Bison Roundup

BISON ROUNDUP

BISON ROUNDUPWomen’s golf

The North Dakota State women’s golf team collected another first place victory this season at the Jackrabbit Fall Invitational at Minnehaha Country Club.

The Bison shot a team score of a 60-over-par 912, beating runner-up South Dakota State by 22 strokes.

Sophomore Alex Schmid collected her first collegiate win by shooting a career best 54-hole 225, good enough for 12-strokes over par through two days.

Senior Sarah Storandt shot a 227 to finish second overall and freshman Natalie Roth was third with a score of 228.

Sophomore Hailey Boner rounded out the Bison top-10 finishers by shooting a 249 to finish tied for seventh.

The Bison will look to continue their winning ways when they compete in the South Dakota Invitational on Monday in Vermillion, S.D.

Mens golf

The NDSU men’s golf team shot a 26-over-par 878 during the two-day Jackrabbit Fall Invitational at Minnehaha Country Club to earning second place as a team.

Senior Bill Carlson led the way for the Bison with a 54-hole score of one-over 214 to earn third in the tournament.

Fellow senior Trent Olson finished in the top ten as well. Olson fired a three-over 216 to finish tied for fifth.

Junior Connor Holland recorded a 223 to finish tied for 15th position. Freshman Nick Myhre tallied a 228 to finish in a tie for 24th while senior Ursinio Puga finished tied for 28th with a 230 over the two days.

Next up for the Bison is the South Dakota Invitational Sept. 30th in Vermillion, S.D.

Soccer

The North Dakota State soccer team took on the Drake University (Iowa) Bulldogs Sunday afternoon in Des Moines and fell 3-0.

The Bulldogs got on the board early when Rachel Wanninger netted a goal in the 19th minute. About 10 minutes later, Drake’s Maddie Nelson shot one past Bison goalie Sierra Bonham to increase the advantage to 2-0.

Alex Freeman found the net with a shot on goal in the 74th minute and furthered the lead to 3-0.

The Bison created chances, out shooting the Bulldogs 17-10 and forcing seven saves from Drake goalkeeper Kylynn Moyer.

However, NDSU wasn’t able to find the back of the net for the fifth straight contest. Anisha Kinnarath and Lauren Miller led the way for the Bison with three shots a piece.

Next, the Bison will look to rebound against Western Illinois in their Summit League opener at 7 p.m. Oct. 3 at Dacotah Field.

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