NM State Men's Golf Finishes 12th at NCAA Regional
Courtesy: New Mexico State University  
Release:  05/21/2011

Erie, Colo. - The New Mexico State men's golf team wrapped up its 2010-11 season at the NCAA Regional Golf Tournament at the 7,758‐yard, par‐72 Colorado National Golf Club. The Aggies carded a 7-over par, 295 in the final round and finished the tournament 14-over par, 878.

"We got off to a slow start when the scoring coditions were actually pretty good," head coach Scott Lieberwirth said. "Then the wind picked up and we actually started to play better but it was too late. I pruod of our team and the season we had winning another WAC title and making the regional tournament. Unfortunately we picked the wrong time to have our worst tournament of the year."

Senior Tim Madigan finished tied for 31st overall after carding a final round score of 2-over par, 74. Madigan was 1-over par, 217 (72-71-74). He recorded three birdies on the day. Junior Gaston De La Torre fired the best round of the day for NM State with an even-par, 72. He was 4-over par, 220 (75-73-72) for the tournament and tied for 47th overall.

Junior Zachery Fullerton tied for 47th overall with a three-day score of 4-over par, 220 (76-70-74). In his final round, Fullerton carded a 2-over par, 74 with two birdies. Freshman Collin Pratt struggled in the final round with a 6-over par, 78. He finished tied for 60th overall with a three-round score of 8-over par, 224 (73-73-78). Sophomore Justin Shin fired a 3-over par, 75 in round three and tied for 64th overall at 9-over par, 225 (76-74-75).

Oklahoma State won the regional tournament title with a three-round score of 31-under par, followed by Colorado State (-13), Northwestern (-9), Georgia (-7) and Arizona State (-7). Oklahoma State's Kevin Tway won the individual title with a three-round score of 10-under par, 206.

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