Chadron State 6th, Grasis 5th At RMAC Women’s Golf Championship


By John Murphy CSC Sports Information Director

 Led by Jordan Grasis with a fifth-place finish, the Chadron State College golf team finished in sixth place to conclude its season at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championships in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Eagles finished the tournament with a 938 (+74) overall after shooting a 315 (+27) during the third and final round to finish sixth.
Grasis, a senior from Yuma, Arizona, fired a 79 (+7) during round three to finish tied for fifth. She had two bogeys and one birdie on the front nine before four bogeys and a double on the back nine.
Grasis, who finished +10 (226) overall for the tournament, ends her career as the record holder for many CSC golf records. This season, she set the record for low round, low 36-hole score, and is now the school record holder for low 54-hole total after her performance at the RMAC Championships.
Another senior, Kinsey Smith from Windsor, Colorado, finished her tournament tied for 20th place.
Smith, who shot a 79 (+7) on Tuesday, had four bogeys on the front nine and two bogeys, a birdie and a double bogey on the back nine. She finished the tournament shooting a 234 (+18).
Tied for 24th was Brooke Kramer, a senior from Aurora, Colorado. Kramer shot a 78 (+6) during round three.
On the front nine, Kramer recorded three birdies and three bogeys to remain even. On the back, four bogeys and one double bogey added the six strokes to her scorecard.
Kenzey Kanno, a senior from Mitchell, Nebraska, saved her best round of the tournament for Tuesday.
Kanno finished the day with a 79 (+7) to finish tied for 37th. On the front nine she had four bogeys and an eagle before recording two bogeys and a triple bogey on the back nine.
Rounding out the scoring for Chadron State was Aubree Heinsma, a sophomore from Windsor. Heinsma finished her day with an 84 (+12), placing her 39th overall.
Colorado State-Pueblo won the team title in the field of 11 teams with an 889, 22 strokes ahead of the second-place team. Meredith Boos of Regis was the conference champion with a 217 (+1) overall.