Among the slew of athletic star power at CSU, one name in
particular floats under the radar: senior golfer Nolan Martin.
Following his second place finish last week at the John Burns
Intercollegiate tournament in Hawaii to open the spring golf
season, Martin reached No. 11 in the nation in Golfweek’s weekly
Martin’s finish at Hawaii marked his sixth top 10 finish dating
back to the fall golf season.
In the tournament, Martin shattered school records while coming
within one stroke of tournament champion Spencer Levine of New
He compiled rounds of 67, 71 and 64, respectively, to finish
with an overall score of 202.That final round score of 64 tied the
school record for the lowest single round score and his 202 total
is a school record for a three-round tournament.
Furthermore, with a 69.52 per round average that dates back to
the 2003 fall season, Martin is on pace to break the school record
and his six top 10 finishes put him within one of Jeff Fujimoto’s
school record of seven.