Colorado golfer Hannah Hoch finished first in the individual
standings of the Ron Moore Women’s Classic at Highlands Ranch Golf
Club on Tuesday.
The CSU women’s golf team sought to prove that team success
prevails over individual accomplishments as it finished fifth in
the team standings, one spot better than interstate rival
Colorado’s sixth-place tie.
CSU shot a team total of 922 during the three rounds of the
two-day tournament. Prior to this tournament, the Rams had never
played in the Ron Moore Women’s Classic.
CSU entered the tournament fresh off a dominant first-place
finish at the Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic on Sept. 13 and 14.
Teams from 16 universities participated in the Ron Moore Women’s
CSU was led by senior Margaret Garehime, who finished 15th in
the individual standings with a three-round total of 229.
Senior Lynette Duran was the second-highest scoring Ram, with a
total score of 231. Senior Trisha Quick scored a 232 and freshman
Chelsea Benton, a Highlands Ranch native, shot a 234. Senior
Kristen Campos finished with a score of 236.
San Francisco finished first in the team standings with a total
score of 908. Denver, the host of the tournament, finished fourth
with a score of 921.
The Rams will next hit the links on Oct. 4 and 5 when they
compete in the Heather Farr/CU Memorial in Broomfield.