Two UCCS Golfers on RMAC All-Academic Team
The University of Colorado-Colorado Springs Men's Golf team has two members of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Men's Golf 2010-11 All-Academic First Team.
The first UCCS Golfer on the RMAC All-Academic First Team is senior Brain Morfeld. Morfeld comes from Boulder, Colo. He was also a member of 2009-10 RMAC Men's Golf All-Academic First Team. Morfeld has a GPA of 3.532 and is well on pace to graduate with a degree in Marketing and Finance this coming May.
The other UCCS Golfer on the RMAC All-Academic First Team is junior Michael Tilghman. Tilghman transferred to UCCS from the University of California-San Diego. He earned two-time Colorado All-State Academic honor while at Regis-Jesuit High School. At UCCS he is majoring in Business with a GPA of 3.860.
The rest of the RMAC Men's Golf All-Academic First Team are:
Cory Bacon-Colorado Mines
Gavin Lyons-Fort Lewis
Elliot Feng-Colorado Mines
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