CHANDLER, Ariz. (April 23, 2018) - The Colorado State University-Pueblo women's golf team remained in second after 36 holes of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championships in Chandler, Arizona at the Ocotillo Golf Resort.
The ThunderWolves will complete the tournament Tuesday with the first tee time of the final 18 holes set for 10:18 a.m.
The ThunderWolves shot an 19-over 307 to sit +36 for the Championships. The Pack are 17 strokes out of first, as University of Colorado Colorado Springs sits at +19. CSU-Pueblo has a six-stroke lead on third place Colorado Mesa University.
Junior Courtney Ewing (Pueblo West, Colo.) shot a 74 and is three-over for the Championships to rank tied for third and four strokes out of the lead. Ewing had two of the four birdies for the ThunderWolves on day two. A double bogey on nine was her only big blemish on the card. She is even on Par 3's for the tournament to rank tied for first. Her -1 efforts on Par 5's is tied for the second best in the field.
Rachanok Rahulpan (Jr., Pathumthani, Thailand) had the next best round Monday with a 77 (+5), as she sits +13 and in a tie for 16th. She finished with 13 pars and five bogeys. She is one-under for the tournament on Par 5's to rank tied for the second best in the field.
Juniors Orakorn Thirayatorn (Meang Khonkaen, Thailand) and Jolene Kam (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia) both shot 76 in round one and followed each other again in round two with a 78. They are both +10 for the tournament and sit just out of the top 10 at T-11th. Thirayatorn was just two-over for the round until she got stuck with a nine on 18. Kam also put up a crooked number late with a triple bogey seven on 15.
Freshman Kellsey Sample (Monument, Colo.) recorded an 86 and is +25 for the tournament.
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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.