|Posted September 16, 2008|
Pack cuts strokes again at first RMAC event
SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. - For the fourth consecutive
round, the Colorado State University-Pueblo women's golf team cut
strokes off its overall score, posting a 345 Tuesday in the second
round of the Eagle Invitational hosted by Chadron State
It marks the first time in the history of the program that the team has cut strokes in every round for four consecutive rounds, and the 345 is the lowest round as a team the school has shot in the history of the program.
"We've shown a great level of improvement in such a short time, and it's like nothing I've ever seen since I've been here (since 2005)," Pack coach Josh Hartman said. "This is a great first step to becoming one of the top golf programs in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference."
Meagan Chapman, a South High School product, shot two rounds of 82 for sixth place.