Eagles Ratings: Reynolds is RMAC’s Field Athlete of the Week – Reuters Sports News

CHANDLER, Arizona – April 19, 2022 – The Chadron State College golf team finished eighth out of 12 teams on the third and final day of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championships at Whirlwind Golf Club in Chandler, Arizona.

“We were disappointed to leave the last green,” said John Ritzen, CSC’s head golf coach. “We started to put something in place today and then we struggled the last few holes. They had a good week but weren’t happy. Jordan [Grasis] played good golf but ran into issues on the 16th. Brooke [Kramer] and Kinsey [Smith] also put three great days together, and that helped us a lot. We don’t play a lot of 54-hole tournaments, but four women have had some of our best 54-hole performances.”

The team’s score of 957 shots, after three rounds, was the lowest recorded in recent history for a three-round tournament.

Junior Jordan Grasis tied for 18and , individually, out of 59 golfers, to lead the Eagles. She was tied for fifth, statistically, with an even score on par five, in three rounds. Grasis posted an individual score of 77-79-79-235.

Colorado Christian recorded 299-293-290 to come in at 882 to win the tournament by eight strokes over the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.

CCU’s Faith Kilgore finished at 72-73-68-213 to claim the RMAC individual crown.

Individual CSC Scores:
T18, Jordan Grasis, 77-79-79-235; 32, Brooke Kramer, 81-79-80-240; 33, Kinsey Smith, 83-80-78-241; T34, Alpine Hickstein, 80-83-79-242; T47, Kenzey Kanno82-83-89-254.

Team scores:
1, Colorado Christian, 299-293-290-882; 2, UCCS, 300-296-294-890; 3, Regis, 312-304-307-923; 4, Colorado Mesa, 318-301-306-925; 5, CSU-Pueblo, 314-312-305-931; 6, MSU Denver, 309-313-313-935; 7, Westminster, 320-317-308-945; 8, Chadron State, 320-321-316-957; 9, Fort Lewis, 330-330-318-978; 10, South Dakota Mines, 336-324-324-984; 11, Black Hills State, 387-360-352-1099; 12, Adams State, 368-376-365-1109.

Denise W. Whigham