JV Gets Their Chance to Shine

Colorado School of Mines golf sent their JV team to CSU-Pueblo to compete in the Wolf Pack Invitational. With a storm rolling through on Monday, the event was postponed until Tuesday and shortened to just 36 holes.

Play started early Tuesday morning, and when the dust settled at the end of 36 holes, Mines sat in seventh place out of ten. Leading the team finishing in a tie for tenth place, was sophomore Nick Berry. Berry shot an even-par 71 for his first round and a two over 73 for (+2) overall in the event. Fellow sophomore Conrad Smith finished (+7) in a tie for nineteenth and freshman Taylor MacKay and David Schack finished (+9) and (+13) respectively.

Team Scores
1.Colorado Mesa Univ. 291 279 570 +2
2.West Texas A & M Univ. 289 282 571 +3
3.Colorado St-Pueblo 288 284 572 +4
7. Colorado School of Mines JV 303 296 599 +31

Mines Scores
T-10. Nick Berry 71 73 (144) +2
T-19. Conrad Smith 75 74 (149) +7
T-26. Taylor MacKay 79 72 (151) +9
T-39. David Schack 78 77 (155) +13



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