Golf: UCCS in Second Place after Day 1 of First RMAC Event
PUEBLO WEST -- David Hoffman shot a 3-over par 147 to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs into second place after the first two rounds of the RMAC Golf Tournament #1, which were played Monday at Desert Hawk Golf Club.
Hoffman's effort puts him in a three-way tie for fifth place individually going into Tuesday's final round. Teammate Todd Napikowski is in eighth place, two strokes behind Hoffman, while David Cosel and Tyler Bishop are tied for 11th at 151.
Western New Mexico's Greg Pool and Marcus Molina were first and second after the first two rounds with scores of 140 and 143 respectively. Not coincidentally, the Mustangs also go into Tuesday with the best team score of 585, 11 strokes better than UCCS.
Colorado State-Pueblo is I third place at 605 and Colorado Christian is in fourth at 606.
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