Majettes finish 12th at East-West tournament
JAMESTOWN – The Minot High School girls golf team shaved seven shots off its first-round score and finished 12th at the East-West Tournament Classic at Jamestown Country Club on Tuesday.
The Majettes shot a second-round 396 and finished with a two-day total of 799. Junior McKinley Bender shot a team-best 89 – the only MHS golfer to break 100 in either round.
“We are going to concentrate on our short game this week and see if we can bring that down to the 380s on Friday,” MHS coach Scott Foltz said in a press release. “Importantly, our second-day score would have gotten us a WDA fifth-place finish, which would have qualified us for the state tournament.”
Fargo Davies won the tournament with a 713 after carding a tournament-best round of 350 on Tuesday. Davies entered the final round tied with Dickinson, which finished fourth with a 724.
Dickinson’s Rachel Jahner earned medalist honors with a two-round score of 156.
MHS tees off Friday at Riverwood Golf Club in Bismarck.
-Daily News Staff
MSU picked third in NSIC soccer poll
The Minot State University women’s soccer team was selected third out of 16 teams in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Preseason Coaches’ Poll released Tuesday.
MSU, which won the conference tournament last season, received one first-place vote.
MSU junior forward Zoe Fisher, who led the NSIC with 31 points in 2012 (11 goals, 9 assists), was named the preseason offensive player of the year. She earned first-team all-NSIC and all-Central Region honors.
Winona State (Minn.) and Minnesota State-Mankato were ranked No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, by the coaches. For the complete poll, see page C2.
– Daily News Staff
MSU men’s golf team to hold tryout
First-year Minot State University men’s golf coach Randy Westby is holding a tryout camp Monday for the upcoming season.
Prospective players will hit on the Souris Valley Golf Course range and play a few holes during the tryout from 5-8 p.m. Interested golfers are asked to contact Westby before the camp at 240-2466 or email@example.com.
– Daily News Staff