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Season Event Rd1 Rd2 Rd3 Rd4 2005-06 Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational 81 78 82 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Stroke Average 80.33 2004-05 Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational 75 73 80 0 RMAC Championship 79 78 72 0 Grand Canyon Fall Invitational 76 76 77 0 Chico State Wells Fargo Golf Tournament 78 77 74 0 Central Arkansas Invitational 76 80 82 0 Colorado Mines/Regis Invitational 81 78 0 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Stroke Average 77.18 2003-04 ASC Invitational 79 77 74 0 Falcon Classic 73 78 76 0 RMAC Championship 73 77 71 0 Regional Qualifier Head-to-Head 76 73 76 0 Grand Canyon 75 73 75 0 Family motors Invitational 78 81 75 0 54th SoCal Intercollegiate Championship 83 81 82 0 Aggie Invitational 76 81 75 0 NW Region Springs Head-to-Head 80 75 81 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Stroke Average 76.81 2002-03 ASC Invitational 75 78 73 0 Falcom-Antigua Invitational 81 78 79 0 2002 RMAC Championship 70 76 78 0 53rd SoCal Intercollegiate Championship 79 74 72 0 Fort Hays Invitational 78 76 81 0 NW Region Spring Head-to-Head 77 84 83 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Stroke Average 77.33
2005-06: Was named acaemic All-RMAC ...Placed 88th at the Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational ... Had a stroke average of 80.33
2004-05: Was awarded academic All-RMAC ... Had a stroek average of 77.18, second best on the team ... Shot the team's best score at the Grand Canyon Fall Head to Head Shot ... Competed in six tournaments and was the team's third best scorer in three of the tournaments.
2003-04: Tied for 19th in the NW Region Fall Head to Head ... Finished tenth in the RMAC Championship where the Mountain Lions placed third ... Had a stroke average of 76.81, third best on team.
2002-03: Took 28th in the Adams State Invite on Sept 7-8 ... Tied for 92nd at the Falcon Invite on Sept 20-22 ... Tied for 23rd after shooting an opening round 70 at the RMAC Championship on Sept 23-24.
Made the Deans List for in the fall of 2002
Pre UCCS Notes:
Before CU-Colorado Springs: Was selected first-team all-South Central League ... Won the Spanish Peaks Golf Tournament and the South Invitational while competing for Pueblo South High School.
Personal: Is majoring in Business ... Enjoys music and weight lifting ... Has one brother, Joey, and a sister, Sarah ... Parents are Ernest and Sarah Ruybalid ... Born on June 7, 1982.
Stories featuring Mark Ruybalid
|September 11, 2005||Golf beats Division I school en route to 16th-place finish||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springsâ€™ golf team shot a final-round 301 to surge past Division I San Francisco and into 16th place at the Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational Sunday.|
|September 10, 2005||Golf in 17th after first round at Air Force||Chase Wortmann shot a 2-over par 146 as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs finished the first two rounds, both played on Saturday, of the Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational in 17th place.|
|April 4, 2005||Lions take fifth at Mines/Regis Invitational||A 25-stroke second round improvement wasnâ€™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.|
|March 29, 2005||Golf team takes fourth in Arkansas||Chase 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.|
|October 12, 2004||Mountain Lions battle elite field in final round||The 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.|
|October 5, 2004||Mountain Lions take a step backward||Nick Van Ettenâ€™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.|
|September 21, 2004||Golf takes second at RMAC championship||The 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 20, 2004||CU-Colorado Springs in third after two rounds at RMAC championship||John 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 Tuesdayâ€™s final round.|
|September 11, 2004||Golf team fades to 11th||On 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 10, 2004||CU-Colorado Springs in eighth after two rounds||Neil 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.|
|May 5, 2004||Golf team takes fifth at regional tournament||J.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.|
|May 4, 2004||Van Etten leads Lions into seventh||The 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 3, 2004||Golf team in eighth after first round at regionals||Nick 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.|
|April 19, 2004||Golf in ninth entering final round||No 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.|
|March 30, 2004||Golf team holds onto 14th||Mark 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.|
|March 29, 2004||Golf team in 14th entering final round||After shooting a very strong score of 305 in the opening round, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golf team slipped a bit in Mondayâ€™s second round with a 321 that put the Mountain Lions in 14th place at the Aggie Invitational in El Macero, Calif.|
|February 25, 2004||Van Etten helps golf team climb to 14th||Nick 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.|
|February 23, 2004||Men's golf in 15th after first day of Bakersfield tournament||Trent 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 Tuesdayâ€™s final round of the Family Motors Invitational in Bakersfield, Calif.|
|October 2, 2003||Golf team finds consistency at regional tournament||CU-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 yearâ€™s squad is consistency. Tuesday, the Mountain Lions made his assertion look prophetic.|
|September 29, 2003||Team effort puts golf team in third at qualifier||Despite 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.|
|September 24, 2003||Mountain Lions take third at RMAC tournament||A 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 21, 2003||Golf team finishes 15th at Air Force||After 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 20, 2003||Mountain Lions slip in second round||A 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 19, 2003||Mountain Lions top D-II team after first round at Air Force||The 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 8, 2003||Final round fade drops Mountain Lions to second||The 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.|