Golf Briefs

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Oct 122003
 
Authors: Collegian Staff

Fresno, Calif. – Colorado State senior Nolan Martin won his

second tournament of the season, shooting a 4-under-par 68 in the

final round of the Fresno State Lexus Golf Classic at the Belmont

Country Club in Fresno, Calif.

The team finished in first place for the second time this fall

as well with a score of 831, three strokes better than second place

San Diego State.

Earlier in the season the Rams won the Ron Moore Invitational in

Brighton.

Colorado State finished ahead of four other Mountain West

schools including San Diego State (No. 2), Brigham Young (No. 3),

Wyoming (T-No. 10) and Utah (T-No. 14).

Senior Martin Laird tied for third place with a three-round

score of 206. Sophomore Kevin McAlpine finished in a tie for 10th

and junior John Hayes tied for 16th place with a score of 212.

Rounding out the team’s six-man roster were senior Jim Kurtenbach,

who shot 217 and tied for 33rd, and sophomore Nate Pettitt, who

finished in 9oth with a score of 233.

The Rams return to action Oct. 19-21 when they travel to San

Diego, Calif., to compete in the Barona Collegiate Cup.

 

 

 

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