Mark Hocking Hall of Fame Profile

By Jared Verner published April 3, 2013

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Marc Hocking, the 2002 RMAC golf champion, will be the first golf student-athlete to enter the University of Colorado Colorado Springs Athletic Hall of Fame. The second induction ceremony will take place April 4 inside Berger Hall on the UCCS campus.

Hocking won the 2002 title with a score of 11 shots under par. He led the Mountain Lions to its first two national tournament appearances in 2002 and 2003 and two a pair of RMAC championships in 1999 and 2003. Hocking finished in the top 10 in eight tournaments during his senior season and averaged 72.47 through 26 rounds.

Hocking finished No. 13 at the 2003 national championships and was a part of the No. 10 team finish for the Mountain Lions. He placed No. 21 at the 2002 national meet as UCCS finished No. 16 in the team standings. 

Hocking was one of two Mountain Lions to earn a spot on the RMAC All-Century Golf Team during the centennial celebrations in 2009.

Hocking will join Dr. Glenn Williams, outside hitter Audrey Nelson and guard Stephanie (Frisch) Leasure as members of the 2013 induction class.

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