WICHITA FALLS, Texas (March 12, 2019) - Jolene Kam placed seventh and Colorado State University - Pueblo Women's Golf took eighth at the Midwestern State Invitational at the Wichita Falls Country Club.
After two rounds, the ThunderWolves finished +72 with 648 total strokes. The Pack was consistent shooting a +36 (324) on both days of the tournament.
Kam (Sr., Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia) led the Pack on both days of the tournament. She shot a +4 (76) on day two, bettering her day one total by three strokes. Kam finished the tournament +11 (155) after 36 holes. The senior was the top Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference golfer at the event. Kam had 20 pars, the fourth-best total in the 78 golfer field.
Courtney Ewing (Sr., Pueblo West, Colo.) matched her day one total with a +8 (80) on day two. Her +16 (160) landed her in 19th place. Ewing ranked second in the field with an even score on par fives.
Rachanok Rahulpan (Sr., Pathumthani, Thailand) improved by two strokes on day two. She carded a +9 (81) Tuesday. Over two days, Rahulpan was +20 (164) and claimed 29th place.
Orakorn Thirayatorn (Sr., Meang Khonkaen, Thailand) finished her tournament with a +15 (87). She took 45th place with a +25 (169).
Freshman Amy Sutheran (Hartlepool, Durham, England, UK) posted a +18 (90) Tuesday. Sutheran wound up in 55th place (+29).
The Pack finished behind a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference team for the first time in the 2018-19 season as they were narrowly edged by seventh place, Regis University. CSU-Pueblo beat Metro State University Denver by 33 strokes.
The ThunderWolves will return home to host the El Cheapo Classic March 24-25. This event will be held at the Walking Stick Golf Course in Pueblo.