Following a second place finish at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) Championships, the Colorado School of Mines Golf team is sending Senior Captain Nick Berry and freshman George Markham to the NCAA Regional Tournament. The regional tournament was hosted by Western New Mexico in Las Cruces, New Mexico, at University Golf Course on May…
The Mines golf team has started the spring season off with solid play. The team’s recent success has been aided by their new $100,000 indoor practice facility which features an electronic driving range and a full sized putting green. The Division 1 level facility is unparalleled in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) and has…
The 2014 RMAC Golf Championship took place this past week in Goodyear, Arizona and the Orediggers finished eighth out of nine teams. After the first day of competition, the Orediggers were sitting in sixth place after two rounds of play, but in the final round of play on day two, Mines went +13 for the round to fall to eighth. The number seven team in the nation, Western New Mexico, lead from start to finish and captured the RMAC championship.
The Oredigger golf team kicked off the 2014 season earlier this week taking on 16 other schools in San Bernardino, California at the Coyote Classic. The No. 25 ranked Mines squad faced stiff competition, and left the tournament with an eleventh place finish out of 17 competing schools. Michael Lee was CSM’s highest finishing individual golfer, end the event tied for 18 place at +8.
The top-ranked Colorado School of Mines golf team had a rough time at the Golfweek Division II Fall Invitational in Oregon this week, finishing the tournament 11th out of 15 competing schools and 53 strokes behind champion California State-Monterey Bay. Senior Kyle Grassel was the Orediggers’ highest finisher, ending up tied for 26th and 16 shots behind winner Brandon Hortt of CSU-Monterey Bay.
The Colorado School of Mines golf team started its 2013 season in spectacular fashion by bringing home both the team and individual titles at the Ryan Palmer Foundation Invitational earlier this week in Amarillo, setting school records along the way.
The No. 22 Colorado School of Mines golf team, led by junior Michael Lee, finished second at the RMAC championship that took place Monday and Tuesday in Goodyear, Arizona.
After day one, Mines sat in second place out of nine teams with a total of 590, 12 strokes back of leader UC – Colorado Springs. Lee sat in second after posting rounds of 72 and 68, three shots back of the overall lead.
The Mines golf team dominated the competition last week, as Jim Knous and Cory Bacon finished first and second respectively and the Orediggers won the RMAC Conference Tournament in Litchfield Park, Arizona.