2004-05 UCCS Men's Golf Press Releases

September 10, 2004CU-Colorado Springs in eighth after two roundsNeil Huffaker shot a 4-over par 146 to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to eighth place after the first two rounds of the Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational Friday at the Eisenhower Blue Golf Course at the Air Force Academy.
September 11, 2004Golf team fades to 11thOn Friday, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golf team learned that it could hang with the big boys. On Saturday, the Mountain Lions learned how much room is still left for improvement.
September 20, 2004CU-Colorado Springs in third after two rounds at RMAC championshipJohn Scott shot a 1-over par 72 in the second round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Golf Championship Monday to help keep the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs within striking distance for Tuesday’s final round.
September 21, 2004Golf takes second at RMAC championshipThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs made a charge for its third Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Golf Championship Tuesday, but came up three strokes short.
September 22, 2004Scott named RMAC freshman of the yearUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs learned Wednesday that John Scott had been named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Men’s Golf Freshman of the Year.
September 27, 2004Golf team in second at regional qualifierChase Wortmann shot a 3-under par 69 to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golf team into second place after the first round of the Northwest Region Fall Head-to-Head Tournament Monday.
September 28, 2004Lions take fourth at regional qualifierThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs slipped to fourth place at the Northwest Region Fall Head-to-Head Tournament, but remained in good position to qualify for the regional tournament.
October 5, 2004Mountain Lions take a step backwardNick Van Etten’s first-round 75 was the best score shot posted by the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs as the Mountain Lions finished a disappointing 16th Tuesday at the Grand Canyon Fall Invitational at Estrella Mountain Ranch Golf Club in Goodyear, Ariz.
October 12, 2004Mountain Lions battle elite field in final roundThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs shot a 298 Tuesday, tied for the sixth-best round of the day, but was unable to overcome a disastrous start and finished 13th at Chico State Wells Fargo Golf Tournament.
March 7, 2005UCCS in 14th after first round at SoCalJoe Saliba shot a 1-over par 72 in the second round of the 55th SoCal Intercollegiate Invitational as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs finished Monday’s play in 14th place.
March 8, 2005Lions finish 14th at SoCalAll five University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golfers shot an 80 or better as the Mountain Lions finished the final round of the SoCal Intercollegiate Invitational Tuesday in 14th place.
March 29, 2005Golf team takes fourth in ArkansasChase Wortmann shot a three-round score of 231 to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a fourth-place finish at the Central Arkansas Invitational, which was held Monday and Tuesday at the Greystone Country Club in Cabot, Ark.
April 4, 2005Lions take fifth at Mines/Regis InvitationalA 25-stroke second round improvement wasn’t enough to keep the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golf team from slipping to a fifth-place finish at the Colorado School of Mines/Regis Invitational Monday.
April 19, 2005Golf team qualifies for regionalsThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs needed a solid performance at the Northwest Region Spring Head-to-Head Tournament to assure a spot in regionals.
May 2, 2005UCCS golf in third at regionalAdam Jardon shot a 79 Monday as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs finished the first round of the NCAA Division II Northwest Regional in third place.
May 3, 2005UCCS holds onto third, but deficit growsFour University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golfers birdied the par-5 No. 7 hole at Dakota Dunes Golf Club in Dakota Dunes, S.D. Tuesday as the Mountain Lions rallied to retain third place at the NCAA Division II Northwest Regional.
May 4, 2005Lions rally to take secondThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golf team shot the best round of any team competing at the NCAA Division II Northwest Regional Wednesday to finish the tournament in second place.
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