April 2, 2014
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Next on the tee...
The Colorado State women’s golf team travels to Oxford, Miss. for the M&F Bank Rebel Intercollegiate beginning on Friday, April 4. This will be the first time CSU has appeared in this event.
M&F Bank Rebel Intercollegiate format...
The 18-team field will be participating in a 54-hole, three day tournament, played on the par 72, 6,313-yard Ole Miss Golf Course in Oxford, Miss. Beginning on Friday at 8 a.m. MT, the teams will play 18 holes in a shotgun start. The second round will be played on Saturday and the final round on Sunday. The second and third round will also tee off at 8 a.m. MT. The lowest four individual scores will determine the team scores for each round.
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The Rams’ lineup...
At the M&F Bank Rebel Intercollegiate, senior Emily Roering will tee off as the Rams’ No. 1. Junior Jessa LaBarbera and freshman Elisabeth Rau will play at the Nos. 2 and 3 spots. Sophomore Mikayla Tatman, who is playing in her second consecutive tournament, and senior Christina Spinzig round out the CSU lineup.
The Colorado State women’s golf team finished the Mountain View Collegiate Invitational in 10th place after shooting a three-round total of 896 (+32). This was the Rams’ best outing at this event since winning the tournament in 2010, when the team carded an 890.
Playing in her first tournament since Sept. 24, 2013, redshirt sophomore Mikayla Tatman recorded her first Top 20 finish of her short career. Tatman, a native of Longmont, Colo., finished in a tie for 19th after shooting a career-best 221 (+5). She knocked in nine birdies, which were the fourth most of the Mountain View Collegiate Invitational.
Colorado State returns one of their most experienced group of players in many years. The 2013-14 roster is made up of four seniors (Emily Roering, Christina Spinzig, Sarah Roering and Betsy Kelly), one junior (Jessa LaBarbera) and a pair of sophomores (Mikayla Tatman and Haley King) with collegiate playing experience. New to the CSU women’s golf program is Elisabeth Rau from Irving, Texas.
Ferguson named the best...
Former CSU women’s golfer, Stefanie Ferguson was voted the Best Instructor for Women by Colorado AvidGolfer Magazine at the beginning of the February. Ferguson was a team captain for the Rams while competing from 2005 to 2009. She is now the LPGA Lead Instructor at Green Valley Ranch Golf Academy in Denver, Colo.
Fans can track the Rams during the three-day tournament at www.golfstat.com. Ole Miss officials will updated live scoring every two holes.
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