2003-04 Men's Golf News

September 8, 2003Final round fade drops Mountain Lions to secondThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golf team picked up where it left off this past season by earning a second-place finish in the first tournament of 2002-03, the ASC Invitational on Monday.
September 19, 2003Mountain Lions top D-II team after first round at Air ForceThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs shot a 298 Friday, the lowest score posted by any of the four NCAA Division II schools competing at the Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational.
September 20, 2003Mountain Lions slip in second roundA young team is going to experience growing pains. On Saturday, those pains became chronic for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golf team.
September 21, 2003Golf team finishes 15th at Air ForceAfter slipping badly in the second round, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golf team recovered nicely in the third and final round of the Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational on Sunday.
September 22, 2003Golf team in fifth after first day of RMAC championshipLAKEWOOD, Colo. - Regis University leads the nine-school field with a first-round stroke total of 288 after opening-day action at the 2003-04 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) Men’s Golf Championships at Fox Hollow G.C. in Lakewood.
September 24, 2003Mountain Lions take third at RMAC tournamentA final-round rally was good enough to allow the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to defend its honor, but was not enough to defend its Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference golf crown.
September 29, 2003Team effort puts golf team in third at qualifierDespite not having a player among the top 17 individually, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golf team was tied for third after the first two rounds of the Northwest Region Head-to-Head tournament at Hastings, Neb., on Monday.
October 2, 2003Golf team finds consistency at regional tournamentCU-Colorado Springs golf coach Phil Trujillo has made no secret of his opinion that the only thing keeping his young team from challenging the lofty standards set by last year’s squad is consistency. Tuesday, the Mountain Lions made his assertion look prophetic.
February 23, 2004Men's golf in 15th after first day of Bakersfield tournamentTrent Daum and J.P. Wertz each shot two-round scores of 148 to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golf team to 15th place going into Tuesday’s final round of the Family Motors Invitational in Bakersfield, Calif.
February 25, 2004Van Etten helps golf team climb to 14thNick Van Etten shot a 3-under par 69 Monday to help the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golf team climb into a tie for 14th at the Family Motors Invitational at Bakersfield, Calif.
March 9, 2004Golf team unable to defend SoCal titleUnable to fully recover from a poor first round, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golf team was unable to defend it’s title at the SoCal Intercollegiate Golf Championships, which were held on Monday and Tuesday at the Santa Luz Club in Del Mar, Calif.
March 29, 2004Golf team in 14th entering final roundAfter shooting a very strong score of 305 in the opening round, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golf team slipped a bit in Monday’s second round with a 321 that put the Mountain Lions in 14th place at the Aggie Invitational in El Macero, Calif.
March 30, 2004Golf team holds onto 14thMark Ruybalid shot a 3-over par 75 Tuesday as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golf team held on to finish 14th at the Aggie Invitational at El Macero, Calif.
April 19, 2004Golf in ninth entering final roundNo University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golfer shot better than a 75 as the Mountain Lions finished the first two rounds of the Northwest Region Spring Head-to-Head Tournament Monday in ninth place.
April 20, 2004Dominant Daum leads golf team to seventh placeTrent Daum shot a tournament-best 4-under par 67 Tuesday to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs into a tie for seventh at the Northwest Region Spring Head-to-Head tournament at Firethorn Country Club in Lincoln, Neb.
April 23, 2004Mountain Lions make field for Super RegionalBELLINGHAM, Wash. â- Six of the top 12 teams and 13 of the top 23 players in NCAA Division II are part of the field announced today for the NCAA Division II West/Northwest Super Regional which Western Washington University will host May 3-5 at the Bellingham Golf and Country Club.
May 3, 2004Golf team in eighth after first round at regionalsNick Van Etten shot a 75 as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golf team finished the first round of the NCAA Division II Northwest Regional golf tournament in eighth place on Monday.
May 4, 2004Van Etten leads Lions into seventhThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golf team shot a 299 Tuesday, the second-best round of the day, to move up to seventh at the NCAA Division II Northwest Regional golf tournament in Bellingham, Wash.
May 5, 2004Golf team takes fifth at regional tournamentJ.P. Wertz shot a 2-over par 74 as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs shot a final-round score of 307 Wednesday to finish the NCAA Division II Northwest Golf Regional at Bellingham, Wash., in a tie for fifth place.
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