Community honors ISU golfer killed one year ago today


THANK YOU. ALYX: IT NOW 6:06 ON YOUR
TUESDAY. TODAY MARKS ONE YEAR SINCE IOWA
STATE GOLFER CELIA BARQUIN
AROZAMENA WAS MURDERED ON AN
AMES GOLF COURSE. HER DEATH SHOOK THE ISU
COMMUNITY. LAUREN, THE CITY IS HONORING THE
ATHLETE TODA
LAUREN: THEY ARE. LAST WEEKEND WAS A CELEBRATION
WITH “COLLEGE GAMEDAY” IN TOWN. HOWEVER, TODAY THE TONE IS
ALREADY SHIFTING TO REMEMBRANC
IF YOU’RE DRIVING ON HIGHWAY 30,
YOU’LL SEE THA
YELLOW — BARQUIN AROZAMENA’S
FAVORITE COLOR NOW DECORATES THE ROAD
MORE THAN 60,000 CYCLONE FANS
WORE YELLOW LAST YEAR AT A HOME
GAME IN HER HONOR. THE SPANISH NATIVE WAS A
SUCCESSFUL ADDITION TO THE IOWA
STATE WOMEN’S GOLF TEAM. ON HER HOME CONTINENT IN 2018,
SHE WON THE EUROPEAN LADIES
AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP. THE CIVIL ENGINEERING STUDENT
WAS ALSO SCHEULED TO RECIEVE THE
IOWA STATE FEMALE
ATHLETE-OF-THE-YEAR AWAR
LESS THAN A WEEK AFTER, SHE WAS
KILLED. SHE DIED ON THE COLDWATER GOLF
LINKS IN AMES DOING WHAT SHE
LOVED MOST
AND JUST THREE WEEKS AGO, COLLIN
RICHARDS WAS SENTENCED FOR
KILLING CE




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