’Hawks grounded by pressure

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’Hawks grounded by pressure

FLC golf finishes last at its first home tournament in five years
Michael Thomas and the Fort Lewis College golf team felt the pressures of hosting a home event during the Skyhawk Talon Club/RMAC Event No. 1 tournament. The team finished ninth out of nine teams and 11 shots back of Adams State. “We’re still really young,” FLC head coach Bud Andersen said. “A lot of these guys need more experience in tournaments.”
Familiarity with Hillcrest Golf Club didn’t help Durango High School alumnus Morgan Miller and Fort Lewis College. The Skyhawks finished last in their home tournament Tuesday after shooting a 905 as a team. Colorado School of Mines won the event at 846.
Pressure got to Clark Reidberger and the Fort Lewis College men’s golf team. The Skyhawks shot a 905 during the tournament to finish in last place. “We have a lot of talent; we just need to get things going on the golf course,” FLC head coach Bud Andersen said.
Bryan Schlichter shot a 218 across three rounds at the Skyhawk Talon Club/RMAC Event No. 1 tournament at Hillcrest Golf Club. He finished 12th, but the team’s 905 placed them ninth out of nine teams. “Everybody wanted to come out and play well; nerves may have gotten to some of the guys” Schlichter said.
Lucas Laudick and the Fort Lewis College men’s golf team couldn’t climb from the bottom on the last day of the two-day Skyhawk Talon Club/RMAC Event No. 1 tournament Tuesday at Hillcrest Golf Club. The Skyhawks finished ninth out of nine teams with a 905. “Definitely a disappointment, but they put too much pressure on themselves,” FLC head coach Bud Andersen said.

’Hawks grounded by pressure

Michael Thomas and the Fort Lewis College golf team felt the pressures of hosting a home event during the Skyhawk Talon Club/RMAC Event No. 1 tournament. The team finished ninth out of nine teams and 11 shots back of Adams State. “We’re still really young,” FLC head coach Bud Andersen said. “A lot of these guys need more experience in tournaments.”
Familiarity with Hillcrest Golf Club didn’t help Durango High School alumnus Morgan Miller and Fort Lewis College. The Skyhawks finished last in their home tournament Tuesday after shooting a 905 as a team. Colorado School of Mines won the event at 846.
Pressure got to Clark Reidberger and the Fort Lewis College men’s golf team. The Skyhawks shot a 905 during the tournament to finish in last place. “We have a lot of talent; we just need to get things going on the golf course,” FLC head coach Bud Andersen said.
Bryan Schlichter shot a 218 across three rounds at the Skyhawk Talon Club/RMAC Event No. 1 tournament at Hillcrest Golf Club. He finished 12th, but the team’s 905 placed them ninth out of nine teams. “Everybody wanted to come out and play well; nerves may have gotten to some of the guys” Schlichter said.
Lucas Laudick and the Fort Lewis College men’s golf team couldn’t climb from the bottom on the last day of the two-day Skyhawk Talon Club/RMAC Event No. 1 tournament Tuesday at Hillcrest Golf Club. The Skyhawks finished ninth out of nine teams with a 905. “Definitely a disappointment, but they put too much pressure on themselves,” FLC head coach Bud Andersen said.
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