Biersdorff Named RMAC Golfer of the Week
COLORADO SPRINGS - Spencer Biersdorff of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Men's Golfer of the Week, the RMAC announced Thursday.
Biersdorff shot a sub 70 first round score of 66, and continued to lead to Mountain Lions for the duration of the tournament. He shot second and third round scores of 73, totaling 212 for the tournament. He finished second overall at the Grand Canyon Fall Invitational.
It was the first career golfer of the week award for Biersdorff, a sophomore from Nevada City, Calif.
It was the second golfer of the week award for UCCS out of three given by the RMAC this season. Brian Morfeld received the honor for the week of Sept. 16.
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