Sep 302003
 
Authors: Joshua Pilkington

Firing a final round score of 69, CSU senior Nolan Martin won

the Ron Moore Invitational at the Riverdale Dunes golf course in

Brighton, Colo. Backed by second round score of 66 – the second

lowest individual round in CSU history – Martin shot a three-round

total of 204 to finish 12-under par and set a school record for the

lowest individual tournament score for three rounds.

Senior Martin Laird shot a final round of 72 to finish in third

place overall with a 7-under score of 209. With Martin and Laird

leading the way all five Rams finished in the top-20 for the

tournament. Junior John Hayes, sophomore Nate Pettitt and sophomore

Kevin McAlpine all finished tied for 19th with a 4-over total of

220.

The Rams took the team title finishing with a total of 850, 10

strokes ahead of second place finisher Campbell University

Women finish 16th in New Mexico

The CSU women’s golf team finished 16th overall at the Dick

Maguire Invitational in Albuquerque, N.M., last weekend. The team

finished with a three-round total of 960. Host New Mexico took home

the team title finishing with a 5-under score of 871 – 16 strokes

ahead of second place Oklahoma State’s total of 887.

Sophomore Margaret Garehime led the Rams with a three-round

total of 235, placing her in a tie for 42nd overall. Dawna Virdell

finished tied for 47th overall followed by Trisha Quick, Lynette

Duran and Kylee King.

 

 

 

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