Oct. 6, 2009
ERIE, Colo. -
The final tournament of the fall season came to a conclusion Tuesday in Erie, Colo., at the CU/Heather Farr Memorial with the University of Wyoming Cowgirls finishing 15th.
The Cowgirls shot a final round 315 (+27) to drop three spots from the conclusion of the second round.
"We didn't finish or score where we should have as a team so we are a little disappointed in that," said head coach Josey Stender. "I think this will help fire us up to have a productive off-season and lead into a competitive spring."
Individually, Molly Black shot a third round 75 (+3) to give her a three-round total 227 (+11) and a tie for 18th place. Juanita Rico followed Black closely with her final round 75 (+3) which gave her a total 229 (+13) for a tie for 24th place.
"Molly really stepped up her game this fall due to her time spent over the summer and I'm very proud of her for that," said Stender. "Juanita was also a very consistent leader for us this fall and I look for her to continue that in the spring."
"This semester I believe we learned that things will not be given to us and that we have to work for them and have to have four competitive scores every tournament if we want to be at the top," finished Stender.
The next time the Cowgirls will tee it up in a tournament will be March 1-2 at the Fresno State Lexus Classic in Fresno, Calif.