Sports Briefs, Oct. 11, 2016
GJ girls soccer coach not returning
District 51 Athletic Director Paul Cain confirmed Tuesday that Grand Junction girls soccer coach Travis Brown “will not be coaching this spring.”
Brown was with the Tigers for one season and finished with a 0-13-1 record.
Women’s College Golf
Liborio, Walters lead CMU to third
Megan Liborio tied for fifth and Taylor Walters tied for seventh in the final tournament of the fall, the RMAC South in Alamosa, leading Colorado Mesa to a third-place finish.
Liborio shot a 76 on Tuesday to finish at 154, with Walters one stroke back at 155. After shooting 74 in the first round to lead, she struggled with an 81 in the second round.
Randi Kim and Ashley Kirschner tied for 20th at 160, with Naomi Yamada tying for 23rd with a 161.
Regis won the tournament with a 615, Metro State shot 625, with CMU one stroke back at 626.
Mesa’s B team placed seventh at 647, with Hannah More tying for fifth with a 154. Sydney Gunn tied for 17th at 159, heather Kroll tied for 34th (166), Nicole Rooney tied for 37th (168) and Mariah Ehrman tied for 54th (178).