June 27, 2014
FORT COLLINS, Colo. - Colorado State men's golf head coach Christian Newton revealed Friday his squad's schedule for the upcoming 2014-15 season, his third at the helm of the Rams' program.
CSU tees off the fall schedule with back-to-back tournaments in Colorado. First, the team travels to Colorado Springs to compete in Air Force's Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational (Sept. 7-8). The following week, the Rams will welcome 14 teams from across the nation to compete in CSU's own Ram Masters Invitational presented by Pedersen Toyota (Sept. 15-16). The 54-hole event, now in its third season, will take place, once again, at the Fort Collins Country Club.
The field for the 2014 Ram Masters includes Mountain West foes Air Force, Nevada and Wyoming, as well as regional rivals Denver and Northern Colorado. Other teams competing are Cal Poly, George Washington, Kansas, McNeese State, Rice, Sacramento State, South Dakota State, Utah Valley, and Wichita State.
The Rams close a busy September with a trip to Albuquerque, N.M., where they will compete in the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate hosted by the University of New Mexico.
As the calendar flips to October, the Rams head to Erin Hills, Wis., where they will compete in a 3-day tournament as part of the Erin Hills Intercollegiate (Oct. 5-7), hosted by Marquette. Two weeks later, the Rams' fall season draws to a close with 3 days of competition at the Price's "Give `Em Five" Invitational (Oct. 24-26) hosted by UTEP in El Paso, Texas.
Colorado State's 2015 spring season begins Feb. 18-20 in Lihu'e, Hawai'i, where the squad will spend three days at the John Burns Intercollegiate hosted by the University of Hawai'i. The 2014 event was cut short by inclement weather.
After returning to the mainland, the Rams will spend the next two tournaments in sunny Arizona, first competing in the National Invitational Tournament hosted by the Arizona Wildcats, Feb. 28-March 2 in Tucson, Ariz. The Rams then head to Goodyear, Ariz., March 19-21, for three days at the Desert Shootout.
The team closes out daunting March schedule at The Goodwin (March 26-28), hosted by Stanford University, before traveling to Provo, Utah to compete in the BYU Cougar Classic (April 24-25) in the team's final tuneup prior to the 2015 Mountain West Championship.
CSU's regular-season schedule draws to at the MW tournament, with an automatic bid to the NCAA Regionals up for grabs. The MW tourney is slated for May 1-3, and will once again be held at Tucson National Golf Resort in Tucson, Ariz.
For a complete view of the Rams' 2014-15 schedule, click here.
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