Espinoza places 34th
Rams' Espinoza moves up 24 spots
Rams' Espinoza is +4 after Round 1
Rams' senior is second in Mountain West in scoring average
Rams finish fifth, Espinoza named to all-conference team
Competed in all 11 tournaments for the Rams... Set an all-time tournament record at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic on her way to a five-stroke win... Shot season and career-low scores of 68 twice at the Cowgirl Classic and posted a career-low three-round total of 208 while leading the team to a second place finish... Shot a hole-in-one at the Johnie Imes Invitational and tied for sixth with a three-round total of 219...Had two top-five, one top-10 and four top-20 finishes on the season... Is tied for third all-time at CSU for career top-10 finishes and second in top-20 finishes... Finished tied for third at the Mountain West Championships... Qualified as a individual for the NCAA regionals... Hit 63% greens in regulation, 82% fairways in regulation and converted 65% of up and downs... Has the CSU record for lowest single-season stroke average compiling a 74.06 in 33 rounds played... Named to the MW all-conference team for the second time and earned MW academic all-conference honors for the fourth time.
Competed in all 12 tournaments for the Rams as well as the NCAA regional...Led the team in nearly every individual category, including stroke average and rounds played... The 2011 team Player of the Year... Rotary Club MVP... Individually qualified for the NCAA West regional tournament... Had three top-five, one top-10, and five top-20 finishes... Posted a season-low round score (71) five times... Broke her career-low score of 219 twice... Set a career-low of 214 at the Mountain View Collegiate, while finishing in second place...Was the highest Rams finisher at the USF Waterlefe Invitational, finishing in fifth place with a total score of 221, while leading the team to a second place finish... Compiled a stroke average of 75.18 in 39 rounds played... Named to the MW all-conference team and awarded MW academic all-conference honors.
Competed in all 12 tournaments for the Rams... Finished in first place and led the Rams to a win over Grand Canyon in a dual match... Posted a season-low round score (72) three times... Set a career-low score of 219 in the Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic... Highest Rams finisher in the Cowgirl Classic (220) tying for fifth place... Compiled a stroke average of 78.44 in 36 rounds played... Awarded MW academic all-conference honors
Low Rams finisher at the Mountain West championships, finishing in seventh place (228)...Named to the 2009 MW academic-all conference team...Ended the season with a career-low round of 69 and a career-low score of 220 in the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown... Competed in nine out of 10 tournaments... Compiled a stroke average of 76.96 27 rounds played.
In 2007, had a competitive stroke average of 74.43 for 32 rounds, and ranked 80th in the nation...Placed second in the 5A Division I state girl's golf tournament with a two-round total of 144...Her state tournament finishes included: 26th in 2004, 16th in 2005 and seventh in 2006...Was the 2006 5A Division I Central Region champion, and 2007 5A Division I Central Region runner-up...Won the 2004 Sportsmanship Award and qualified for the Junior World Championships in 2005 and 2007...Was a Quintero Cup team member in 2006, a Mary Cave Cup team member in 2006 and 2007, Mary Cave Cup team champion in 2007 and Mary Cave Cup individual medalist in 2007...Also was the Junior Golf Association of Arizona girl's state champion in 2007, and won a total of five times in that season.
Born March 7, 1990, in Placentia, Calif., to Frank and Melinda Espinoza...Has one younger sister, Cady...Major: Liberal Arts
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