Bingaman second at Fox Hollow
Senior paces CMU men to runner-up finish; women 7th
Brandon Bingaman came up a little bit short again.
The Colorado Mesa senior took second place in an RMAC golf tournament for the second time this fall, leading the Mavericks to a second-place finish Tuesday in the Colorado School of Mines Invitational at Fox Hollow Golf Course in Lakewood.
Bingaman finished at 14-under-par 202, one stroke behind Nathaniel Goddard of Colorado Christian, for medalist honors.
Fort Lewis College won the team title with 840 strokes. Colorado Mesa was three strokes back at 843. Colorado Mines took third with 852.
Mesa sophomore Sean Robbins was seven strokes behind Goddard with a 208. He tied for fourth with Lucas Laudick of Fort Lewis and James Berry of CSU-Pueblo.
Mesa’s Kyle Roll tied for 21st with a 217, Matt Weiss scored 219 and Christopher Aiken shot 221.
Colorado Mesa placed seventh in the Regis University Invitational at Fox Hollow Golf Course.
The Mavericks had a two-round score of 666. CSU-Pueblo won the team title with 617 strokes, followed by Western New Mexico with 620.
Michelle Stripp and Jessica Sinner led Mesa, tying for 15th place at 161.
Nicole Hulbert of Regis won the individual title with a 5-over-par 149. Leina Kim of CSU-Pueblo took second with 150.
Mesa’s Zoe Woodworth tied for 24th with 168, and Summer Igo placed 38th with 178.
The sixth annual Colorado Mesa softball versus wrestling softball game is scheduled for 6 p.m. today at Bergman Field.
This year’s game will benefit the Kids Aid Backpack program.
Spectators are asked to bring a nonperishable food item. In return, they will get a free hot dog and soda.
Colorado Mesa President Tim Foster will be the home plate umpire and assistant baseball coach Sean McKinney will be the bases umpire.
The following items are among the preferred food by the program: canned foods, soups, pasta, fruit cups, pudding cups, peanut butter, granola bars.