Sept. 18, 2012
FORT COLLINS, Colo- The Rams tried to rally for a first place finish, but were unable to clear the hurdle that was Wichita State and finished second in the first annual Ram Master Invitational. Colorado State played to the tune of a 288 final round and finished with a three round total of 860 (+20), one stroke down from the Shockers' 859 (+19).
Playing as an individual, redshirt freshman Jordan Wetsch captured first place overall, as he ended the day with a 67 (-3) and ended the tournament with a 210 (E). Teammate Kirby Pettitt ended the day in third place after a final round 69 (-1) and a two day total of 213 (+3).
Junior Parker Edens played a very consistent three rounds, finishing with a 214 (+4), good for a tie in fourth place. Senior Kory Harrell began the day in second place, but fell seven spots to ninth after posting a 76 (+6) in the final round to finish with a 215 (+5). Sophomore Cameron Harrell finished with a 221 (+11) and freshman Brett Wilson tallied a 73 (+3) for the last 18 holes, finishing with a three round score of 227 (+17).
Playing as individuals, freshman Dominic Kieffer ended his day with a 78 (+8) and a total score of 226 (+16), while senior K.C. Chang posted a two-day total of 227 (+17).