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Sports / Recreation

Martin wins CWGA Stroke Play Championship

July 24, 2009

Ram Melissa Martin won the Colorado Women's Golf Association's Stroke Play Championship July 16 by a margin of three strokes.

Incoming sophomore

Martin, entering her sophomore year at Colorado State, shot a 69-68-73 through three rounds for a total of 210, beating her closest threat, Denver’s Becca Huffer, a sophomore at Notre Dame.

Fewer strokes than anyone else

“This feels good,” Martin said. “My game is definitely better these days. It’s as good as it’s ever been. It’s cool to think I got it in the hole in fewer strokes than anyone else.”

Martin finished her freshman season 10th in stroke average in the Mountain West Conference and she placed ninth in the MWC Championships.