Phil Nelson was named Colorado Christian head women's coach in January 2016 after servng as CCU assistant men's coach for three seasons. Nelson played for the Cougars and was the team captain for three out of his four years. He made the NCAA Tournament all four years and was named the CCU Male Athlete of the Year in 2011. Nelson is a PGA professional.
The 2019-20 season was halted in March before Colorado Christian competed in a spring event. This summary is for the last event of the fall, the Skyhawk Fall Intercollegiate at the UNM Championship Golf Course in Albuquerque, NM. The CCU Cougars opened in third with 314 but settled for fourth after a 313. Midwestern State was the only team to post two sub-300 team scores, and its 592 total was 29 strokes better than runner-up Texas A&M International. Texas-Tyler took third. The course was par 73, 6,069 yards and yielded an 83.3 stroke scoring average. There were only 14 scores under 75 recorded on the difficult championship course.
Faith Kilgore (74-77=151) tied for sixth to lead the Cougars. Gabi Cortez (75-81=156) tied for 15th.
Colorado Christian fired the best team score of the third round 295 to hold third place at the 2019 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) Championship.
Colorado Christian finished seventh at the 2018 RMAC Championship.
Colorado Christian improved 14 strokes in the second round and finished seventh of nine in the fall 2017-18 National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Championship.
Colorado Christian placed fifth of 12 at the 2017 RMAC Championship. The Cougars were fourth in the fall 2016-17 NCCAA Championship.
CCU finished seventh in the 2016 RMAC Championship.
CCU placed fourth of nine in the fall 2015-16 National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Championship.
Colorado Christian placed eighth of 12 at the 2015 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) Championship.
The CCU Cougars placed third at the 2014 RMAC Championship. They were eighth in 2013.