Wyoming’s women’s golf team set to compete at Ram Classic
LARAMIE -- The Wyoming Cowgirl golf squad returns to Colorado this week, this time heading to Fort Collins to take part in the Colonel Wollenberg Ptarmigan Ram Classic hosted by Colorado State.
“We will once again be playing on a familiar course this week, however we have never played on it this late in the year so it will be a new challenge,” UW head women’s golf coach Josey Stender said. “We will be going up against a couple of Mountain West teams that are similar to us in skill level which will be a good test. With the smaller and familiar field, I do have high expectation for us at this tournament.”
The two-day tournament will be played on the 6,468-yard, par 72 Ptarmigan Country Club Course. The first two rounds are set to be played on Monday, Oct. 19 with a tee time of 9 a.m. MT. Play will conclude on Tuesday, Oct. 19 with the final round teeing off at 9 a.m. MT.
It will be the smallest field the Cowgirls have faced all season as they are set to compete in a 12-team field. The field will be very familiar to the Cowgirls as it includes three Mountain west teams and eight teams the Cowgirls have already competed against this season. Cal Poly will be the team to watch as they won the Denver Ron Moore Invitational a week ago.
The Cowgirls will be led by freshman Meghan Vogt who has had a tremendous start to her collegiate career. Vogt is coming off her best finish of the season and her third straight top 25 finish. Last week at the Ron Moore Invitational Vogt finished tied for 13th after shooting a 215 (-1). Joining Vogt in the starting lineup will be Samantha Hui, Jessica Zapf, Morgan Ryan and Cristiana Ciasca.
Rachel Stoinski will be the lone Cowgirl playing as an individual.
Live stats will be available for the whole tournament on GolfStat.com
* UW press release
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