang Intercollegiate
[10/7/12] - CSU-Pueblo finished just one stroke away from its fourth straight RMAC tournament title Sunday, riding three top-ten finishes to a second-place finish.
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ThunderWolves take second tournament of 2012
[9/25/12] - CSU-Pueblo continued to establish itself as the top women's golf program in the RMAC Tuesday, winning the second RMAC tournament of the season and claiming its third straight RMAC tournament win.
ThunderWolves bust another record, lead at Fox Hollow
[9/24/12] - CSU-Pueblo kept up its tradition of breaking school records Monday, shooting a 304 as the team led the field at the second RMAC tournament of the season.
Pack's Kim takes long road to Pueblo
[9/21/12] - CSU-Pueblo newest star women's golfer, Leina Kim, took a long, winding road before arriving in Pueblo - halfway across the world, in fact.
Breit, Sanchez lead Pack to dominant win
[9/17/12] - CSU-Pueblo won its second straight RMAC tournament Monday, besting Western New Mexico by 11 strokes at the Grizzly Invitational in Alamosa as Michaela Breit took home her first individual title.
ThunderWolves show dominance at first RMAC tournament
[9/16/12] - CSU-Pueblo set a school record and led the field after one round of the Grizzly Invitational Sunday, leading Western New Mexico by eight strokes.
Kim named RMAC Women's Golfer of the Week
[9/13/12] - Behind her record-breaking round of 1-over-par 73 at the West Texas A&M Stampede last weekend, CSU-Pueblo's Leina Kim was named the RMAC Women's Golfer of the Week Thursday.
Pack falls back to earth at West Texas A&M Stampede
[9/11/12] - CSU-Pueblo lost five strokes and fell to sixth place as the West Texas A&M Stampede concluded Tuesday.
Pack sets records behind Kim's record-breaking debut
[9/10/12] - Behind a school-record 73 by redshirt-freshman Leina Kim, CSU-Pueblo sits in fourth place at the West Texas A&M Stampede after one round.
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Women's golf picked to finish second
[8/23/12] - ThunderWolves women's golf picked to finish second in RMAC after finishing first last season.
2012 'Divots & Drinks' & 'ThunderGals Open' is June 28-29
[6/5/12] - The second annual ThunderGals 'Divots & Drinks' event, as well as the second annual 'ThunderGals Open', will take place on June 28 and 29 at Pueblo West's Desert Hawk Golf Course.
ThunderWolves season ends at Super Regionals
[5/8/12] - DiNallo finishes tied for 15th in first appearance
Pack climbs to 7th at Super Regionals
[5/7/12] - CSU-Pueblo rose two spots on the leaderboard Monday at the NCAA Super Regional in Elephant Butte, N.M., climbing to 7th after two rounds of play.
Pack languishing after one round at Super Regionals
[5/6/12] - CSU-Pueblo's women's golf team picked a bad time to struggle as it shot a team 357 to sit in last place after one round of play at the NCAA Division II Central Regionals Sunday.
Dinallo headlines Pack's Academic All-RMAC selections
[5/3/12] - Two ThunderWolves earned Academic All-RMAC distinction, led by first-teamer, Domi Dinallo.
Pack secures first ever regional tournament berth
[4/30/12] - For the first time in school history, the CSU-Pueblo women's golf team received a berth in the NCAA Division II Super Regional tournament, the NCAA announced Monday.
Dillon nets Coach of the Year honors
[4/18/12] - CSU-Pueblo women's golf coach Greg Dillon has been named the RMAC Women's Golf Coach of the Year for the second straight season, headlining the Pack's postseason RMAC award-winners.
ThunderWolves storm to first ever conference title
[4/17/12] - Led by an individual championship from sophomore Domi Dinallo, CSU-Pueblo completed a three-year "worst to first" journey by taking the RMAC Women's Golf Championship Tuesday.
Pack on the move at RMAC Championships
[4/16/12] - DiNallo tops the leaderboard, leads by three
Dinallo named RMAC Golfer of the Week
[4/5/12] - CSU-Pueblo sophomore Domi Dinallo has been named the RMAC Women's Golfer of the Week. the RMAC announced Thursday.
Records fall at Bob Writz Invitational, Pack takes title
[4/3/12] - DiNallo wins top honors, sets school record for low round.
Women Golfer's bring home third in own Invitational
[3/25/12] - DiNallo, Sanchez shoot personal bests, finish Top 10
Thunderwolves take second at Mustang Invitational
[3/20/12] - Pack beats elements, RMAC at Western New Mexico Invitational.
Thunderwolf Women in the hunt at Mustang Classic
[3/19/12] - Vinci leads Pack into tie for 3rd after first round
Strong fall finish for ThunderWolves women's golf
[10/28/11] - DiNallo top performer this fall
CSU-Pueblo's women's golf team flexes at Fall Crossover
[10/2/11] - Pack trio moves team into fifth place at Regionals
ThunderWolves finish middle of the Pack
[9/24/11] - Pack's Sanchez moves up the Leader Board
Pack sets new team record, again
[9/20/11] - Domi DiNallo moves into third at Grizzly Invitational
Pack struggles at Grizzly Invitational
[9/18/11] - Domi DiNallo leads ThunderWolves after 1st round at Adams State Grizzly Invitational
ThunderWolves bust school record but still finish low
[9/13/11] - CSU-Pueblo set school standards for low rounds Tuesday, but it wasn't enough to battle a highly competitive field at the Colorado Christian Cougar Invitatonal.
Pack women's golf miss record books
[9/12/11] - CSU-Pueblo's women's golf team shoot 328 in first round of RMAC competition.
Pack finish third at Yellow Jacket Invitational
[9/9/11] - Michaela Breit paces CSU-Pueblo, tied for third
ThunderWolves tied for lead at Yellow Jacket Invitational
[9/8/11] - CSU-Pueblo shot a team 336 in the first round of the Yellow Jacket Invitational in Billings, Mont. as the Pack was tied for first place.
Pack garners first place votes in preseason poll
[8/25/11] - The CSU-Pueblo women's golf team received its first ever votes for first place in the Preseason RMAC Women's Golf Coaches' Poll.
Over 90 student-athletes named to Dean's List
[6/7/11] - A total of 92 CSU-Pueblo student-athletes have been named to the Spring 2011 Dean's List, the University announced Tuesday.
Pack freshmen end season at regionals
[5/3/11] - CSU-Pueblo freshmen Michaela Breit and Domi Dinallo shot in the 90s Tuesday in the third and final round of the NCAA Division II Central Regionals.
Young earns Academic All-RMAC honors
[5/3/11] - CSU-Pueblo senior Callie Young received second-team Academic All-RMAC honors, the RMAC announced Wednesday.
Breit, Dinallo improve in second round
[5/2/11] - CSU-Pueblo's individual qualifiers for the NCAA Central Region Championships, Domi Dinallo and Michaela Breit, posted improvements in the Monday's second round.
Conditions stymie field at NCAA Regionals
[5/1/11] - CSU-Pueblo' s Michaela Breit and Domi Dinallo were among the many to have struggles Sunday at the Hillcrest Golf Club in cold St. Paul, Minn. for the NCAA Division II Central Regionals, ranking in the bottom 20 after one round.
Breit, Dinallo earn berths in NCAA Regionals
[4/25/11] - CSU-Pueblo freshmen Michaela Breit and Domi Dinallo each received individual berths to the NCAA Division II Central Regional Golf Tournament, taking place May 1-3.
Breit named RMAC Freshman of the Year, Dillon earns coaching honors
[4/20/11] - CSU-Pueblo racked up several women's golf honors as Michaela Breit was named the 2011 RMAC Freshman of the Year and Greg Dillon was named the RMAC Coach of the Year, the RMAC announced Wednesday.
Pack drops off, finished 4th at RMAC
[4/19/11] - CSU-Pueblo suffered a 27-stroke setback Tuesday, falling to a final finish of fourth place at the RMAC Spring Championships. Domi Dinallo finished tied for sixth.
Dinallo leads field after one round at RMACs
[4/18/11] - Pack freshman Domi Dinallo is in a four-way tie for the lead at the RMAC Spring Championships, leading a Pack team that is in second place after one round.
ThunderWolves Athletics Newsletter released
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Pack climbs to 8th at Augustana Invite
[4/10/11] - The ThunderWolves improved their standing in the second and final round of the Augustana Invitational Sunday, shooting a team 342 and climbing to 8th place.
ThunderWolves lagging behind at Augustana Invitational
[4/8/11] - At the very important Augustana Invitational Saturday, CSU-Pueblo was nearly 20 strokes behind the standard it set just two weeks ago, turning in a team 343 and languishing in 9th place.
Dinallo shines in record-setting day for Pack
[3/27/11] - CSU-Pueblo made a run for the ThunderWolf Invitational championship Sunday, shooting a school-record 327 in the second round, finishing third overall.
Breit in second, Pack in third after one round of ThunderWolf Invitational
[3/26/11] - CSU-Pueblo freshman Michaela Breit is making a run for the ThunderWolf Invitational title, currently sitting in a tie for second place after one round.
ThunderWolves suffer setback during first tourney of spring
[3/19/11] - CSU-Pueblo didn't open the spring portion of its season the way it had hoped, shooting its second-highest team score of the season at the Western New Mexico Mustang Invitational this weekend.
Pack women's golfers all but wrap up third place finish in RMAC
[10/5/10] - After the Pack's 4th place finish at the third RMAC event of the season in Gothenburg, Neb. Tuesday, CSU-Pueblo defeated five other RMAC squads to make their jump from 8th place last season to 3rd place this year a reality.
Despite down round, Pack sitting pretty at RMAC #3
[10/4/10] - CSU-Pueblo turned in a higher-than-expected 348 in the first round of the third RMAC tournament of the season in Gothenburg, Neb. Monday, but it was enough for the Pack to have a commanding hold on third place.
Pack makes valiant charge, finishes 5th
[9/21/10] - After a woeful first round that saw the Pack have its worst round as a team this season, the Pack cut 14 strokes in the second round, charging back to finish 5th at the second RMAC tournament of the season in Grand Junction.
Pack stays impressive, holds on to third
[9/14/10] - Despite suffering an 11-shot drop off from their third-round score, CSU-Pueblo maintained its third place standing in the first RMAC women's golf event of the season at Silver City, N.M.
Another round, another record for ThunderWolves
[9/13/10] - CSU-Pueblo continued its steep climb toward the top of the RMAC Monday, shooting a school-record 327 and sitting in third place in the first round of the first RMAC women's golf event in Silver City, N.M.
Pack busts school records at Adams State Invite
[9/8/10] - The CSU-Pueblo Women's Golf team broke school records for lowest team score at the Adams State Grizzly Invitational Tuesday and Wednesday, besting tourney host Adams State and finishing fourth out of six teams.
Means claims program's first-ever all-RMAC honor
[4/21/10] - CSU-Pueblo freshman Rachel Means became the first ThunderWolf in program history to earn all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference honors, the RMAC announced Wednesday.
ThunderWolves place 7th at RMAC Championships
[4/20/10] - The Pack women's golf team held on to its 7th place standing during the second round of the RMAC Women's Golf Championship Tuesday, getting a pair of top 15 finishes in the process.
Pack turns in strong performance at Augustana
[4/13/10] - CSU-Pueblo turned in its best individual team round score in school history, scoring a first round 338 and finishing 9th out of 12 teams at the Augustana Invitational in Sioux Falls, S.D.
ThunderWolves finish strong at WNMU
[3/22/10] - CSU-Pueblo was able to cut three strokes from its team score from Monday to Tuesday at the Western New Mexico Mustang Intercollegiate, getting a top 20 showing from Rachel Means and a 7th place team finish.
March snowstorm cancels numerous events
[3/19/10] - Two CSU-Pueblo home golf tournaments have been cancelled, as well as road baseball, softball and tennis matches have had its schedules adjusted in light of snowstorms.
ThunderWolves in strong position after one round tourney
[3/18/10] - CSU-Pueblo's women's golf team finished 15 strokes behind after one round of play at the Lady ThunderWolf Invitational, a triangular being held at Desert Hawk Golf Course in Pueblo West.
Pack puts up best team score in history at Regis
[10/6/09] - Paced by sophomore Kelly Meldrum (So., Gunnison, Colo.), who continued her stark improvement in 2009 by turning in a stellar +18 162, shattering her personal bests, the ThunderWolves put up a team mark of 689, the lowest team score in program history, at the Regis Invite Tuesday.
Pack showing potential in Phoenix
[9/29/09] - CSU-Pueblo's women's golf team showed stark improvement across the board, but stiff competition left the Pack in 15th place after at the Grand Canyon Invitational.
Means paces Pack at home course
[9/22/09] - CSU-Pueblo freshman Rachel Means led the ThunderWolves at the 2009 ThunderWolf Invitational at Pueblo's Walking Stick Golf Course Monday and Tuesday, shooting a +32 176 as the Pack team had a down tournament.
Pack cuts strokes but still falls short
[9/15/09] - CSU-Pueblo's women's golf team showed great improvement from a dismal first round, cutting 24 strokes from its first round total, but still brought up the rear at the first RMAC Tournament of the season.
Dillon named CSU-Pueblo womens golf coach
[6/8/09] - Colorado State University-Pueblo director of Athletics, Joe Folda, has announced the hiring of former CSU-Pueblo golfer, Greg Dillon, as CSU-Pueblos womens golf coach.
Pack women lag behind at RMAC Championships
[4/19/09] - CSU-Pueblo missed an opportunity to sneak into regionals Sunday as the ThunderWolves finished last in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Women's Golf Championships, held in Phoenix, Ariz.
Pack shows growing pains at Mesa
[4/14/09] - CSU-Pueblo's lineup of freshmen and sophomores finished 6th at the Mesa State Invitational Tuesday, led by a 20th place finish by Kelly Meldrum.
Pack struggles at WNMU Cactus Thaw Tourney
[3/24/09] - CSU-Pueblo women's golfers finished eighth at the WNMU Cactus Thaw Invitational in Albuquerque, N.M. Tuesday, led by a 33rd place performance by Ashleigh Rehl.
Pack's Chapman turns in another top five finish
[10/14/08] - At the third RMAC tournament of the women's golf season, held at Colorado Christian University, freshman Meagan Chapman finished in the top five for the second consecutive RMAC event, placing third.
Second round dropoff lowers Pack's stock
[9/30/08] - After a quite impressive first round performance, a slight dropoff rocketed the ThunderWolves down the leaderboard at the competitive Grand Canyon Invitational in Phoenix Tuesday.
Pack's Chapman has coming out party
[9/23/08] - Remember the name Meagan Chapman. The freshman from Pueblo South High School could very well become the face of ThunderWolf women's golf, especially if she keeps up the kind of performances she put on Tuesday's RMAC Invitational at Mesa State College.
Pack cuts strokes again at first RMAC event
[9/16/08] - For the fourth consecutive round, the Colorado State University-Pueblo women's golf team cut strokes off its overall score, posting a 345 Tuesday in the second round of the Eagle Invitational hosted by Chadron State College.
Pueblo improves prospects at Adams State
[9/8/08] - Sparked by freshmen Ashleigh Rehl and Meagan Chapman, the ThunderWolves showed incredible signs of life, improving their second round score by more than ten strokes over their first round performance in a valiant fourth place finish at the Adams State Grizzly Invitational Tuesday.
Dew earns Preseason all-RMAC honors
[8/28/08] - RMAC Coaches are banking on the emergence of Pack sophomore, Jordan Dew, as they have chosen her as one of five golfers in the conference to be selected to the preseason all-RMAC team, it was announced Thursday.
Madrid finishes strong, leads Pack at RMAC Championships
[4/20/08] - Pack senior Nicole Madrid shot some of the best golf of her career, turning in an 83 Sunday as she finished in 12th place, leading all ThunderWolf golfers at the RMAC Championships in Albuquerque.
Pack golfers adjust to high winds, finish 5th at Mesa
[4/15/08] - As wind gusts at the Maverick Invite in Grand Junction Tuesday reached gusts over 40 mph, the ThunderWolves seemed well-prepared, turning in a good round to finish fifth.
Pack's Madrid impresses in Pueblo curtain call, finishes third
[4/8/08] - As the ThunderWolves' women's golf team wrapped up the ThunderWolf Invitational, held Monday and Tuesday at the Walking Stick Golf Course in Pueblo, one thing was for certain - senior Nicole Madrid, the dean of Pack women's golf, was going to make her last collegiate tournament appearance in Pueblo a memorable one.
Madrid tied for 2nd, but Pack team struggles on own course
[4/7/08] - Senior Nicole Madrid had one her best rounds of the season, shooting a +8 80 Monday to finish the day tied for second place in the field of 30 at the ThunderWolf Invitational, held at the Walking Stick Golf Course in Pueblo.
Pack in ninth after one round at West Texas A&M
[3/31/08] - The ThunderWolves put in a solid day one performance at the Lady Buff Stampede at West Texas A&M Monday, in ninth place out of 11 teams after one round of play.
Pack golfers put up best marks of the year in Alamosa
[10/2/07] - The CSU-Pueblo women's golf team turned in their best finish of the season today, finishing 7th out of 11 teams at the Adams State College Grizzly Invitational at Alamosa's Cattails Golf Course.
Pack women fall off in 2nd round of Grand Canyon Invite
[9/26/07] - The ThunderWolves' women's golfers suffered a setback during the second round of the Grand Canyon Invitational, shooting a +82 370 as a team to fall through the cracks and finish in 16th place.
Madrid leads the Pack at Regis Invite
[9/18/07] - CSU-Pueblo senior Nicole Madrid finished 16th with a +25 169, leading all ThunderWolf golfers at the Regis University Invite, held at the Fox Hollow Golf Course Monday and Tuesday.
Madrid comes back to finish 12th at Kearney Tourney
[9/12/07] - KEARNEY, Neb. - CSU-Pueblo senior Nicole Madrid made a huge rebound in the second round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Invitational, held in Kearney Monday and Tuesday, posting one of the tourney's best second round scores, a +10 71, to finish in 12th place with an overall score of +20.
[3/27/07] - HAYS, Kan. Nicole Madrid placed second to help the Colorado State University-Pueblo womens golf team to a third-place finish at the Fort Hays State Invite at Smoky Hill Golf Course on Tuesday.