Courtesy of Colorado State

LAS VEGAS – The historic 2023-24 season for Colorado State women’s golf came to an end on a windy Wednesday in Las Vegas. Theresa Rams finished the NCAA Regional shooting a 34-over 898 to claim 10th place.

The regional performance capped off a record book season for the team. It was the best team score ever at a regional and Sofia Torres picked up the best individual finish.

The senior ended her career tying for 13th shooting a 2-over, 218. She now holds the two highest finishes at NCAA Regionals in program history after finishing 24th last year. The Colombian capped off her career with a final round 76.

Two other Rams concluded their college careers on Wednesday in Andrea Bergsdottir and Panchalika Arphamongkol.

Bregsdottir tied for 43rd overall with a final round 80. She ends the season and her career with the best stroke average in both categories at 71.48 and 73.99, respectively.

Arphamongkol finished tied for 32nd tying the best rough for a Ram Tuesday with a 75.

Freshman Kara Kaneshiro matched Arphamongkol with a 75 on the course tying for 43rd overall.

Colorado State’s season concludes with the team winning a record three team and three individual titles. The trip to the NCAA Regionals was the first since 2010 and they broke the season scoring average at 289.36. That is almost four strokes better than the previous record.