The Eagles golf team made a huge turnaround for themselves at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Fall Tournament in Lakewood, Colorado. They scored 386-364-750 for their team Monday and Tuesday. The team improved their score by 22 strokes from day 1 of the tournament to day 2. The Chadron State women’s golf team finished 14th overall in the tournament.
The predominantly freshmen led golf team faced tough challenges for the first tournament of the season. CSC women’s golf team finished last place in the Samuel Proal Invitational at Pueblo, Colorado. The team stepped away from the tournament with more experience and knowing what they need to work on.
The CSC golf team will tee off its season Monday and Tuesday, at the Farmer’s Insurance Sam Proal Invitational, in Pueblo, Colorado.
The CSC women’s golf team wrapped up its season in Chandler, Arizona, Tuesday at the RMAC Championships. The team finished 10 of 12, with a 709 total, ahead of Black Hills State University, Spearfish, South Dakota, and Adams State University, Alamosa, Colorado. Regis University Denver, won this year’s tourney shooting a 616.
The Chadron State College women’s golf team traveled to Grand Junction, Colorado, Monday and Tuesday to compete in the Maverick Spring Invitational.
Sam Rahmig, sophomore of Gering, led the CSC golfers to their best two-round tournament score of the season at the Colorado State University-Pueblo Pack Invitational, Monday and Tuesday. Six teams competed at the invite, CSC finished fifth.
The CSC women’s golf team displayed a record shattering performance Monday and Tuesday at the RMAC tournament No.2, hosted by Adam State University, Alamosa, Colorado, finishing the fall season.
The Chadron State women’s golf team finished sixth of seven teams at the 54-hole Bellevue Invitational at Platteview Golf Club, Bellevue. Regular season tournaments for CSC golfers are typically 36 holes.