COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (May 4, 2017) - The Colorado State University-Pueblo women's golf team totaled four awards when the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference doled out its annual yearly honors Thursday. Senior Jacquelyn Porman (Gilbert, Ariz.) led the group as All-RMAC First Team.
Gathering second team honors were sophomores Courtney Ewing (Pueblo West, Colo.), Tori Goodman (Peyton, Colo.) and Jolene Kam (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia). All four student-athletes are repeat all-conference award winners, as Porman and Ewing were 2015-16 All-RMAC First Team members and Goodman and Kam found a spot on the second team.
Porman won the RMAC Championship April 24-25, as she carded a 71-76--147 to finish +3 for the tournament and win by two strokes. She was the team's top golfer all season with a 78.17 scoring average. Porman totaled seven top 25's in nine tournaments, which included all five she played in the spring. The senior won the Pack Spring Invite March 27-28 at +4 for the tournament. She totaled four rounds at 73 or lower with a season-low 71 on day one of the RMAC Championships.
Ewing recorded a 80.28 stroke average as the Pack's No. 2 golfer this season. She finished T-15th at the RMAC Championships (April 24-25) after a 78-83--161 (+17). She posted two top five finishes this season, as she was T-3rd at the Farmers Insurance Sam Proal Invitational (Sept. 5-6) with a +8 152 and was third at the Pack Spring Invite (March 27-28) with a +8 152. Ewing played in all nine tournaments and carded a season-low round of 74 March 28. She was also named Academic All-RMAC First Team.
Goodman played in eight tournaments and posted a 82.38 scoring avearge. She finished top 25 in three events, which included 11th place at the Pack Spring Invite March 27-28. Goodman carded four rounds under 80, which included two low rounds of 76.
Kam finished the season with a 80.0 stroke average. She earned medalist honors at the RMAC Championships (April 24-25), as she finished tied for fifth with a 77-76--153 (+9). She wrapped the season with five top 25 finishes and two top 10's. In addition to her performance at the league championships, Kam finished tied for eighth at the Pack Spring Invite (March 27-28) with a 79-86--165 (+21). She played in all nine tournaments and posted a low round of 75 Sept. 6. Kam also picked up Academic All-RMAC Honor Roll recognition.
The ThunderWolves finished second at the RMAC Championships and won one tournament in 2016-17, the Pack Spring Invite (March 27-28).
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As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics.