(Neb.) - CSC golfers in ninth after first day of RMAC championship
LITCHFIELD PARK, Ariz. – The Chadron State College women’s golf team is in ninth place after shooting a round of 391 during the opening day of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Women’s Golf Championship at the Wigwam Golf Course Monday.
Western New Mexico owns the 18-hole lead with 325 but CSU-Pueblo, Regis and Colorado Mesa are less than 10 strokes away.
The tournament’s final round begins this morning with a shotgun start.
Emilee Pilkington led Chadron State with a round of 86, placing her 18th in the individual standings. She shot a 40 on the front nine and followed with a 46 on the back nine.
Also for Chadron State, Chelsea Murrell shot a 98, Ashley Kurtz carded 101, Nicole Tlustos had 106 and Kinlee Ginn finished with 106.
Dominique Dinallo of CSU-Pueblo leads all golfers with an 18-hole total of 75.
1, Western N.M., 325; 2, CSU-Pueblo, 330; 3, Regis University, 332; 4, Colorado Mesa, 334; 5, UNK, 350; 6, Adams State, 351; 7, Colorado Christian, 367; 8, Chadron State College, 391.
Chadron State Scores
Emilee Pilkington, 40-46—86; Chelsea Murell, 47-51—98; Ashley Kurtz, 54-47—101; Nicole Tlustos, 54-52—106; Kinlee Ginn, 59-53—112.
(Story courtesy of CSC Sports Information)
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