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RMAC Championships

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Written by Jared Riemer

Posted on 27 April 2014

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 leading golfer for the Orediggers was Michael Lee (senior) who finished tied for sixteenth with a three round score of ( +11). Nick Berry (sophomore) finished 25th with a +13 for his three rounds of play and Kyle Miley (freshman) was +15 in a tie for 26th. Rounding out the scoring for Mines was senior Kyle Grassel (+22) and junior John Ahern (+26).

Team Scores:
1. No. 7 Western New Mexico Univ. 296 286 296 878 (+14)
2. Colorado St-Pueblo 288 306 291 885 (+21)
3. UCCS 296 298 294 888( +24)
4. Colorado Mesa Univ. 296 297 302 895 (+31)
8. Colorado School of Mines 301 306 314 921( +57)

Orediggers Scores:
T-16. Michael Lee 74 76 77 227 (+11)
25. Nick Berry 75 75 79 229 (+13)
T-26. Kyle Miley 74 73 84 231 (+15)
36. Kyle Grassel 78 84 76 238 (+22)
T-40. John Ahern 78 82 82 242 (+26)

Also announced this week, Reigning RMAC player of the year winner, Michael Lee, garnered his second consecutive RMAC player of the year award and classmate Kyle Grassel garnered third team All-RMAC (third time he has earned the award). Lee earned his fourth straight all-conference nod. This was his second straight first team award.
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