Golf Finishes 8th, Storandt Leads to 3rd in Alabama

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The NDSU men’s golf team finished the Jacksonville State Grub Mart intercollegiate in eighth place Tuesday. The two-round tournament was played at the par-72 Silver Lakes Golf Course in Glencoe, Ala., and was won by Jacksonville State.

Junior Bill Carlson shot a 75 in the open­ing round and finished strongly, shooting a 73 in the final round to lead the Bison. Carl­son’s effort was good enough to land him in 14th place individually for the tournament.

Redshirt junior Ursinio Puga tied for 22nd place, shooting a Bison-leading 71 in the opening round. Puga finished the sec­ond round with a score of 80 to put him at a 7-over 151.

Trent Olson finished third for the Bison, shooting a 77 and 83 through the two rounds to put him in a tie for 49th place with a 160. Connor Holland finished a single stroke shy of matching Olson with scores of 82 and 79 and Kyle Jandro rounded out the Bison top five with a total score of 167.

The Bison as a whole shot a 304 in the first round and a 315 in the final to finish with a 619.

Jacksonville State dominated the tour­nament, leading both rounds and finishing 14 strokes better than runner-up Columbus State. Jacksonville University rounded out the top three with a score of 595.

The men’s team next meet is at the Sum­mit League Championship on April 21 in Keller, Texas.


The women’s team finished an impres­sive showing on Tuesday in Kansas City, taking third place at the Gary Crossley Ford Kansas City Shootout. NDSU’s own Sarah Storandt led all individual competitors with a score of 223.

Storandt shot a 76 and 72 in the first two rounds to position herself in a tie for first place. Storandt broke the tie in the final round, shooting a 3-over 75 to take the indi­vidual crown.

Only a few strokes separated the next three Bison finishers. Sophomore Hailey Boner, freshman Alex Schmid and sopho­more Cassie Wurm each finished with scores of 242, 243 and 245, respectively.

Maggie Crippen and Megan Swan com­peted individually for the Bison, scoring 242 and 259.

Wichita State took first in the tourna­ment, scoring 306, 301 and 319 over the three rounds for a total of 926.

South Dakota State, led by Sydney Mac­Donald, finished a spot ahead of NDSU and totaled 937.

The women’s team will join the men on April 21 in Texas for the Summit League Championship.

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