Oct. 14, 2005
On the Next Tee...
The Colorado State women's golf team heads to Las Cruces, N.M. for the Give `Em Five Invitational. New Mexico State University will host the 54-hole event that features 36 holes on Monday and concludes with a round of 18 Tuesday.
2000 Price's "Give `Em Five"Invitational
The last time the Rams played in the "Give `Em Five" Invitational was the fall of 2000. Colorado State's 12th place finish was the only tournament of the fall season the Rams did not place in the top 10. Mayumi Motoyama was the top finisher for CSU with an 18-over-par 234 and a tie for 35th place.
The 2005 field in the Give `Em Five Invitational features 21 teams including: Arizona, Arkansas-Little Rock, Baylor, Boise State, Colorado, Colorado State, Denver, Fresno State, Hawai'i, Idaho, Long Beach State, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, New Mexico State, Oklahoma, Portland State, San Francisco, Texas Tech, UC Davis and UTEP.
Rams Finish 11th at Heather Farr/CU Memorial
The Rams wrapped up play at the Omni Interlocken Golf Club on October 4, 2005. After three rounds of play, Colorado State finished in 11th place. The first place finisher was the University of Denver, who's score of 884 (+20) was 13 strokes lower than the second place finisher, Fresno State. Emily Hoeper of DU was the top individual player with a score of 215 (-1).
The top finisher for the Rams was Megan Chapman. Chapman ended the tournament in a tie for 23rd place, which is the best finish for the sophomore this season. Chapman's score of 70 in the second round ties for the 10th lowest single round score for an individual in school history. Next on the leader board for the Rams was Chelsea Benton. Benton finished in a tie for 33rd place with a score of 230. The Heather Farr/CU Memorial is the first collegiate tournament Kelly Brotherton had played in and the freshman from Dollar, Scotland, tied for 45th place with a score of 234. Amber Ward finished in a tie for 57th place and Krystina Gillenwater ended the tournament tied for 68th place.