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March 23, 2011
By Cydnee Black
Athletic Media Relations
Next on the tee...
The Colorado State women's golf team is teeing off on Friday, co-hosting and competing at the 13th annual MountainView Collegiate. The tournament is also hosted by Colorado and will take place on Friday and Saturday in Tucson, Ariz., at the MountainView Country Club.
The par-72 MountainView golf course spans across 6,221 yards. All told, 36 holes will be played on Friday with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. MDT, followed by the last 18 holes on Saturday with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. MDT.
Colorado State is one of 18 teams competing at the MountainView Collegiate. The other teams competing are Arkansas, Baylor, Gonzaga, Indiana, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oregon State, San Jose State, Texas State, Texas Tech, Wyoming, and co-host Colorado.
The Rams' starting lineup is Brianna Espinoza, Betsy Kelly, Sarah Roering, Cecilie Krefting and Christina Spinzing. Emily Roering will compete as an individual.
Rams at the MountainView Collegiate...
Last season the Rams were the champions of the MountainView Collegiate. The Rams scored a low-round score of 293 (+5) in Round 3 of the tournament, giving them an overall team total of 890 (+26). The score left them to tie for first alongside Texas Tech. In the end the decision was left to a score-card playoff. The fifth player on each team received the same score of 230. However the fourth-place players' scores left CSU to claim the first-place title.
BYU at Entrada Classic...
The Colorado State women's golf team struggled in its starting day of the BYU at Entrada Classic and finished the tournament in 13th place out of 15 teams earlier this week. The Rams scored a total of 311 in Round 3 of the tournament, finishing with an overall team total of 964 (+100). Espinoza led the Rams on both days of the tournament, finishing with an overall total of 237 (+21), placing her tied for 37th place.