Sophomore Kasey Claussen of the CSU women’s golf team led the Rams in their
home tournament Monday at the Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic, recording a 72 in
the opening round and finishing the exhausting day with a round 2 score of 76.
Claussen currently sits in a tie for 23rd among the 105-player field.
Sophomore Natalie Stone ended the day tied for 27th at 6-over par.
Junior Stefanie Ferguson started the day off strong with a two-over par
performance in the first round, but she failed to find her groove in the
second round, finishing at eight-over. Ferguson is currently tied for the
The tournament consists of two 18-hole rounds played Monday and one final
round today, ending around 1:30pm at the Ptarmigan Country Club. The
tournament is considered both a team competition and an individual one.
“It is very important to be physically fit in collegiate golf,” said Angie
Hopkins, the CSU women’s golf coach. “These girls need to stay hydrated and on
top of their game
CSU is currently in the 9th position out of a 20-team field. If the team can
stick with its motto of the tournament, “Birdies and Greens” for today’s
round, the Rams feel they can find their way back into the top-three teams,
which is where they for most of Monday’s two rounds.
1. Mary Mattson -2 on the day Campbell University
2. Shannon Yocum E on the day Cal
T3. Pia Halbig +1 on the day Cal
T3. Daphne Vines +1 on the day BYU
T.23 Kasey Claussen +5 on the day CSU