Mangrobang Sets Career-Low Finish At Ptarmigan Ram Classic
Sept. 19, 2017
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Jessica Mangrobang completed a solid tournament to jumpstart her 2017-18 season, finishing in a tie for 26th after firing a final-round 75 at the Ptarmgian Ram Classic on Tuesday at Ptarmigan Country Club.
Her final round featured an even front nine with birdies on the par-four third and par-three sixth. She fought off some bogeys on the back with a birdie on the par-four 13th to finish +6 in the tournament.
The round capped a career-low finish for Mangrobang, beating her previous best of +14 (230) set at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown last fall where she finished tied for 24th.
Freshman Francesca Santoni started her GU career well with a final round 79 to finish +20 and in 75th. On Tuesday, she had birdies on number five, 12, and 14 going +3 on the back.
The Zags finished 15th as a team, +85. New Mexico State came through to win the event that saw different leaders on every day. The beat San Jose State by five strokes at -10. Suthavee Chanachai of New Mexico State held her score of 11-under to win by three strokes.
Mangrobang added 10 pars on Tuesday to lead the field with 40 on the week. She was +2 on the par-four holes, 10th best in the field.
The Zags will return home and prepare to host a talented 18-team field at the Coeur d’Alene Resort Collegiate Invitational next Tuesday and Wednesday, September 26 and 27.
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