Air Force Ties for Seventh Place at Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate

Oct. 26, 2010



The Air Force golf team wrapped up the 2010 fall season on Tuesday, finishing tied for seventh place at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate, hosted by New Mexico State. The Falcons recorded a team score of 883 (+31) on the par-71, 6,999-yard NMSU Golf Course.

Posting his second-straight top-15 finish to lead Air Force was freshman Philip Colwell (The Woodlands, Texas), who tied for 13th in the individual standings with a score of 216 (+3). Also finishing in the top 20 for Air Force was sophomore Wes Denny (Cincinnati, Ohio), who came in three strokes behind to tie for 18th place individually.

Junior Caleb Leestma (Seabrook, Texas) and sophomore Andrew Hoops (Highland, Calif.) came in tied for 41st place at 224 (+11), while freshman Kyle Westmoreland (Katy, Texas) finished in 78th place. In addition, senior Kyle Bailey (Austin, Texas), competing as an individual, tied for 80th place overall.

Kansas captured the team title with a three-round score of 858 (+6), edging out second-place UNLV by a single stroke. Meanwhile, New Mexico State’s Timothy Madigan and Idaho’s Matt Rawitzer tied for first place in the individual standings, both finishing with a 5-under-par 208 for the tournament.

The Falcons are off for the remainder of the fall semester and will open the 2011 spring season Feb. 14-15 at the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational.

Final Results

T7         Air Force                           295-296-292          883



T13       Philip Colwell                   73-71-72                 216

T18       Wes Denny                       72-75-72                 219

T41       Caleb Leestma                74-76-74                 224

T41       Andrew Hoops                 76-74-74                 224

78         Kyle Westmoreland        78-81-79                 238


T80       Kyle Bailey                        83-79-79                 241

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