The CSU women's golf team took seventh-place honors at the Brigham Young Dixie Classic Tuesday in Georgetown, Utah. The second day of the tournament was cancelled because of inclement weather, but the team shot a final-round score of 313 (+25), passing three other teams to place seventh out of 14 teams.
The Rams' second-round score was 26 strokes better than their first-round score of 339, yielding a tournament score of 652 (+76). The Rams finished 35 strokes behind tournament champion UNLV.
Kristen Campos led the Rams with a two-round total of 162 (+18). She started the final round tied for 29th but fired a final-round 78 (+6) to move into a tie for 23rd. Lynette Duran shot the Rams' low round of the tournament, a final-round 77 (+5).
Both Duran and fellow senior Trisha Quick finished tied for 27th with scores of 163 (+19). Margaret Garehime shot a 164 (+20) to tie for 32nd, and Chelsea Benton shot a 168 (+24), tying for 47th. Megan Chapman competed as an individual and rounded out the scoring for the Rams, shooting a 174 (+30).
The BYU Dixie Classic concluded the Rams regular season. The Rams compete at the Mountain West Conference Championships April 21-23.