After a first-place finish last week, the Colorado Mesa University women’s golf team was up against some tough competition in the second tournament of the year. The Mavericks as a team finished tied for 16th place out of 20 teams in the two-day tournament held in Durango, Colo. at Hillcrest Golf Club.
The Mavericks overall had a tough day in the first round finishing in a tie for 15th place, with day two resulting in similar outcomes.
Junior Megan Liborio had the highest individual performance for the Mavericks, finishing in a tie for 21st place. Liborio shot seven-over-par 78 in the first round, then shot three-over-par 74 to finish 10-over par.
Randi Kim performed significantly well in the first round, shooting two-over par 78 and a tie for eighth place. Then Kim struggled a bit in the second round shooting 10-over par 81, finishing in a tie for 35th place at 12-over par for the tournament.
Heather Kroll and Sydney Gunn both finished in a tie for 78th place at 21-over par.
The Mavericks finished the tournament tied with Metro State University for 16th place. Dallas Baptist University dominated the tournament with a total team score of 586. 16 strokes better than West Texas A&M.
The Women’s golf team will look to bounce back at the Western New Mexico University’s Fall Intercollegiate tournament on Sept. 25-26 in Goodyear, Ariz. at Cold Water Golf Club.