Men's Golfers Finish Ninth In Lamkin San Diego Classic

CHULA VISTA, Calif. — The University of Colorado men's golf team made a mid-round run but eventually had to settle for a ninth place finish here Tuesday as the Lamkin San Diego Classic came to a close.
 
No. 31 Tennessee, in at even-par and one stroke out of the lead entering the day, shot an 8-under 280 in the final round, matched only by San Diego State – which enabled the Volunteers to pull away for a four stroke win over No. 3 Arizona State with an 8-under 856 team total.  The Sun Devils finished with an 860 total, the same as No. 28 SDSU as the two tied for runner-up honors.  No. 5 Texas A & M claimed fourth (861) and No. 33 California rounded out the top five (862).
 
The Buffaloes, ranked No. 84 led for a decent portion of the first round, finished 14 strokes off the pace in ninth with a 6-over 870 score.  CU's five players had an incredibly hot stretch; starting on holes 8 through 11, the five started a collective 7-over; but over the next eight holes (Nos. 13 through 2), the Buffalo quintet scored five eagles and 12 birdies with five bogeys, or 17-under par that vaulted the team at one point into third place.  But some of the toughest holes followed, and with a light rain breezy winds, they came back to Earth a bit and closed the day with a 2-under 286.
 

Golfers In Ninth In Lamkin San Diego Classic

CHULA VISTA, Calif. — The University of Colorado men's golf team opened strong but couldn't keep up the pace, ending up in ninth place after the first two rounds of the Lamkin San Diego Classic, both of which were completed here Monday.
 
San Francisco used the afternoon's best score to take the lead with a 1-under par team score of 575, as the No. 53 Dons lead No. 3 Arizona State and No. 31 Tennessee by one shot.  Lurking back are No. 5 Texas A&M and No. 33 California, tied for fourth with 3-over 579 totals.
 

Annual APR Scores Continue At High Level

BOULDER — The University of Colorado Academic Progress Rate (APR) report based on information for the four-year period from 2015-16 through 2018-19 released Monday by the NCAA, along with those of all other Division I schools, shows the women leading the way in another generally strong academic showing for the Buffs.

Golfers Finish 10th At Wyoming's Desert Intercollegiate

PALM DESERT, Calif. — The University of Colorado men's golf team couldn't make up any ground and finished in 10th place here Sunday as the 16th annual Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate came to a close.
 
No. 19 Auburn ran away with the event, shooting 9-under par as a team Sunday to finish up with a 22-under 842 score.   No. 50 Charlotte entered the day three back, but had a 6-over 294, the 15-stroke swing eliminating it from contention though still finished second (860).  Denver, ranked No. 109, was the surprise team of the tournament, finishing third at 861, the only other school under par.  Colorado State was fourth with an 864 (even), while Oregon and TCU tied for fifth with 2-over 866 scores.
 

Golfers Slip Two Spots Into Ninth In Wyoming's Desert Intercollegiate

PALM DESERT, Calif. — The University of Colorado men's golf team slipped two spots into ninth place here Saturday in the 16th annual Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate, as scores were significantly higher in the second round.
 
No. 19 Auburn turned in the best score in the second round, a 5-under 283, to take over the lead with a 563 (13-under) team score.  No. 50 Charlotte remained in place, three out of the lead at 566, while Boise State (573), Denver (574) and North Texas (575) make up the rest of the top five.