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NORTH DAKOTA STATE


BISON GOLF 2012-13 Men’s Schedule

Contents

Date Tournament Sept. 8-9

at Navy Fall Classic

Annapolis, Md.

Sept. 17-18

ERV KAISER INVITATIONAL

Oxbow, N.D.

Sept. 30-Oct. 1

at South Dakota State Jackrabbit Fall Invitational

Sioux Falls, S.D.

Oct. 8-9

at Sam Houston State Harold Funston Invitational

Huntsville, Texas

Oct. 15-16

at Kansas City Bill Ross Intercollegiate

Overland Park, Kan.

Feb. 25-26

QUINTERO INVITATIONAL

Peoria, Ariz.

Mar. 11-12

at South Dakota State Jackrabbit Invitational

Primm, Nev.

Mar. 29-30

at Western Illinois Beu/Mussatto Invitational

Macomb, Ill.

Apr. 22-23

at Summit League Championship

Primm, Nev.

Apr. 27-28

at Dakota Cup

Morton, Minn.

2012-13 Women’s Schedule Date Tournament Sept. 7

at Concordia Cobber Open

Detroit Lakes, Minn.

Sept. 8-9

at Concordia Invitational

Detroit Lakes, Minn.

Sept. 10-11

at Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational

Lincoln, Neb.

Sept. 24-25

at Marilynn Smith Sunflower Invitational

Lawrence, Kan.

Sept. 30-Oct. 1

at South Dakota State Jackrabbit Fall Invitational

Sioux Falls, S.D.

Oct. 30-31

at Hawaii Rainbow Wahine Invitational

Wahiawa, Hawaii

Feb. 25-26

at UC Irvine Anteater Invitational

Irvine, Calif.

Mar. 11-12

at South Dakota State Jackrabbit Invitational

Primm, Nev.

Mar. 22-24

at Cincinnati Spring Invitational

Crystal River, Fla.

Apr. 15-16

at Creighton Golf Classic

Omaha, Neb.

Apr. 22-23

at Summit League Championship

Primm, Nev.

Apr. 27-28

at Dakota Cup

Morton, Minn.

Credits The North Dakota State University golf media/recruiting guide was written and edited by Ryan Perreault, associate director of media relations. Photography by Bob Nelson, Dan Koeck, Dennis Hubbard and Richard Svaleson. Covers designed by Beth Hagemeister, NDSU Publication Services. For more information, contact: Ryan Perreault Associate Director of Athletic Media Relations NDSU Dept 1200 PO Box 6050 Fargo, ND 58108-6050 (701) 231-8331 Ryan.Perreault@ndsu.edu

NDSU at a Glance.........................................2 Administration............................................3 Men’s Team.............................................. 4-7 Men’s Season Review.............................. 8-10 Men’s Records............................................ 11 Women’s Team...................................... 12-15 Women’s Season Review........................ 16-18 Women’s Records....................................... 19 The Summit League................................... 20

General Info

Name: North Dakota State University City/Zip: Fargo, ND 58102 (pop. 105,549) Founded: 1890 Enrollment: 14,443 (fall 2011) Nickname: Bison Colors: Yellow and Green (PMS 123, 343) Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: The Summit League President: Dr. Dean L. Bresciani Alma Mater: Humboldt State, 1984 Athletic Director: Gene Taylor Alma Mater: Arizona State, 1980 Women’s Athletic Director: Lynn Dorn Alma Mater: Bemidji State, 1972 Athletic Deptartment Phone: (701) 231-8981 Ticket Office Phone: (888) 231-NDSU (6378) Website: www.GoBison.com

Men’s Quick Facts

Men’s Head Coach: Billy Iverson Alma Mater: Minnesota State Moorhead, 1985 First Year: 2004-05 (9th season) Phone: (701) 793-0306 Email: B.Iverson@ndsu.edu 2012 Summit League Finish: 5th of 10 2012 NCAA Tournament: N/A Players Returning/Lost: 9/1 Newcomers: 2

Women’s Quick Facts

Non-Discrimination Policy North Dakota State University does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, gender expression/identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, public assistance status, sex, sexual orientation, status as a U.S. veteran, race or religion. Direct inquiries to the Vice President for Equity, Diversity and Global Outreach, 205 Old Main, (701) 231-7708.

Women’s Head Coach: Matt Johnson Alma Mater: Valley City State, 1994 First Year: 2009-10 (4th season) Phone: (701) 730-2493 Email: Matthew.O.Johnson@ndsu.edu 2012 Summit League Finish: 2nd of 10 2012 NCAA Tournament: Amy Anderson (tied for 16th at West Regional) Players Returning/Lost: 7/2 Newcomers: 2

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NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY

North Dakota State University is a shining example of a successful student-focused, land-grant, research institution. With 80,000 living alumni, NDSU commands a powerful niche in higher education and the rest of the nation is noticing its accomplishments. The Carnegie Commission on Higher Education named NDSU to the elite “Research University/ Very High Research” category, which represents the 108 most successful private and public universities in the United States. The classification is convincing recognition of NDSU’s position as a national research institution. “We have a strong sense of community and campus pride at NDSU. We are dedicated to the land-grant mission of quality education, leading research and outstanding service,” said President Dean L. Bresciani. “NDSU clearly makes a difference in the lives of students and the vitality of our community, state, region and nation.” Established in 1890, NDSU has progressed through the decades to become a leader among its peers. NDSU enrolled 14,399 students during the fall 2011 semester in undergraduate and graduate programs, including about 2,150 graduate and professional students. More than 1,200 international students from 80 countries attend classes. NDSU’s student-to-faculty ratio stands at 18:1. NDSU’s outstanding academic departments offer 102 bachelor degree programs, 67 master’s degree programs, 45 doctoral programs, an educational specialist degree and nine graduate certificate programs. During fall 2010, NDSU

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had 720 ranked faculty and lecturers, program administrators and coaches, along with 180 parttime academic staff and 827 graduate assistants and fellows, according to the Office of Institutional Research and Analysis. The NDSU campus in Fargo consists of 119 buildings on approximately 42 square blocks or 258 acres. The university also has state-of-the-art facilities in downtown Fargo. NDSU is located on 18,746 acres of North Dakota land, including the main Agricultural Experiment Station in Fargo and eight research centers throughout the state. The NDSU Extension Service has 53 local offices across the state and conducts a rigorous education program in agriculture and natural resources; family and consumer sciences; 4-H youth development; and community economic development and leadership through its county, area and state network of staff. During the program year ending September 2011, the Extension Service’s 4-H Club activities, day camp and after school programs involved more than 21,000 youth in North Dakota. More than 5,700 youth are active in organized 4-H Clubs. During the same period, the Extension Service had more than 500,000 face-toface contacts with adult learners across the state. “Our successes and contributions are a growing reality that few can deny,” President Bresciani said. “It is an honor to work in higher education and an honor to be part our work at one of the nation’s top-ranked, student focused, land grant, research universities – where we are today accomplishing and contributing more to our state and nation than ever before in history.”

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Why the Bison? North Dakota State University’s athletic teams have progressed from the “Farmers” in the 1890s to the “Aggies” in the early 1900s, to “Bison,” North Dakota State’s current athletic symbol. It was developed by head football coach Stan Borleske in 1919 because he and members of the football team didn’t like being known as the Aggies. Borleske wanted a strong and fierce mascot. The Bison was a logical choice. The great animals once roamed the North Dakota prairie in vast numbers, and over the years Bison athletic teams added an additional name, the “Thundering Herd.”

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Dr. Dean L. Bresciani, President Dean L. Bresciani was named North Dakota State University’s 14th president on May 24, 2010, by the State Board of Higher Education. Bresciani is well known for his dedication to students and regarded for his thoughtfulness, energy and integrity. He brings to campus the knowledge and experience of a nearly 30-year career and has developed a broad leadership base in the academic, administrative and political aspects of higher education. A native of Napa Valley, Calif., Bresciani was vice president for student affairs at Texas A&M University in College Station from 2004 to 2008, and a full professor in the department of educational administration through 2010. He was at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from 1998 to 2004 in positions including interim vice chancellor for student affairs. From 1992 to 1998, he worked at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, in positions including director of Residential and Greek Life and interim associate vice chancellor for student affairs. Through his career, Bresciani has gained an extensive background in strategic planning, enrollment management, facilities design and financing, auxiliary enterprises operation and the implementation of business operation efficiencies and revenue enhancement measures. A focus of his work is enhancing the accessibility and quality of campus programs while improving the sense of welcome, support and achievement for all members of the university and surrounding communities. Bresciani was an adjunct full professor at Texas A&M University in the Department of Educational Administration and Human Resources Development. As a visiting assistant professor at North Carolina State University’s graduate school from 2003 to 2005, he taught in the higher education administration program in the Department of Adult and Community College Education. As an adjunct lecturer at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from 2003 to 2004 in the Department of American Studies, he designed and taught history of American higher education. As an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Nebraska at Kearney from 1992 to 1998 he taught in the Department of Management, as well as Counseling and School Psychology.

Bresciani earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology from Humboldt State University; master’s degree in college student personnel from Bowling Green State University; and doctorate in higher education finance, with a doctoral minor in economics, from the University of Arizona. He has an array of invited and juried publications and presentations, and broad involvement in higher education associations ranging from scholarly to business affairs. He has held national leadership positions, including past council chair of the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities, and service on the board of directors for the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators. He has professional affiliations with the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, EDUCAUSE, Association for the Study of Higher Education, National Association of College and University Business Officers, and the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators. He has received numerous honors, including the Distinguished Alumnus Award in 2012 from Humboldt State University, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society in 2010 from NDSU, Administrator of the Year in 2008 by Texas A&M’s Student Government. He also received the Newsmaker Image Award in 2007 from the Texas A&M Division of Marketing and Communications. He was named a “Pillar of the Profession” by the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators and received the Foundation of Excellence Award from the Association of College and University Housing Officers-International. In addition, he received the Student Advocacy Award and Order of the Golden Fleece from the University of North Carolina, President’s Award for Distinguished Service at Bowling Green State University and Man of the Year honors at Humboldt State. He is an honorary inductee of Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity, Golden Key International Honour Society and Frank Porter Graham Honor Society.

Lynn Dorn, Women’s Athletic Director Enthusiasm, innovation and hard work are the cornerstones to Lynn Dorn’s remarkable 35-year record at North Dakota State University. In Dorn’s tenure as the director of women’s athletics, the Bison women’s teams have seven national titles, 62 North Central Conference titles, 21 Summit League championships and eight conference all-sports trophies to their credit. Three Bison competitors have been named the Honda Broderick Division II Most Outstanding Female Athlete, five received the NCC’s Stan Marshall Award, and there have been 136 AllAmericans in six sports since 1981. In the classroom, the student-athletes’ academic achievement mirrors their athletic excellence. Thirty-one women have been selected for 49 CoSIDA Academic All-America® awards and 17 have earned NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships.

Dorn was named one of the five most influential people in Division II athletics by College Sports magazine in 1995, one of seven administrators of the year in 2002 by the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators, and was named the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Administrator of the Year in 1997. She sees her role as a facilitator who empowers coaches to use their individual skills while working within a framework of common goals and themes. Dorn graduated from Bemidji State in 1972 and earned a master’s degree at Minnesota in 1977.

Gene Taylor, Athletic Director When he came to North Dakota State University in the summer of 2001, Gene Taylor inherited a department surrounded by a whirlwind of questions. In his first year as the director of athletics at North Dakota State, Taylor was asked to spearhead a comprehensive study and evaluation of the Bison athletic department. He has guided the athletics program through the unpredictable waters of reclassification to NCAA Division I from Division II. One of most important pieces of the transition was securing conference affiliations for all 16 sports. The Bison are currently members of The Summit League, Missouri Valley Football Conference and Western Wrestling Conference. Taylor also played an instrumental part of forming the Great West Football Conference in February 2004, an affiliation that gave the Bison football program an immediate home in Division I. He served as chair of the coaches committee. The Bison football team won the 2011 FCS national championship in their second playoff appearance. The NDSU men’s basketball, women’s volleyball and softball programs have qualified for NCAA tournaments capped off by softball advancing to the 2009 Super Regional. Individuals representing the Bison women’s golf, track and field, and wrestling have competed at NCAA meets. Also on the reclassification checklist: fundraising. The NDSU athletics budget has tripled from $5 million in Taylor’s first year to $15 million, while the scholarship endowment has grown to $11.2 million, and Team Makers booster club support has went from $750,000 to $2.3 million. The athletics program is two-thirds of the way in the $32 million Building the Competitive Edge campaign to construct the Sanford Health Athletic Complex. Twice Taylor has been recognized for his success by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics. He was selected as the FCS Central Region AD of the Year in June 2008 and June 2012. Taylor received the Blue Key Honor Society Doctor of Service Award, one of the most prestigious honors a NDSU faculty member can be bestowed in April 2012. A student assistant to the associate athletic director in his undergraduate days at Arizona State University, Taylor came to NDSU after a 15-year stint at Navy (1986-2001) as an administrative assistant, assistant ticket manager, ticket manager, assistant athletic director for tickets and operations, and associate athletic director. Taylor is a 1980 business management graduate of Arizona State, and he received his master’s degree in sports administration in 1985 from St. Thomas University in Florida. He worked in the ticket office at Southern Methodist University in 1985-86 directly before joining the Naval Academy and was in the private restaurant business before that for five years. His tenure at Navy included serving as the commissioner of the five-team Collegiate Sprint Football League that includes Army, Navy, Penn, Princeton and Cornell. Taylor and his wife, Cathy, are the parents of a daughter, Casey, and a son, Jared.

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MEN’S GOLF TEAM

Left to Right: Head Coach Billy Iverson, Hayden Timm, Nathan Anderson, Kyle Jandro, Ursinio Puga, Bill Carlson, Nate Varty, Kavin Dvorak, Connor Holland, Trent Olson, Josh Weismantel, Oliver Boeckel.

2012-13 Men’s Roster Name Nathan Anderson Oliver Boeckel Bill Carlson Kavin Dvorak Connor Holland Kyle Jandro Trent Olson Ursinio Puga Hayden Timm Nate Varty Josh Weismantel

Yr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. So.

Hometown (Previous School) Oxbow, N.D. Bismarck, N.D. (Bismarck HS) Fargo, N.D. (Fargo South HS) Bismarck, N.D. (Bismarck Century HS) West Fargo, N.D. (West Fargo HS) Fargo, N.D. (Fargo South HS) Horace, N.D. (Fargo Shanley HS) La Coruña, Spain (Compañia de Maria) Baudette, Minn. (Warroad HS) Elk River, Minn. (Elk River HS) Watertown, S.D. (Watertown HS)

Billy Iverson,

Head Men’s Golf Coach

Head Coach: Billy Iverson (9th season)

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Billy Iverson, the assistant golf professional at Oxbow (N.D.) Country Club is in his ninth season as head men’s golf coach at North Dakota State. Iverson has spent 16 years at Oxbow Country Club (1985-1988, 2001-present). He also worked as a golf professional in California at Burlingame Country Club, Saticoy Country Club and Eldorado Country Club. A native of Moorhead, Minn., Iverson played collegiate golf at Minnesota State Moorhead.


Nathan ANDERSON Senior Oxbow, North Dakota

2011-12 (Junior): Led the Bison with a 75.5 average over 23 rounds...Low score was a 70 in the final round of the Western Illinois Beu/Mussatto Invitational... Fired another 70 in the final round of the Summit League championship to finish tied for 14th with a 3-over-par 216...Summit League Golfer of the Week after getting his first collegiate win at the Quintero Invitational, where he won by six shots with a 4-over 148 and beat out 17 other golfers...Three top-10 finishes including third at the Erv Kaiser Invitational and a tie for eighth at Western Illinois...Named to the Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team as a Distinguished Scholar and to the Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence...Voted to the Capital One Academic All-America at-large second team with a 4.00 cumulative grade-point average in accounting...2010-11 (Sophomore): Led the Bison with a 75.2 average over 25 rounds...Made four top-10 finishes in nine events...Low round was a 70 in the final round of the Erv Kaiser Invitational for a second-place finish that was his best of the season... Placed 39th at the Summit League championship with a three-round 235... Voted to the Capital One Academic All-District team with a 4.00 cumulative grade-point average...Named to the Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team as a Distinguished Scholar and the Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence...2009-10 (Freshman): Led the Bison with a 76.8 average over 26 rounds...Low round was a 70 three times...Placed ninth at the Summit League championship with a 10-over-par 223...Best finish was a tie for second place out of 20 golfers at the Drake Triangular...Summer golf included a win in the Fargo All-City tournament...Named to the Summit League Winter/ Spring All-Academic Team as a Distinguished Scholar...Before NDSU: North Dakota men’s stroke play state champion as a 17-year-old in 2008...Was the state runner-up in 2006...State match play quarterfinalist in 2005 and runner-up in 2009...North Dakota Bobcat Open amateur champion in 2008...Also won the 2008 Birchmont in Bemidji, Minn...Won the Minnesota Players Cup in the 13-15 boys division in 2006...His sister, Amy, won the girls event the same year...Twotime Fargo-Moorhead Junior All-City champion in 2004 and 2005, and doubled as the F-M Men’s All-City champion in 2005...Personal: Born Nov. 22, 1990...Son of Mark and Twyla Anderson of Oxbow, N.D...Has a younger sister, Amy, who is a senior on the NDSU women’s golf team...Both children were home-schooled... Majoring in accounting...Member of the NDSU accounting club. Low Low Low Low Low Made # Top Top Top Season Rnd Strks 72 54 36 18 Rnd Par Evnt 1 5 10 W-L Pct. Avg. 2009-10 26 1996 - 222 150 - 70 5 9 - 1 2 369-166 .690 76.77 2010-11 25 1881 - 222 145 - 70 5 9 - 3 4 405-151 .728 75.24 2011-12 23 1737 - 216 148 81 70 4 9 1 2 3 274-236 .537 75.52 Totals 74 5614 - 216 145 81 70 14 27 1 6 9 1048-553 .655 75.86

mit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence...2010-11 (Freshman): Played in two fall events and one in the spring with an 80.5 average over eight rounds...Low round was a 73 in the second round of the Erv Kaiser Invitational where he tied for 17th place with a 233...Named to the Summit League Winter/ Spring All-Academic Team as a Distinguished Scholar...High School: Graduated in 2010 from Bismarck High School...Five-year varsity letterwinner...Three-time all-Western Dakota Association and all-West Region performer...Had a 76.2 scoring average as a junior...Won five events and led the West Region with a 73.3 average his senior year...All-state honoree and Senior Athlete of the Year in 2010... Won the 2008 North Dakota Golf Association junior boys championship...Played the trumpet as part of an all-state jazz ensemble in 2009 and 2010...Threeyear member of the National Honor Society and class valedictorian at BHS... Personal: Born Nov. 10, 1991...Son of Craig and Martha Boeckel of Bismarck... Family includes an older brother, Josh, and an older sister, Sarah...Majoring in mechanical engineering with a minor in coatings and polymeric materials... Member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Low Low Low Low Low Made # Top Top Top Season Rnd Strks 72 54 36 18 Rnd Par Evnt 1 5 10 W-L Pct. Avg. 2010-11 8 644 - 233 159 - 73 - 3 - - - 74-113 .396 80.50 2011-12 8 643 - 227 161 - 72 1 3 - - - 38-97 .281 80.38 Totals 16 1287 - 227 159 - 72 1 6 - - - 112-210 .348 80.44

Bill CARLSON Sophomore Fargo, North Dakota Fargo South High School 2011-12 (Freshman): Played in all nine events with a 77.3 average over 23 rounds...Season-low 70 in the final round of the Summit League championship to finish in a tie for ninth place with a 1-over-par 214...Highest finish was a tie for eighth at the Western Illinois Beu/Mussatto Invitational with a 4-over 220... Named to the Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team as a Distinguished Scholar...Participated in the 2012 U.S. Amateur but missed the cut with a 10-over-par 151 in stroke play...Lowest scoring amateur at the Bobcat North Dakota State Open...High School: Graduated in 2011 from Fargo South High School...Two-time all-state performer...Part of a state championship team in 2010 and state runner-up team in 2011...Was tied for first at the state meet his junior year before losing in a playoff...Placed third at state his senior year...Also participated in the Red River Soccer program, was part of the Fargo Flyers state champion Bantam hockey team, and was captain of the 2010 North Dakota Under-16 USA Hockey national championship team...Personal: Born Jan. 5, 1993...Son of Phillip and Lisa Carlson of Fargo...Has two older brothers, Tony and Chuck...Majoring in accounting...Won the 2010 NDGA junior state championship and was ninth on the Minnesota PGA Junior Players Tour in Series C... Has made two holes-in-one over his playing career...Aced the No. 2 at Oxbow Country Club and the No. 14 at The Meadows in Moorhead, Minn. Low Low Low Low Low Made # Top Top Top Season Rnd Strks 72 54 36 18 Rnd Par Evnt 1 5 10 W-L Pct. Avg. 2011-12 23 1778 - 214 156 77 70 1 9 - - 2 237-273 .465 77.30

Oliver BOECKEL Junior Bismarck, North Dakota Bismarck High School 2011-12 (Sophomore): Played in three events with an 80.4 average over eight rounds...Low score was a 72 in the second round of the Kauai Collegiate Invitational, where he tied for 27th with a 227...Named to the Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team as a Distinguished Scholar and to the Sum-

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Kavin DVORAK

Kyle JANDRO

Junior Bismarck, North Dakota Bismarck Century High School

Junior Fargo, North Dakota Fargo South High School

2011-12 (Sophomore): Played in two fall events...Tied for 38th at the Green Bay Invitational with a 164 in two rounds and placed 39th at the Erv Kaiser Invitational witha 254 over three rounds...Averaged an 83.6...Named to the Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team and Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence...2010-11 (Freshman): Played in two fall events and one in the spring...Averaged 86.0 strokes over eight rounds...Low round was a 76 in the final round of the Erv Kaiser Invitational to finish in a tie for 33rd place... Named to the Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team...Summer golf included the Pine to Palm tournament, North Dakota Bobcat Open, and the NDGA state match play...High School: Graduated in 2010 from Bismarck Century High School...Five-year varsity letterwinner...Won eight events during his career, including the 2008 North Dakota Class A state title and 2009 West Region title...Led the Patriots to a second-place team finish...Two-time all-conference and all-state performer...Three-time Western Dakota Junior Tour champion...Personal: Born July 24, 1991...Son of Kim and Catherine Dvorak of Bismarck...Has an older sister, Ali...Majoring in computer science. Low Low Low Low Low Made # Top Top Top Season Rnd Strks 72 54 36 18 Rnd Par Evnt 1 5 10 W-L Pct. Avg. 2010-11 8 688 - 244 183 - 76 - 3 - - - 14-173 .075 86.00 2011-12 5 418 - 254 164 - 81 - 2 - - - 18-75 .194 83.60 Totals 13 1106 - 244 164 - 76 - 5 - - - 32-248 .114 85.08

Connor HOLLAND

Trent OLSON

Freshman West Fargo, North Dakota West Fargo High School

Sophomore Horace, North Dakota Fargo Shanley High School

High School: Graduated in 2012 from West Fargo High School...Four-time letterman...Three-time all-conference and all-state performer...Led the Eastern Dakota Conference with a 72.0 average his senior year...Finished second at the EDC tournament after a four-hole playoff...Runner-up at the Class A state championship by five shots with a two-day total of 148...Placed 14th, 7th and 4th at state his first three years...Helped the Packers to a second-place team finish in 2010 and a state championship in 2012...Low round was a 67 his senior year... Personal: Born Jan. 10, 1994...Son of Paul and Jane Holland of West Fargo...Has a younger sister, Caylie...Undecided on a college major.

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2011-12 (Sophomore): Played in all nine events with a 78.8 average over 23 rounds...Fired a season-low 72 in the final round of the Summit League championship to finish 39th with a 224...Tied for ninth at the Cleveland State Invitational with a 2-over-par 73 in the rain-shortened event...Named to the Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence...2010-11 (Freshman): Played in four events with an 82.0 average over 11 rounds...Low score was a 77 in the third round of the UMKC Bill Ross Intercollegiate...Named to the Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team as a Distinguished Scholar and to the Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence...High School: Graduated in 2009 from Fargo South High School...Two-year starter and part of five state championship teams with the Bruins...2009 Class A state medalist...Shot a 72 in the final round to win by one stroke...Starting goaltender for the Fargo Flames junior gold teams in 2006 and 2007...Made 57 saves in the 2007 state championship game to win a second consecutive title...All-state goalie for the Fargo Flyers junior gold team in 2008 before joining the South High varsity team in 2009...Personal: Born May 8, 1990...Son of Michael and Lori Jandro of Fargo... Family includes a brother, Jimmy, who played football at Valley City State, and two sisters, Stacy and Kelsey...Majoring in zoology (pre-dentistry) with a minor in chemistry...Member of the pre-dentistry club. Low Low Low Low Low Made # Top Top Top Season Rnd Strks 72 54 36 18 Rnd Par Evnt 1 5 10 W-L Pct. Avg. 2010-11 11 902 - 242 160 - 77 - 4 - - - 56-211 .210 82.00 2011-12 23 1813 - 223 157 73 72 - 9 - - 1 205-305 .402 78.83 Totals 34 2715 - 223 157 73 72 - 13 - - 1 261-516 .336 79.85

2011-12 (Freshman): Played in six of nine team events with a 77.6 average over 16 rounds...Shot a season-low 71 in the second round of the Erv Kaiser Invitational and won the tournament by three shots with a 3-over-par 219...Participated in the 2012 U.S. Amateur but missed the cut with an 11-over-par 152 in stroke play...High School: Graduated in 2011 from Shanley High School in Fargo...Four-year letterwinner and two-time captain...Shot rounds of 71 and 76 to win the Class A state title his senior year and lead the Deacons to the team championship...Two-time all-conference and all-state performer, including a fifth-place finish his junior year...Also lettered in basketball and soccer...Part of Shanley’s first state championship soccer team in 2008...Team captain and all-state defender as a senior...Personal: Born Aug. 10, 1992...Son of Jerry and Kathleen Olson of Horace, N.D...Has a younger brother, Tanner...Won the 2010 Fargo-Moorhead Junior All-City at Village Green and placed second at the 2010 NDGA junior state championship...Majoring in accounting. Low Low Low Low Low Made # Top Top Top Season Rnd Strks 72 54 36 18 Rnd Par Evnt 1 5 10 W-L Pct. Avg. 2011-12 16 1242 - 219 159 - 71 2 6 1 1 1 153-154 .498 77.63

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Ursinio PUGA

Nate VARTY

Junior La Coruña, Spain Compañia de Maria

Senior Elk River, Minnesota Elk River High School

2011-12 (Sophomore): Played in six of nine team events with a 78.9 average over 14 rounds...Shot a 1-under-par 71 in the first round of the Green Bay Invitational and tied for fourth place with a 149...Tied for ninth place with a 2-over 73 in the rain-shortened Cleveland State Invitational...Named to the Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team as a Distinguished Scholar and to the Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence...2010-11 (Freshman): Played in two fall events and one in the spring...Averaged 82.4 strokes over eight rounds...Shot a season-low 74 in the first round of the Erv Kaiser Invitational and tied for 24th in the tournament with a 236...Named to the Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team...Placed 36th in the Spanish national tournament during the summer...High School: Graduated in 2010 from Compañia de Maria in La Coruña, Spain...Was an exchange student at Ludington (Mich.) High School in 2008-09...State golf tournament participant and also lettered in swimming...In Spain, was part of two championship teams and four runner-up teams in Galicia...State champion in the Under-14 division in 2004...Personal: Born Sept. 22, 1992...Son of Eluira Gil Urdangaray and Ursinio Puga Gonzalez...Has an older sister, Teresa, who golfed at the University of Minnesota...Majoring in civil engineering. Low Low Low Low Low Made # Top Top Top Season Rnd Strks 72 54 36 18 Rnd Par Evnt 1 5 10 W-L Pct. Avg. 2010-11 8 659 - 236 171 - 74 - 3 - - - 38-149 .203 82.38 2011-12 14 1104 - 231 149 73 71 1 6 - 1 2 151-144 .512 78.86 Totals 22 1763 - 231 149 73 71 1 9 - 1 2 189-293 .392 80.14

2011-12 (Junior): Played in all nine events with a 76.7 average over 23 rounds... Fired a career-low 70 in the final round of the Summit League championship and tied for ninth place with a 1-over-par 214...Won the Green Bay Invitational by three shots in the September opener with an even-par 144...Tied for sixth at the Quintero Invitational with a 164...2010-11 (Sophomore): Second on the team with a 77.8 average over 25 rounds...Shot a career-best 72 in the second round of the Jackrabbit Invitational and posted his best tournament score of the year (+4)...Made his first career top-10 finish with a third-place showing at NDSU’s Quintero Invitational...2009-10 (Freshman): Played in two events with a 77.0 average over five rounds...Continually improved from an 81 in his first round at the Concordia Invitational to a season-low 75 in the final round of the Erv Kaiser Invitational, where he tied for 23rd...High School: Graduated in 2008 from Elk River High School...Four-year letterman and three-time all-conference performer...Academic all-state honoree...Also lettered in soccer and hockey... Personal: Born Aug. 15, 1989...Son of Jon and Jill Varty of Elk River, Minn...Family includes two brothers, Zach and Justin...His uncle, Thomas Varty, was a golf letterwinner at the University of Minnesota...Majoring in mechanical engineering...Worked on the grounds crew for the Elk River Country Club. Low Low Low Low Low Made # Top Top Top Season Rnd Strks 72 54 36 18 Rnd Par Evnt 1 5 10 W-L Pct. Avg. 2009-10 5 385 - 227 158 - 75 - 2 - - - 41-61 .402 77.00 2010-11 25 1944 - 220 158 - 72 1 9 - 1 1 249-307 .448 77.76 2011-12 23 1763 - 214 144 75 70 5 9 1 1 3 270-240 .529 76.65 Totals 53 4092 - 214 144 75 70 6 20 1 2 4 560-608 .479 77.21

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Josh WEISMANTEL

Freshman Baudette, Minnesota Warroad High School

Sophomore Watertown, South Dakota Watertown High School

High School: Graduated in 2012 from Warroad High School...Four-year letterwinner in golf and also participated in hockey...Qualified for the Class 2A state golf tournament his freshman and sophomore years...Best 18-hole score in high school was a 67 as a sophomore...Personal: Born Jan. 14, 1994...Son of Chris Olson of Baudette, Minn., and Steve Timm of Moorhead, Minn...Has a younger sister, Haylie...Undecided on a college major.

2011-12 (Freshman): Played in three events with an 80.8 average over eight rounds...Tied for 19th at the Green Bay Invitational with a 157, including a low score of 76 in the first round of the season...Tied for 33rd at the Erv Kaiser Invitational with a 245 and was 67th at the Western Illinois Beu/Mussatto Invitational with a 244...Named to the Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team... High School: Graduated in 2011 from Watertown High School...Five-year letterwinner and two-time captain...Three-time all-state performer...Conference runner-up his junior year and went on to a seventh-place finish at state with rounds of 75 and 79...Also participated in basketball, soccer and tennis...Personal: Born Nov. 28, 1992...Son of John and Becky Weismantel of Watertown, S.D...Has an older brother, Jared, who graduated from NDSU, and a younger sister, Jenna...Majoring in mechanical engineering...Member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers...Won South Dakota junior championships in 2009 and 2010. Low Low Low Low Low Made # Top Top Top Season Rnd Strks 72 54 36 18 Rnd Par Evnt 1 5 10 W-L Pct. Avg. 2011-12 8 646 - 244 157 - 76 - 3 - - - 63-116 .352 80.75

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men’s season review 2011-12 Individual Statistics Low Tournaments Low Par/- # Finish Top To Player Rounds Strokes 72 54 36 18 Rnd Rnds Evnts 1 5 10 W-L W-L% Par Avg. Nathan Anderson 23 1737 - 216 148 81 70 4 9 1 2 3 274-236 .537 +4 75.52 Zach Stenstad 20 1521 - 218 152 73 71 2 8 - - 3 281-160 .637 +4 76.05 Nate Varty 23 1763 - 214 144 75 70 5 9 1 1 3 270-240 .529 +5 76.65 Bill Carlson 23 1778 - 214 156 77 70 1 9 - - 2 237-273 .465 +5 77.30 Trent Olson 16 1242 - 219 159 - 71 2 6 1 1 1 153-154 .498 +6 77.63 Kyle Jandro 23 1813 - 223 157 73 72 - 9 - - 1 205-305 .402 +7 78.83 Ursinio Puga 14 1104 - 231 149 73 71 1 6 - 1 2 151-144 .512 +7 78.86 Oliver Boeckel 8 643 - 227 161 - 72 1 3 - - - 38-97 .281 +8 80.38 Josh Weismantel 8 646 - 244 157 - 76 - 3 - - - 63-116 .352 +9 80.75 Kavin Dvorak 5 418 - 254 164 - 81 - 2 - - - 18-75 .194 +12 83.60 FOUR-PLAYER TEAM 23 7003 - 861 613 298 282 16 9 3 5 15 38-44 .463 +17 304.48

2011-12 Low Rounds Team low rounds (best 10) 1. -2 Summit League Championship (3rd round) 2. +4 Summit League Championship (2nd round) 3. +5 Kauai Collegiate Invitational (2nd round) 4. +7 Summit League Championship (1st round) +7 Beu/Mussatto Invitational (2nd round) +7 Beu/Mussatto Invitational (3rd round) 7. +8 Jackrabbit Invitational (2nd round) 8. +13 Jackrabbit Invitational (3rd round) 9. +14 Cleveland State Invitational (1st round) +14 Kauai Collegiate Invitational (3rd round) Player low rounds (best 10) 1. -2 Nathan Anderson, Beu/Mussatto Invitational (3rd round) 2. -1 Bill Carlson, Summit League Championship (3rd round) -1 Nate Varty, Summit League Championship (3rd round) -1 Nathan Anderson, Summit League Championship (3rd round) -1 Ursinio Puga, Green Bay Invitational (1st round) -1 Trent Olson, Erv Kaiser Invitational (2nd round) -1 Zach Stenstad, Erv Kaiser Invitational (2nd round) -1 Nathan Anderson, Jackrabbit Invitational (2nd round) 9. E Zach Stenstad, Summit League Championship (2nd round) E Nate Varty, Green Bay Invitational (1st round) E Nate Varty, Green Bay Invitational (2nd round) E Trent Olson, Erv Kaiser Invitational (3rd round) E Nate Varty, Kauai Collegiate Invitational (2nd round) E Oliver Boeckel, Kauai Collegiate Invitational (2nd round) E Nathan Anderson, Quintero Invitational (1st round) E Nate Varty, Jackrabbit Invitational (2nd round)

The Summit League in Review Men’s Championship Results

April 23-24, 2012 – Primm Valley Desert Course, Primm, Nev. 1st 2nd 3rd Total 1. IUPUI 265 291 293 849 2. Southern Utah 278 288 283 849 3. Oral Roberts 285 287 279 851 279 287 290 856 4. Fort Wayne 5. North Dakota State 291 288 282 861 285 292 288 865 6. Western Illinois 7. Kansas City 293 298 290 881 8. South Dakota State 291 305 286 882 296 292 295 883 9. Oakland 10. South Dakota 302 305 308 915

Men’s Awards

All-Summit League First Team: Michael Davan, Michael Powell, Rob van de Vin, IUPUI; David Holtgrewe, ORU; Korbin Kuehn, UMKC All-Summit League Second Team: Shannon Allen, ORU; Hudson Carpenter, SDSU; Cole Chelle, UMKC; Ben Engle, IUPUI; Jeff Evans, SUU Summit League All-Tournament Team: Michael Davan, Ben Engle, IUPUI; Nick Cunningham, OU; Jake Holt, Southern Utah; Ben Kilborn, WIU; Scott Newell, ORU Championship MVP: Michael Davan, IUPUI Newcomer of the Championship: Scott Newell, ORU Coach of the Year: John Andrews, IUPUI Golfer of the Year: Michael Davan, IUPUI

Season Scoring Leaders

Michael Davan, IUPUI................... 72.61 Korbin Kuehn, UMKC.................... 72.72 Jeff Evans, SUU............................... 72.89 Ben Engle, IUPUI............................ 73.35 David Holtgrewe, ORU................. 73.54 Michael Powell, IUPUI.................. 73.87 Nic Booth, SUU............................... 74.03 Cole Chelle, UMKC......................... 74.22 Hudson Carpenter, SDSU............ 74.23 Kurt Slattery, WIU........................... 74.24

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2011-12 Tournament Results 09/12/11 - 09/13/11 -- Green Bay Invitational Green Bay CC -- Green Bay, WI Par 72, 7097 yards -- 9 teams, 51 players 1st 2nd Total North Dakota State 304 309 613 Nate Varty 72 72 144 Ursinio Puga 71 78 149 Zach Stenstad 75 77 152 Bill Carlson 81 75 156 Kyle Jandro 78 79 157 Josh Weismantel 76 81 157 Trent Olson 77 82 159 Oliver Boeckel 73 88 161 Nathan Anderson 80 83 163 Kavin Dvorak 81 83 164

Par Place +37 3rd E 1st +5 t-4th +8 t-8th +12 18th +13 t-19th +13 t-19th +15 t-26th +17 t-33rd +19 37th +20 t-38th

09/19/11 - 09/20/11 -- Erv Kaiser Invitational Oxbow CC -- Oxbow, ND Par 72, 6833 yards -- 8 teams, 44 players 1st 2nd 3rd Total Par Place North Dakota State 312 305 323 940 +76 7th Trent Olson 76 71 72 219 +3 1st Nathan Anderson 75 75 73 223 +7 3rd Zach Stenstad 78 71 81 230 +14 t-14th Ursinio Puga 77 77 80 234 +18 t-19th Nate Varty 77 79 81 237 +21 t-26th Bill Carlson 80 78 83 241 +25 32nd Josh Weismantel 83 80 82 245 +29 t-33rd Kyle Jandro 86 80 81 247 +31 t-35th Kavin Dvorak 84 82 88 254 +38 39th Oliver Boeckel 88 84 83 255 +39 40th 10/04/11 -- Cleveland State Invitational Canterbury -- Beachwood, OH Par 71, 7012 yards -- 14 teams, 75 players Total Par Place North Dakota State 298 +14 t-4th Kyle Jandro 73 +2 t-9th 73 +2 t-9th Ursinio Puga# Zach Stenstad 73 +2 t-9th Nate Varty 75 +4 t-24th Bill Carlson 77 +6 t-45th 81 +10 t-71st Nathan Anderson 10/17/11 - 10/18/11 -- UMKC Bill Ross Intercollegiate Milburn -- Overland Park, KS Par 72, 7054 yards -- 11 teams, 70 players 1st 2nd 3rd Total Par Place North Dakota State 313 312 320 945 +81 11th Nate Varty 78 82 76 236 +20 t-54th Kyle Jandro 78 75 84 237 +21 t-58th Trent Olson 77 78 83 238 +22 t-60th Bill Carlson 81 81 78 240 +24 t-64th Nathan Anderson 80 78 83 241 +25 t-66th Ursinio Puga# 80 79 83 242 +26 t-68th

02/27/12 - 02/28/12 -- Quintero Invitational Quintero Golf and Country Club -- Peoria, AZ Par 72, 6845 yards -- 3 teams, 18 players 1st 2nd Total North Dakota State 328 322 650 Nathan Anderson 72 76 148 Nate Varty# 83 81 164 Zach Stenstad 88 78 166 Bill Carlson 84 84 168 Trent Olson 84 84 168 Ursinio Puga# 91 84 175 Kyle Jandro 97 85 182

Par Place +74 2nd +4 1st +20 t-6th +22 9th +24 t-12th +24 t-12th +31 16th +38 18th

03/12/12 - 03/13/12 -- Jackrabbit Invitational Primm Valley Desert -- Primm, NV Par 72, 7090 yards -- 15 teams, 81 players 1st 2nd 3rd Total Par Place North Dakota State 303 296 301 900 +36 11th Nathan Anderson 73 71 74 218 +2 t-18th Nate Varty 77 72 79 228 +12 t-55th Bill Carlson 75 76 78 229 +13 t-57th Zach Stenstad 78 77 74 229 +13 t-57th Kyle Jandro 86 77 75 238 +22 t-78th 04/02/12 - 04/03/12 -- Beu/Mussatto Invitational Harry Mussatto -- Macomb, IL Par 72, 6862 yards -- 15 teams, 87 players 1st 2nd 3rd Total Par Place North Dakota State 303 295 295 893 +29 4th Nathan Anderson 76 74 70 220 +4 t-8th 73 73 74 220 +4 t-8th Bill Carlson Zach Stenstad 75 74 75 224 +8 t-18th Trent Olson# 75 75 79 229 +13 t-30th Nate Varty 80 74 77 231 +15 t-36th 79 77 76 232 +16 t-38th Kyle Jandro Josh Weismantel# 82 81 81 244 +28 67th 04/23/12 - 04/24/12 -- Summit League Championship Primm Valley Desert -- Primm, NV Par 71, 7062 yards -- 10 teams, 50 players 1st 2nd 3rd Total Par Place North Dakota State 291 288 282 861 +9 5th Bill Carlson 72 72 70 214 +1 t-9th Nate Varty 72 72 70 214 +1 t-9th Nathan Anderson 73 73 70 216 +3 t-14th Zach Stenstad 74 71 73 218 +5 t-22nd 75 77 72 224 +11 39th Kyle Jandro # indicates individual player

10/30/11 - 11/01/11 -- Kauai Collegiate Invitational Puakea -- Lihue, HI Par 72, 6954 yards -- 6 teams, 43 players 1st 2nd 3rd Total Par Place North Dakota State 308 293 302 903 +39 6th Kyle Jandro 77 73 73 223 +7 t-20th Nathan Anderson 80 73 74 227 +11 t-27th Oliver Boeckel# 76 72 79 227 +11 t-27th Trent Olson# 73 76 80 229 +13 t-31st Zach Stenstad 78 75 76 229 +13 t-31st Ursinio Puga# 79 77 75 231 +15 t-34th Bill Carlson 75 79 79 233 +17 37th Nate Varty 78 72 84 234 +18 t-38th

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MEN’S season review 2011-12 Individual Results Nathan Anderson

Ursinio Puga

Tournament Rounds Scores Par Rank W-L Green Bay Invitational 2 80-83=163 +19 37th/51 14-36 3 75-75-73=223 +7 3rd/44 41-2 Erv Kaiser Invitational Cleveland State Invitational 1 81 +10 t71st/75 4-70 3 80-78-83=241 +25 t66th/70 4-65 UMKC Bill Ross Intercollegiate Kauai Collegiate Invitational 3 80-73-74=227 +11 t27th/43 16-26 Quintero Invitational 2 72-76=148 +4 1st/18 17-0 3 73-71-74=218 +2 t18th/81 63-17 Jackrabbit Invitational Beu/Mussatto Invitational 3 76-74-70=220 +4 t8th/87 79-7 3 73-73-70=216 +3 t14th/50 36-13 Summit League Championship SEASON TOTALS 23 1737 Avg. 75.52 +4 - 274-236

Tournament Rounds Scores Par Rank W-L Green Bay Invitational 2 71-78=149 +5 t4th/51 47-3 3 77-77-80=234 +18 t19th/44 25-18 Erv Kaiser Invitational Cleveland State Invitational 1 73 +2 t9th/75 66-8 3 80-79-83=242 +26 t68th/70 2-67 UMKC Bill Ross Intercollegiate Kauai Collegiate Invitational 3 79-77-75=231 +15 t34th/43 9-33 Quintero Invitational 2 91-84=175 +31 16th/18 2-15 14 1104 Avg. 78.86 +7 - 151-144 SEASON TOTALS

Oliver Boeckel

Tournament Green Bay Invitational Erv Kaiser Invitational Kauai Collegiate Invitational SEASON TOTALS

Rounds Scores 2 73-88=161 3 88-84-83=255 3 76-72-79=227 8 643 Avg. 80.38

Par Rank W-L +17 t33rd/51 18-32 +39 40th/44 4-39 +11 t27th/43 16-26 +8 - 38-97

Bill Carlson Tournament Rounds Scores Par Rank W-L Green Bay Invitational 2 81-75=156 +12 18th/51 33-17 Erv Kaiser Invitational 3 80-78-83=241 +25 32nd/44 12-31 Cleveland State Invitational 1 77 +6 t45th/75 30-44 UMKC Bill Ross Intercollegiate 3 81-81-78=240 +24 t64th/70 6-63 Kauai Collegiate Invitational 3 75-79-79=233 +17 37th/43 6-36 Quintero Invitational 2 84-84=168 +24 t12th/18 6-11 Jackrabbit Invitational 3 75-76-78=229 +13 t57th/81 24-56 Beu/Mussatto Invitational 3 73-73-74=220 +4 t8th/87 79-7 Summit League Championship 3 72-72-70=214 +1 t9th/50 41-8 SEASON TOTALS 23 1778 Avg. 77.30 +5 - 237-273

Kavin Dvorak

Tournament Rounds Scores Par Rank W-L Green Bay Invitational 2 81-83=164 +20 t38th/51 13-37 Erv Kaiser Invitational 3 84-82-88=254 +38 39th/44 5-38 SEASON TOTALS 5 418 Avg. 83.60 +12 - 18-75

Kyle Jandro

Tournament Green Bay Invitational Erv Kaiser Invitational Cleveland State Invitational UMKC Bill Ross Intercollegiate Kauai Collegiate Invitational Quintero Invitational Jackrabbit Invitational Beu/Mussatto Invitational Summit League Championship SEASON TOTALS

Rounds Scores 2 78-79=157 3 86-80-81=247 1 73 3 78-75-84=237 3 77-73-73=223 2 97-85=182 3 86-77-75=238 3 79-77-76=232 3 75-77-72=224 23 1813 Avg. 78.83

Par +13 +31 +2 +21 +7 +38 +22 +16 +11 +7

Rank W-L t19th/51 32-18 t35th/44 9-34 t9th/75 66-8 t58th/70 12-57 t20th/43 23-19 18th/18 0-17 t78th/81 3-77 t38th/87 49-37 39th/50 11-38 - 205-305

Zach Stenstad

Tournament Rounds Scores Par Rank W-L Green Bay Invitational 2 75-77=152 +8 t8th/51 43-7 3 78-71-81=230 +14 t14th/44 30-13 Erv Kaiser Invitational Cleveland State Invitational 1 73 +2 t9th/75 66-8 3 78-75-76=229 +13 t31st/43 12-30 Kauai Collegiate Invitational Quintero Invitational 2 88-78=166 +22 9th/18 9-8 Jackrabbit Invitational 3 78-77-74=229 +13 t57th/81 24-56 3 75-74-75=224 +8 t18th/87 69-17 Beu/Mussatto Invitational Summit League Championship 3 74-71-73=218 +5 t22nd/50 28-21 SEASON TOTALS 20 1521 Avg. 76.05 +4 - 281-160

Nate Varty

Tournament Green Bay Invitational Erv Kaiser Invitational Cleveland State Invitational UMKC Bill Ross Intercollegiate Kauai Collegiate Invitational Quintero Invitational Jackrabbit Invitational Beu/Mussatto Invitational Summit League Championship SEASON TOTALS

Rounds Scores 2 72-72=144 3 77-79-81=237 1 75 3 78-82-76=236 3 78-72-84=234 2 83-81=164 3 77-72-79=228 3 80-74-77=231 3 72-72-70=214 23 1763 Avg. 76.65

Par E +21 +4 +20 +18 +20 +12 +15 +1 +5

Rank W-L 1st/51 50-0 t26th/44 18-25 t24th/75 51-23 t54th/70 16-53 t38th/43 5-37 t6th/18 12-5 t55th/81 26-54 t36th/87 51-35 t9th/50 41-8 - 270-240

Rounds Scores 2 76-81=157 3 83-80-82=245 3 82-81-81=244 8 646 Avg. 80.75

Par Rank W-L +13 t19th/51 32-18 +29 t33rd/44 11-32 +28 67th/87 20-66 +9 - 63-116

Josh Weismantel Tournament Green Bay Invitational Erv Kaiser Invitational Beu/Mussatto Invitational SEASON TOTALS

Trent Olson Tournament Rounds Scores Par Rank W-L Green Bay Invitational 2 77-82=159 +15 t26th/51 25-25 Erv Kaiser Invitational 3 76-71-72=219 +3 1st/44 43-0 UMKC Bill Ross Intercollegiate 3 77-78-83=238 +22 t60th/70 10-59 3 73-76-80=229 +13 t31st/43 12-30 Kauai Collegiate Invitational Quintero Invitational 2 84-84=168 +24 t12th/18 6-11 Beu/Mussatto Invitational 3 75-75-79=229 +13 t30th/87 57-29 SEASON TOTALS 16 1242 Avg. 77.63 +6 - 153-154

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Nathan Anderson led the North Dakota State men’s golf team in scoring for the third straight season with a 75.52 average.

North Dakota State University GOLF


MEN’S RECORDS Individual Lowest 18-Hole Round

Team Lowest 18-Hole Round

Individual Lowest 36-Hole Tournament

Team Lowest 36-Hole Tournament

64, Taylor Cavanagh, Erv Kaiser Invitational, 9/20/2008 65, Eric Johnson, Iowa Hawkeye Intercollegiate, 9/10/2005 66, Eric Johnson, UMKC Bill Ross Intercollegiate, 10/3/2006 66, Eric Johnson, North Central Conference Championship, 10/5/2003 66, Jon Miller, Concordia Cobber Invitational, 9/5/2003 66, Matt Mayer, North Central Conference Championship, 10/5/1990 67, Joe Schornack, Summit League Championship, 4/20/2008 67, Eric Johnson, Division I Independent Championship, 4/29/2007 67, Eric Johnson, Division I Independent Championship, 4/28/2007 67, Eric Johnson, Navy Fall Invitational, 9/9/2006 67, Jeff Noeske, Erv Kaiser Invitational, 9/16/2005 67, Jon Miller, Northwest Region Fall Head-to-Head, 9/30/2002

138, Eric Johnson, Navy Fall Invitational, 9/10/2006 141, Jon Miller, Minnesota State Mankato Invitational, 4/19/2003 142, Nick Olsgaard, Navy Fall Classic, 9/13/2009 144, Nate Varty, Green Bay Invitational, 9/13/2011 144, Brad McCullough, Bemidji State Invitational, 9/8/1990 145, Nathan Anderson, Western Illinois Beu/Mussatto Invitational, 3/29/2011 145, Eric Johnson, Bemidji State Fall Invitational, 9/8/2003 145, Todd Taverna, Missouri Western State Invitational, 4/1/2003 145, Jon Miller, Erv Kaiser Invitational, 9/13/2002 145, Steve Swanson, Bemidji State Invitational, 9/8/1990 145, Mike Manion, Bemidji State Invitational, 9/8/1990

Individual Lowest 54-Hole Tournament

206, Eric Johnson, Division I Independent Championship, 4/29/2007 208, Taylor Cavanagh, Erv Kaiser Invitational, 9/21/2008 211, Eric Johnson, UMKC Bill Ross Intercollegiate, 10/3/2006 211, Jeff Noeske, Erv Kaiser Invitational, 9/18/2005 212, Reid Mattson, IPFW Fall Classic, 10/9/2007 212, Eric Johnson, Iowa Hawkeye Intercollegiate, 9/11/2005 213, Eric Johnson, Erv Kaiser Invitational, 9/18/2005 214, Bill Carlson, Summit League Championship, 4/24/2012 214, Nate Varty, Summit League Championship, 4/24/2012 214, Taylor Cavanagh, IPFW Fall Classic, 10/9/2007 214, Eric Johnson, Division I Independent Championship, 4/30/2006 214, Jon Miller, Northwest Region Fall Head-to-Head, 10/1/2002

Best Scoring Average

Season (minimum 10 rounds) 72.27, Eric Johnson, 2006-07 72.95, Eric Johnson, 2005-06 73.54, Jon Miller, 2003-04 74.38, Eric Johnson, 2004-05 74.76, Jon Miller, 2002-03 74.96, Taylor Cavanagh, 2007-08 74.96, Eric Johnson, 2003-04 75.24, Nathan Anderson, 2010-11 75.52, Nathan Anderson, 2011-12 75.83, Dan Balsbaugh, 1991-92

Best Won-Lost Percentage Season (minimum 10 rounds) .982, Dan Balsbaugh, 1992-93 .961, Matt Mayer, 1990-91 .913, Dan Balsbaugh, 1991-92 .909, Jon Miller, 2003-04 .900, Eric Johnson, 2006-07 .884, Mark Baumann, 1994-95 .866, Todd Wahl, 1995-96 .865, Jon Miller, 2002-03 .858, Mark Baumann, 1995-96 .833, Eric Johnson, 2005-06

Career (minimum 30 rounds) 73.69, Eric Johnson, 2003-07 75.68, Jon Miller, 2001-05 75.86, Nathan Anderson, 2009-12 76.53, Todd Taverna, 2002-04 76.64, Jeff Noeske, 2004-07 77.21, Nate Varty, 2009-12 77.24, Joe Schornack, 2005-09 77.39, Reid Mattson, 2004-08 77.53, Taylor Cavanagh, 2006-10 77.58, Adam Wudel, 2004-08

Career (minimum 30 rounds) .842, Eric Johnson, 2003-07 .782, Dan Balsbaugh, 1990-94 .770, Jon Miller, 2001-05 .703, Todd Taverna, 2002-04 .656, Dave Reek, 1997,1999,2002-03 .655, Nathan Anderson, 2009-12 .607, Jay Heydt, 1994-97 .597, Mike Huber, 1991-92,1994-96 .578, Joe Schornack, 2005-09 .558, Taylor Cavanagh, 2006-10

279, North Central Conference Championship, 10/5/2003 280, IPFW Fall Classic, 10/8/2007 282, Summit League Championship, 4/24/2012 282, North Central Conference Championship, 10/5/1990 283, Concordia Cobber Invitational, 9/5/2003 284, IPFW Fall Classic, 10/8/2007 284, Erv Kaiser Invitational, 9/18/2005 285, Erv Kaiser Invitational, 9/20/2008 285, Concordia Invitational, 9/5/2008 285, Summit League Championship, 4/20/2008 285, Erv Kaiser Invitational, 9/16/2006 285, Erv Kaiser Invitational, 9/16/2005

592, Bemidji State Fall Invitational, 9/8/2003 594, Minnesota State Mankato Invitational, 4/19/2003 596, Navy Fall Classic, 9/13/2009 597, Erv Kaiser Invitational, 9/13/2002 598, Navy Fall Invitational, 9/10/2006 599, Navy Fall Classic, 9/13/2008 601, Navy Fall Classic, 9/9/2007 604, UND Fighting Sioux Invitational, 9/22/2003 605, Western Illinois Beu/Mussatto Invitational, 3/29/2011 605, Erv Kaiser Invitational, 9/14/1997

Team Lowest 54-Hole Tournament

861, Summit League Championship, 4/24/2012 862, IPFW Fall Classic, 10/9/2007 867, Erv Kaiser Invitational, 9/18/2005 876, North Central Conference Championship, 10/6/2003 877, Division I Independent Championship, 4/29/2007 878, Saint Louis Billiken Invitational, 4/12/2005 882, Erv Kaiser Invitational, 9/21/2008 884, Northwest Region Fall Head-to-Head, 10/1/2002 885, Erv Kaiser Invitational, 9/22/2009 889, UMKC Bill Ross Intercollegiate, 10/3/2006

Best Four-Player Team Scoring Average Season 299.81, 2003-04 302.77, 2006-07 304.09, 2005-06 304.27, 2004-05 304.48, 2011-12 306.76, 2010-11 306.78, 2007-08 307.16, 2008-09 308.18, 2002-03 311.29, 2009-10

Best Four-Player Team Won-Lost Percentage Season .819, 2003-04 .737, 1990-91 .661, 1992-93 .625, 1994-95 .606, 1995-96 .602, 1998-99 .552, 1991-92 .532, 2006-07 .512, 2002-03 .509, 2004-05

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WOMEN’S GOLF TEAM

Bottom Row (L to R): Emma Kusick, Cassie Wurm. Second Row (L to R): Hailey Boner, Jackie Johnson. Third Row (L to R): Abby Knutson, Megan Swan, Sarah Storandt. Top Row (L to R): Cydney Hasselberg, Amy Anderson, Head Coach Matt Johnson.

2012-13 Women’s Roster Name Amy Anderson Hailey Boner Cydney Hasselberg Jackie Johnson Abby Knutson Emma Kusick Sarah Storandt Megan Swan Cassie Wurm

Yr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Jr. Fr.

Hometown (Previous School) Oxbow, N.D. Stillwater, Minn. (Stillwater Area HS) Staples, Minn. (Staples-Motley HS) Faribault, Minn. (Faribault HS) Hatton, N.D. Minot, N.D. (Minot HS) Moorhead, Minn. (Fargo Shanley HS) Tipp City, Ohio (Tippecanoe HS) Hudson, Wis. (Hudson HS)

Head Coach: Matt Johnson (4th season)

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Matt Johnson,

Head Women’s Golf Coach Matt Johnson is in his fourth season as the head women’s golf coach at North Dakota State University. He was hired as the sixth coach in program history in June 2009. A teaching professional from 1995 to 2012, he worked as the head golf pro and assistant pro at courses in Valley City, Fargo and Wahpeton, N.D., from 1995 to 1998. Johnson began working at the Sports Bubble in Fargo as the general manager and teaching professional in 1999. He bought the facility and was the owner/operator and head teaching pro from 2004 to 2012 before selling. Johnson was NDSU’s head men’s golf coach for three seasons from 2001 to 2004. Under his direction, the Bison qualified for the NCAA Division II tournament for the first time in 13 years in 2004. His Bison men’s team ranked as high as 23rd in the Golfstat collegiate rankings in 2003-04 and had two individual NCAA regional qualifiers in Jon Miller and Todd Taverna. Johnson won the North Dakota College Athletic Conference individual championship in 1993 and was a three-time all-conference and all-district performer at Valley City State. He attended NDSU for one year in 1990-91 before graduating from Valley City State in 1994 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He was an NAIA All-America Scholar Athlete.

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Amy ANDERSON Senior Oxbow, North Dakota

2011-12 (Junior): Summit League Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year...AllSummit League first team and Summit League Golfer of the Year for the third straight season...Summit League championship MVP and individual champion for the second straight year after shooting 2-over 218 and defending her league title with a three-shot win over Southern Utah freshman Monica Jung... Tied her own school record with five tournament victories for the third straight year, running her career total to 15 wins...Capped the regular season with back-to-back titles including her third victory in three years at the Creighton Golf Classic...Named Summit League co-Golfer of the Week for her win at Creighton, where she shot a 5-over 149 in the 36-hole event...Summit League leader by almost three full strokes with a 73.04 average through 28 rounds... Shot a school-record 67 in the final round to win at Campbell on Nov. 1 and topped that with a 66 in the final round of the South Dakota State Jackrabbit Invitational on March 13...Voted to the Capital One Academic All-America first team with a 3.96 GPA in accounting...Winner of the Dinah Shore Trophy Award from the LPGA Foundation...Played for Team USA in two international events in summer 2012...Won 3 of 5 matches at the Curtis Cup in Scotland where the U.S. lost by one point to Great Britain & Ireland in June...Placed second at the World University Golf Championships in the Czech Republic in July...Shot a 16-under-par 272 one shot behind Spain’s Camila Hedberg Bertrand...Advanced to the second round of match play at the U.S. Women’s Amateur in August... Voted to the Capital One Academic All-America first team with a 3.96 GPA in accounting...Named to the NGCA All-America Scholar Team, Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team, and Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence...2010-11 (Sophomore): Repeated as Summit League Golfer of the Year and All-Summit League first team...Selected to the National Golf Coaches Association Division I All-America second team...Qualified for her second straight NCAA regional tournament as an individual...Tied for 11th place at the West Regional with a 5-over 221...Shot par 72 in the first two rounds and a 77 in the final round...Birdied the No. 18 and qualified for nationals by one shot as the second of two individuals...Tied for 12th at the NCAA championship with a 2-over 290, which was the best national finish in the 14-year history of Summit League women’s golf...Entered the final round in fifth and moved as high as second before five bogeys on the back nine...NCAA Elite 88 award winner as student-athlete with highest cumulative GPA at the national championship site (4.0)...Earned a spot in the USGA Women’s Open two days after the NCAA championship by winning a qualifier in Medina, Minn., with a 3-under 141...Beat out 34 other golfers for medalist honors including seven professionals...Named the “Non-School Athlete of the Year” by the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association in June 2011 for the feat...Was tied for the U.S. Open lead with professional Cristie Kerr at 2-under-par after the weather-shortened first day and went on to a 63rd-place finish...Advanced to the match play semifinals at the Women’s TRANS Amateur and lost in the second round of match play at the U.S. Women’s Amateur...Was named Summit League Championship MVP in April after winning the league tournament by three shots with a 6-over 219...Won five of 11 tournaments during the year...Three of her five wins were in the spring half of the regular season when she had zero outdoor practices due to weather...Summit League leader by more than two strokes with a school-record 73.10 average over 31 rounds...Broke two of her own school records with a 68 in the final round to win the South Dakota State Jackrabbit Invitational and a 36-hole score of 144 to win the Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational in September...The SDSU win helped set a team 54-hole tournament record by seven shots with a 927...Shot a 1-under 70 in the final round of the league championship to help NDSU to a schoolrecord round of 302...Named Summit League Golfer of the Week twice after her win at South Dakota State and her runner-up finish at Cincinnati...Voted to the Capital One Academic All-America second team with a 4.0 GPA in accounting... Named to the NGCA All-America Scholar Team, Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team, and Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence...2009-10 (Freshman): Summit League Newcomer of the Year, Golfer

of the Year, All-Summit League first team, and Division I All-America honorable mention by the National Golf Coaches Association...Summit League runner-up by one shot after suffering her worst score of the year with an 81 in the first round...One of nine individual qualifiers for the NCAA tournament...Tied for 17th place at the West Regional with a 222 and missed the national championship cut by only three shots...Led The Summit League with a 74.0 average over 27 rounds...Broke NDSU records for lowest 18-hole round, 36-hole tournament, 54-hole tournament and single-season scoring average, and her five tournament wins were NDSU single-season and career records...Won her first three collegiate events at Concordia Moorhead, Nebraska and Northern Arizona...Tied the 18-hole record of 71 at Concordia then fired two 69s at Nebraska, where her winning score of 6-under-par 210 shattered NDSU’s 54-hole record by 13 strokes...Snapped the 36-hole record the next week with a 144 at Northern Arizona...Summit League Female Athlete of the Month for August/September for her performances...Had a 70.8 average and defeated 176 competitors over three events...Named Summit League Women’s Golfer of the Week twice during the spring season after wins at the Drake Monterey Invitational and Creighton Golf Classic...Named to the Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team as a Distinguished Scholar and to the NGCA All-America Scholar Team with a 4.0 GPA...Played in three national tournaments in the summer of 2010...Won the stroke-play qualifying round at the Women’s Western Golf Association’s national amateur championship...Shot rounds of 68 and 69 to beat Southern California freshman Cyna Rodriguez by two strokes...Also made the cut into the round of 64 at the TRANS National Amateur and USGA Women’s Amateur...Before NDSU: Won the 2009 U.S. Junior Girls Amateur championship at age 17 with a 6-and-5 victory over Kimberly Kim of Hilo, Hawaii, in the match play final at Trump National in Bedminster, N.J...Also won stroke-play medalist honors with a 3-under-par 141...Led the first round of stroke play at the 2009 U.S. Women’s Amateur in St. Louis with a 3-under 68...Tied for eighth in stroke play before being eliminated 3-and-2 in the first round of match play...Cruised to a 16-shot victory in the 16-18 girls division at Purdue in the 2009 PGA Junior Series with a 2-under 214 over three rounds...Placed 10th in the girls’ division of the PGA Junior Championship in 2009 and was 19th in 2008...Became the first female to advance to the championship flight of the Pine-to-Palm tournament in Detroit Lakes, Minn...Lost to TCU’s Tom Hoge in the finals...Named the “Non-School Athlete of the Year” by the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association in June 2010 for her accomplishments before starting at NDSU...Three-time Fargo-Moorhead Women’s All-City champion from 2006-2008...Three-time F-M Junior All-City champion from 2004-2006...Won the Minnesota Players Cup in the 13-15 girls division in 2005 and 2006...Her brother, Nathan, was the boys champion in 2006...Personal: Born July 10, 1992...Daughter of Mark and Twyla Anderson of Oxbow, N.D...Has an older brother Nathan, who is a senior on the NDSU men’s golf team...Home-schooled...Majoring in accounting with a minor in fraud investigation...Member of the NDSU accounting club and the NDSU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. Low Low Low Low Low Made # Top Top Top Season Rnd Strks 72 54 36 18 Rnd Par Evnt 1 5 10 W-L Pct. Avg. 2009-10 27 1997 - 210 144 71 69 7 11 5 9 10 729-29 .962 73.96 2010-11 31 2266 290 213 144 - 68 13 11 5 6 8 871-48 .948 73.10 2011-12 28 2045 - 215 149 70 66 10 11 5 10 10 827-24 .972 73.04 Totals 86 6308 290 210 144 70 66 30 33 15 25 28 2427-101 .960 73.35

Hailey BONER Freshman Stillwater, Minnesota Stillwater Area High School High School: Graduated in 2012 from Stillwater Area High School...Six-time letterwinner, five-time all-conference and three-time all-state performer...Finished as high as seventh at the Class 3A state tournament her senior year...Placed eighth as a sophomore and 12th as a junior...Part of five conference championship teams, back-to-back state runner-up squads in 2011 and 2012, and a third place state finish in 2010...Also participated in soccer and choir...Personal: Born Feb. 24, 1994...Daughter of Gregory and Jennifer Boner of Stillwater, Minn...Has a younger sister, Paige...Majoring in business administration.

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WOMEN’S GOLF TEAM

Cydney HASSELBERG Senior Staples, Minnesota Staples-Motley High School 2011-12 (Junior): Played in five events with an 86.7 average over 12 rounds... Low round was an 80 at the Concordia Cobber Open and Campbell Fighting Camel Classic...Tied for eighth place at Concordia...Named to the Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team as a Distinguished Scholar and to the Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence...2010-11 (Sophomore): Played in all nine team events and was fifth on the squad with an 85.1 average over 24 rounds...Low score was a 79 in the first round of the Wisconsin Badger Invitational...Tied for 38th at the Summit League championship with a three-round score of 257...2009-10 (Freshman): Played in all 10 events with an 86.7 average over 24 rounds...Low round was an 80 in the first round of the Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational...Tied for 12th place at the Concordia Cobber Open with an 84...Tied for 35th place at the Summit League championship with a 262...Summer golf included a runner-up finish at the 2010 Birchmont in Bemidji, Minn., where she lost 3 and 2 in the match play championship to NDSU teammate Rachel Roller...High School: Graduated in 2009 from StaplesMotley High School...Her father, Glen, was the head coach and athletic director at Staples-Motley...Six-year varsity letterwinner...Five-time all-conference and all-state performer...Placed 12th, 8th, 9th, 5th and 3rd at the state tournament... Also an all-conference middle hitter and three-year starter in volleyball...Personal: Born Sept. 4, 1990...Daughter of Glen and Rebecca Hasselberg...Youngest of five children in the family...Her brother, Derek, played at St. Cloud State, and three sisters all played Division I golf...Heather Erholtz was at Purdue, Dana Hasselberg was at Bradley and Bemidji State, and Mary Harris was at Montana... Her brother-in-law, Tuff Harris, played football at Montana and was a safety on the Pittsburgh Steelers’ practice squad after breaking into the NFL with Miami in 2007 and playing for Tennessee in 2008...Majoring in child development... Member of the NDSU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. Low Low Low Low Low Made # Top Top Top Season Rnd Strks 72 54 36 18 Rnd Par Evnt 1 5 10 W-L Pct. Avg. 2009-10 24 2081 - 244 173 84 80 - 10 - - - 166-471 .261 86.71 2010-11 24 2042 - 247 161 - 78 - 9 - - - 125-544 .187 85.08 2011-12 12 1040 - 251 172 80 80 - 5 - - 1 145-229 .388 86.67 Totals 60 5163 - 244 161 80 78 - 24 - - 1 436-1244 .260 86.05

Jackie JOHNSON

conference championship in golf with an 18-0 record...Won four events on the 2009 Minnesota PGA Junior Tour and placed fourth in the second flight of the 2010 Minnesota women’s state amateur championship...Also lettered in soccer and was a two-time all-conference pick and team captain for the Faribault hockey team that made its first ever Class 1A state tournament apperance in February 2010...Personal: Born Sept. 25, 1991...Daughter of Jeff and Angela Johnson of Faribault, Minn...Has a younger brother, Alex, and a younger sister, Frankie...Majoring in physical education and health education with a minor in psychology...Member of the NDSU women’s hockey club. Low Low Low Low Low Made # Top Top Top Season Rnd Strks 72 54 36 18 Rnd Par Evnt 1 5 10 W-L Pct. Avg. 2010-11 7 635 - 266 168 - 83 - 3 - - 1 44-95 .317 90.71 2011-12 4 347 - 264 - 83 83 - 2 - - - 61-58 .513 86.75 Totals 11 982 - 264 168 83 83 - 5 - - 1 105-153 .407 89.27

Abby KNUTSON Junior Hatton, North Dakota

2011-12 (Sophomore): Played in all 10 team events with an 82.2 average over 25 rounds...Shot a season-low 73 in the final round of the Summit League championship to move into a tie for 22nd place and help the Bison to a runnerup finish...Highest finish was a tie for 17th at the Concordia Cobber Open in the season opener...Tied for 22nd at the Summit League championship with a 234...Named to the Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team and Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence...2010-11 (Freshman): Played two events in the fall and two in the spring...Averaged 87.8 strokes over 10 rounds... Shot a season-low 80 in the third round of the Cincinnati Spring Invitational... High School: Played for Hatton High School while being home-schooled... Four-time all-region performer and three-time all-state...Team MVP her final three seasons...Won the North Dakota Class B state championship in 2010 with a 6-over-par 150 and was named the state’s Outstanding Senior Athlete...Led Hatton to a fourth-place finish in the team standings...Also competed in cross country and participated in club hockey and softball programs...Personal: Born Feb. 12, 1992...Daughter of Jeffery and Judy Knutson of Hatton, N.D...Fifth of nine children in the family...Lists four brothers and four sisters, including two who played college golf...Emily Knutson played for St. Olaf from 2003-06 and Marta Knutson played at UND from 2007-09...Started golfing at age 17...Majoring in marketing. Low Low Low Low Low Made # Top Top Top Season Rnd Strks 72 54 36 18 Rnd Par Evnt 1 5 10 W-L Pct. Avg. 2010-11 10 878 - 247 172 - 80 - 4 - - - 45-258 .149 87.80 2011-12 25 2055 - 234 174 81 73 - 10 - - - 351-375 .483 82.20 Totals 35 2933 - 234 172 81 73 - 14 - - - 396-633 .385 83.80

Junior Faribault, Minnesota Faribault High School 2011-12 (Sophomore): Played in two events...Shot a season-low 83 to tie for 11th place at the Concordia Cobber Open...Tied for 49th at the Wisconsin Badger Invitational with a 264...Named to the Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team...2010-11 (Freshman): Played in two fall events and one in the spring...Averaged 90.7 strokes over seven rounds...Low score was an 83 in the first round of the year at Concordia and again in the second round at Iowa... Her eighth-place finish at Concordia was the only other top-10 appearance by a Bison golfer other than All-American Amy Anderson...High School: Graduated in 2010 from Faribault High School...Four-time all-conference performer and an individual qualifier for the 2010 Minnesota Class 3A state tournament...Led Faribault to a runner-up finish in the Section 1 tournament and the school’s first

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Emma KUSICK

Megan SWAN

Sophomore Minot, North Dakota Minot High School

Junior Tipp City, Ohio Tippecanoe High School

2011-12 (Freshman): Played in two events...Shot a season-best 84 for a 13thplace tie at the Concordia Cobber Open...Placed 51st at the Wisconsin Badger Invitational with a 275...Named to the Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team...High School: Graduated in 2011 from Minot High School...Threetime all-conference and all-state performer...Part of Minot’s state championship teams in 2008 and 2009...Placed third in the state and had a 78.9 average her senior year...Fourth-place state finisher her sophomore year...Also participated on the varsity dance team...Personal: Born Nov. 3, 1992...Daughter of Bo and Cheryl Kusick of Minot, N.D...Has a younger brother, Owen...Majoring in biochemistry...Member of the NDSU chemistry club and pre-med club...Spent the summer on the NDSU COAR team (Conferences, Orientation and Recruitment). Low Low Low Low Low Made # Top Top Top Season Rnd Strks 72 54 36 18 Rnd Par Evnt 1 5 10 W-L Pct. Avg. 2011-12 4 359 - 275 - 84 84 - 2 - - - 57-62 .479 89.75

Sarah STORANDT Sophomore Moorhead, Minnesota Fargo Shanley High School 2011-12 (Freshman): Played in all 10 team events with an 83.8 average over 25 rounds...Low round was a 74 in the season-opener at the Concordia Cobber Open where she placed second out of 68 golfers...Tied for 22nd at the Summit League championship with a 234...Named to the Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team as a Distinguished Scholar and to the National Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar Team...High School: Graduated in 2011 from Shanley High School in Fargo...Four-time all-conference and three-time all-state performer...Part of five straight Eastern Dakota Conference championships and three state title teams in 2005, 2006 and 2007...Won five individual titles her senior year and was runner-up four times, including the conference and state meets...Had a 75.5 average and was named EDC Senior Athlete of the Year... All-conference basketball player for the Deacons and also lettered in soccer... Personal: Born May 5, 1993...Daughter of Chip and Dawn Storandt of Moorhead, Minn...Has a younger brother, Michael...Father played one year of football at Minnesota State Moorhead before graduating from NDSU...Majoring in math education...Member of the NDSU math club...Was the Fargo-Moorhead Junior All-City medalist in 2008, Women’s All-City medalist in 2010, and Minnesota PGA Players Tour Series C Player of the Year in 2010. Low Low Low Low Low Made # Top Top Top Season Rnd Strks 72 54 36 18 Rnd Par Evnt 1 5 10 W-L Pct. Avg. 2011-12 25 2095 - 234 189 74 74 - 10 - 1 1 244-482 .336 83.80

2011-12 (Sophomore): Played in all 10 events with an 84.0 average over 25 rounds...Low round was 78 three times, including a tie for fourth place at the Concordia Cobber Open in the season-opener...Placed 48th at the Summit League championship with a 256...Named to the Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team and Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence...2010-11 (Freshman): Second on the team with an 80.6 average over 21 rounds...Low score was a 76 in the final round of the Xavier LPGA Invitational to complete her best tournament of the year...Shot three rounds in the 70s and finished 15-over in a tie for 15th place...Tied for 24th at the Summit League championship with a 245...Named to the National Golf Coaches Association All-America Scholar Team and Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic Team...High School: Graduated in 2010 from Tippecanoe High School in Tipp City, Ohio...Four-time all-conference performer...Averaged a 77 her senior year...Placed seventh at the Ohio Division 1 state tournament and made the All-Ohio second team...Part of the Division 2 state runner-up team in 2008...Finished 10th at the American Junior Golf Association’s 2009 Virginian Championship...Placed fourth at the 2009 PGA Junior Series event at Purdue won by NDSU’s Amy Anderson...Named to the Future Collegians World Tour All-American Academic Team...Also competed in basketball and bowling in high school...Personal: Born Feb. 19, 1992...Daughter of Scot and Deborah Swan of Tipp City, Ohio...Has an older sister, Nikki, who played four years of college golf for Oakland University and made three Top 20 finishes in The Summit League...NDSU’s first women’s golfer from Ohio and only the fourth not from the Dakotas or Minnesota since the program launched in 1996-97...Also considered attending Hartford and Evansville...Majoring in civil engineering, her mother’s profession...Member of the NDSU Society of Women Engineers and American Society of Civil Engineers. Low Low Low Low Low Made # Top Top Top Season Rnd Strks 72 54 36 18 Rnd Par Evnt 1 5 10 W-L Pct. Avg. 2010-11 21 1692 - 231 165 - 76 - 8 - - - 288-261 .525 80.57 2011-12 25 2099 - 242 173 78 78 - 10 - 1 1 273-453 .376 83.96 Totals 46 3791 - 231 165 78 76 - 18 - 1 1 561-714 .440 82.41

Cassie WURM Freshman Hudson, Wisconsin Hudson High School High School: Graduated in 2012 from Hudson High School...Three-time individual state qualifier and conference player of the year in 2009, 2010 and 2011... Placed eighth at the Class 2A state championship her junior year...Also participated in soccer and track...Personal: Born July 3, 1994...Daughter of Lloyd and Jill Wurm of Hudson, Wis...Majoring in business administration...Wisconsin’s junior match play champion in 2009...Has a younger sister, Lindsey...Father was a two-time All-America wrestler at North Dakota State from 1990-93 including a national championship at 134 pounds in 1992.

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WOMEN’S SEASON REVIEW 2011-12 Individual Statistics Low Tournaments Low Par/- # Finish Top To Player Rounds Strokes 72 54 36 18 Rnd Rnds Evnts 1 5 10 W-L W-L% Par Avg. Amy Anderson 28 2045 - 215 149 70 66 10 11 5 10 10 827-24 .972 +1 73.04 Rachel Roller 25 2021 - 227 166 79 70 1 10 - - 2 402-324 .554 +9 80.84 Abby Knutson 25 2055 - 234 174 81 73 - 10 - - - 351-375 .483 +10 82.20 Sarah Storandt 25 2095 - 234 189 74 74 - 10 - 1 1 244-482 .336 +12 83.80 Megan Swan 25 2099 - 242 173 78 78 - 10 - 1 1 273-453 .376 +12 83.96 Jenna Schulte 1 84 - - - 84 84 - 1 - - - 55-12 .821 +12 84.00 Cydney Hasselberg 12 1040 - 251 172 80 80 - 5 - - 1 145-229 .388 +15 86.67 Jackie Johnson 4 347 - 264 - 83 83 - 2 - - - 61-58 .513 +15 86.75 Emma Kusick 4 359 - 275 - 84 84 - 2 - - - 57-62 .479 +18 89.75 FOUR-PLAYER TEAM 25 7914 - 913 662 308 294 11 11 5 12 15 72-53 .576 +29 316.56

2011-12 Low Rounds Team low rounds (best 10) 1. +6 Summit League Championship (3rd round) 2. +18 Summit League Championship (1st round) 3. +19 Jackrabbit Invitational (3rd round) 4. +20 Concordia Cobber Open (1st round) 5. +21 Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational (2nd round) 6. +22 Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational (1st round) +22 Campbell Fighting Camel Classic (3rd round) +22 Islander Classic (2nd round) 9. +23 Jackrabbit Invitational (1st round) 10. +24 Cincinnati Spring Invitational (1st round) Player low rounds (best 20) 1. -6 Amy Anderson, Jackrabbit Invitational (3rd round) -5 Amy Anderson, Campbell Fighting Camel Classic (3rd round) 2. 3. -2 Amy Anderson, Xavier LPGA Invitational (1st round) -2 Amy Anderson, Islander Classic (2nd round) -2 Amy Anderson, Cincinnati Spring Invitational (1st round) -2 Amy Anderson, Summit League Championship (2nd round) -2 Rachel Roller, Summit League Championship (3rd round) 8. -1 Amy Anderson, NCAA West Regional (2nd round) 9. E Amy Anderson, Concordia Cobber Open (1st round) E Amy Anderson, Wisconsin Badger Invitational (1st round) E Amy Anderson, Summit League Championship (1st round) 12. +1 Amy Anderson, Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational (2nd rd) +1 Amy Anderson, Campbell Fighting Camel Classic (2nd rd) +1 Abby Knutson, Summit League Championship (3rd round) 15. +2 Sarah Storandt, Concordia Cobber Open (1st round) +2 Amy Anderson, Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational (1st rd) +2 Amy Anderson, Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational (3rd rd) +2 Amy Anderson, Wisconsin Badger Invitational (2nd round) +2 Amy Anderson, Cincinnati Spring Invitational (2nd round) +2 Amy Anderson, Creighton Golf Classic (1st round) +2 Amy Anderson, NCAA West Regional (3rd round)

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The Summit League in Review Women’s Championship Results

April 23-24, 2012 – Primm Valley Lakes Course, Primm, Nev. 1st 2nd 3rd Total 1. Oral Roberts 297 314 298 909 2. North Dakota State 306 313 294 913 3. Kansas City 308 309 299 916 308 312 300 920 4. Southern Utah 5. IUPUI 301 323 302 926 300 324 308 932 6. Western Illinois 7. Oakland 312 332 309 953 South Dakota 311 327 315 953 320 327 309 956 9. South Dakota State 10. Fort Wayne 316 319 328 963

Women’s Awards

All-Summit League First Team: Amy Anderson, NDSU; Taylor Fisher, UMKC; Monica Jung, SUU; Alheli Moreno, Crystal Reeves, ORU All-Summit League Second Team: Kylie Bolle nbach, Eve Santillan, ORU; Susan Kirschenman, UMKC; Kristi O’Brien, Jordan Woods, IUPUI Summit League All-Tournament Team: Amy Anderson, NDSU; Monica Jung, SUU; Alheli Moreno, Tiffany Robbins, ORU; Kristi Tschudin, WIU Championship MVP: Amy Anderson, NDSU Newcomer of the Championship: Monica Jung, SUU Coach of the Year: Lance Watson, ORU Golfer of the Year: Amy Anderson, NDSU

Season Scoring Leaders

Amy Anderson, NDSU.................. 73.04 Monica Jung, SUU......................... 75.86 Crystal Reeves, ORU...................... 76.78 Alheli Moreno, ORU...................... 76.81 Taylor Fisher, UMKC...................... 76.88 Kristi O’Brien, IUPUI...................... 76.96 Jordan Woods, IUPUI.................... 77.19 Liz Ecker, OU.................................... 77.57 Rachel Mulkey, UMKC.................. 78.04 Emily Isaacson, UMKC.................. 78.28

North Dakota State University GOLF


2011-12 Tournament Results 09/09/11 -- Concordia Cobber Open Wildflower -- Detroit Lakes, MN Par 72, 5825 yards -- 11 teams, 68 players Total Par Place North Dakota State 308 +20 1st Amy Anderson 72 E 1st Sarah Storandt 74 +2 2nd Megan Swan 78 +6 t-4th Rachel Roller 79 +7 7th Cydney Hasselberg 80 +8 t-8th Jackie Johnson 83 +11 t-11th Emma Kusick 84 +12 t-13th Jenna Schulte 84 +12 t-13th Abby Knutson 85 +13 t-17th 09/12/11 - 09/13/11 -- Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational Country Club of Lincoln -- Lincoln, NE Par 72, 6186 yards -- 15 teams, 81 players 1st 2nd 3rd Total Par Place North Dakota State 310 309 324 943 +79 6th Amy Anderson 74 73 74 221 +5 2nd Abby Knutson 76 80 84 240 +24 t-30th Rachel Roller 78 78 84 240 +24 t-30th Megan Swan 82 78 82 242 +26 t-35th Sarah Storandt 86 81 89 256 +40 t-66th Cydney Hasselberg# 87 94 85 266 +50 t-76th 09/25/11 - 09/26/11 -- Wisconsin Badger Invitational University Ridge -- Madison, WI Par 72, 6205 yards -- 10 teams, 53 players 1st 2nd 3rd Total Par Place North Dakota State 314 319 324 957 +93 8th 72 74 77 223 +7 3rd Amy Anderson Abby Knutson 85 83 77 245 +29 36th 81 82 83 246 +30 t-37th Sarah Storandt Rachel Roller 79 82 89 250 +34 t-40th Megan Swan 82 81 87 250 +34 t-40th 91 86 87 264 +48 t-49th Jackie Johnson# Emma Kusick# 85 93 97 275 +59 51st 10/07/11 -- Xavier LPGA Invitational LPGA International Legends Course -- Daytona Beach, FL Par 72, 6084 yards -- 13 teams, 72 players Total Par Place 318 +30 9th North Dakota State Amy Anderson 70 -2 1st Abby Knutson 81 +9 t-39th Rachel Roller 83 +11 t-51st Megan Swan 84 +12 t-54th 91 +19 69th Sarah Storandt 10/31/11 - 11/01/11 -- Campbell Fighting Camel Classic Keith Hills CC -- Buies Creek, NC Par 72, 6012 yards -- 12 teams, 70 players 1st 2nd 3rd Total Par Place North Dakota State 329 321 310 960 +96 6th Amy Anderson 75 73 67 215 -1 1st Rachel Roller 83 82 80 245 +29 t-37th 84 80 84 248 +32 42nd Megan Swan Cydney Hasselberg# 85 86 80 251 +35 t-49th Sarah Storandt 87 90 79 256 +40 56th Abby Knutson 90 86 86 262 +46 t-59th

02/27/12 - 02/28/12 -- Islander Classic Corpus Christi CC -- Corpus Christi, TX Par 72, 6093 yards -- 14 teams, 78 players 1st 2nd 3rd Total Par Place North Dakota State 333 310 314 957 +93 10th Amy Anderson 75 70 76 221 +5 3rd Rachel Roller 76 79 78 233 +17 t-23rd Abby Knutson 93 79 77 249 +33 t-54th Sarah Storandt 90 82 86 258 +42 t-64th Megan Swan 92 84 83 259 +43 t-68th 03/12/12 - 03/13/12 -- Jackrabbit Invitational Primm Valley Lakes -- Primm, NV Par 72, 6181 yards -- 14 teams, 78 players 1st 2nd 3rd Total Par Place North Dakota State 311 323 307 941 +77 4th Amy Anderson 75 76 66 217 +1 2nd Sarah Storandt 75 78 88 241 +25 t-22nd Abby Knutson 86 80 77 243 +27 t-28th Megan Swan 81 89 82 252 +36 t-48th Rachel Roller 80 92 82 254 +38 t-55th Cydney Hasselberg# 89 91 91 271 +55 70th 03/23/12 - 03/25/12 -- Cincinnati Spring Invitational Plantation Golf Resort -- Crystal River, FL Par 72, 6175 yards -- 19 teams, 104 players 1st 2nd 3rd Total Par Place North Dakota State 312 318 325 955 +91 13th Amy Anderson 70 74 75 219 +3 4th 77 80 85 242 +26 t-61st Abby Knutson Rachel Roller 82 81 81 244 +28 67th Sarah Storandt 83 83 84 250 +34 t-81st 85 85 87 257 +41 t-90th Megan Swan 04/16/12 - 04/17/12 -- Creighton Golf Classic Oak Hills CC -- Omaha, NE Par 72, 6080 yards -- 14 teams, 82 players 1st 2nd Total North Dakota State 348 314 662 74 75 149 Amy Anderson Rachel Roller 87 79 166 Cydney Hasselberg# 87 85 172 95 78 173 Megan Swan Abby Knutson 92 82 174 100 89 189 Sarah Storandt

Par Place +86 4th +5 1st +22 t-16th +28 t-31st +29 t-34th +30 t-39th +45 t-73rd

04/23/12 - 04/24/12 -- Summit League Championship Primm Valley Lakes -- Primm, NV Par 72, 6287 yards -- 10 teams, 50 players 1st 2nd 3rd Total Par Place North Dakota State 306 313 294 913 +49 2nd Amy Anderson 72 70 76 218 +2 1st Rachel Roller 76 81 70 227 +11 t-8th Abby Knutson 82 79 73 234 +18 t-22nd Sarah Storandt 76 83 75 234 +18 t-22nd Megan Swan 84 84 88 256 +40 48th 05/10/12 - 05/12/12 -- NCAA West Regional Colorado National -- Erie, CO Par 72, 6575 yards -- 24 teams, 126 players 1st 2nd 3rd Total Par Place Amy Anderson# 75 71 74 220 +4 t-16th

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WOMEN’S SEASON REVIEW 2011-12 Individual Results Amy Anderson

Jenna Schulte

Tournament Rounds Scores Par Rank W-L Concordia Cobber Open 1 72 E 1st/68 67-0 3 74-73-74=221 +5 2nd/81 79-1 Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational Wisconsin Badger Invitational 3 72-74-77=223 +7 3rd/53 50-2 1 70 -2 1st/72 71-0 Xavier LPGA Invitational Campbell Fighting Camel Classic 3 75-73-67=215 -1 1st/70 69-0 Islander Classic 3 75-70-76=221 +5 3rd/78 75-2 3 75-76-66=217 +1 2nd/78 76-1 Jackrabbit Invitational Cincinnati Spring Invitational 3 70-74-75=219 +3 4th/104 100-3 2 74-75=149 +5 1st/82 81-0 Creighton Golf Classic Summit League Championship 3 72-70-76=218 +2 1st/50 49-0 NCAA West Regional 3 75-71-74=220 +4 t16th/126 110-15 28 2045 Avg. 73.04 +1 - 827-24 SEASON TOTALS

Tournament Concordia Cobber Open

Cydney Hasselberg Tournament Rounds Scores Concordia Cobber Open 1 80 3 87-94-85=266 Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational Campbell Fighting Camel Classic 3 85-86-80=251 Jackrabbit Invitational 3 89-91-91=271 Creighton Golf Classic 2 87-85=172 SEASON TOTALS 12 1040 Avg. 86.67

Par Rank W-L +8 t8th/68 60-7 +50 t76th/81 5-75 +35 t49th/70 21-48 +55 70th/78 8-69 +28 t31st/82 51-30 +15 - 145-229

Jackie Johnson Tournament Concordia Cobber Open Wisconsin Badger Invitational SEASON TOTALS

Rounds Scores Par Rank W-L 1 83 +11 t11th/68 57-10 3 91-86-87=264 +48 t49th/53 4-48 4 347 Avg. 86.75 +15 - 61-58

Abby Knutson Tournament Rounds Scores Concordia Cobber Open 1 85 Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational 3 76-80-84=240 Wisconsin Badger Invitational 3 85-83-77=245 Xavier LPGA Invitational 1 81 Campbell Fighting Camel Classic 3 90-86-86=262 Islander Classic 3 93-79-77=249 Jackrabbit Invitational 3 86-80-77=243 Cincinnati Spring Invitational 3 77-80-85=242 Creighton Golf Classic 2 92-82=174 Summit League Championship 3 82-79-73=234 SEASON TOTALS 25 2055 Avg. 82.20

Par +13 +24 +29 +9 +46 +33 +27 +26 +30 +18 +10

Rounds Scores 1 84

Par Rank W-L +12 t13th/68 55-12

Sarah Storandt Tournament Rounds Scores Concordia Cobber Open 1 74 3 86-81-89=256 Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational Wisconsin Badger Invitational 3 81-82-83=246 1 91 Xavier LPGA Invitational Campbell Fighting Camel Classic 3 87-90-79=256 Islander Classic 3 90-82-86=258 3 75-78-88=241 Jackrabbit Invitational Cincinnati Spring Invitational 3 83-83-84=250 2 100-89=189 Creighton Golf Classic Summit League Championship 3 76-83-75=234 SEASON TOTALS 25 2095 Avg. 83.80

Par +2 +40 +30 +19 +40 +42 +25 +34 +45 +18 +12

Rank W-L 2nd/68 66-1 t66th/81 15-65 t37th/53 16-36 69th/72 3-68 56th/70 14-55 t64th/78 14-63 t22nd/78 56-21 t81st/104 23-80 t73rd/82 9-72 t22nd/50 28-21 - 244-482

Par +6 +26 +34 +12 +32 +43 +36 +41 +29 +40 +12

Rank W-L t4th/68 64-3 t35th/81 46-34 t40th/53 13-39 t54th/72 18-53 42nd/70 28-41 t68th/78 10-67 t48th/78 30-47 t90th/104 14-89 t34th/82 48-33 48th/50 2-47 - 273-453

Megan Swan Tournament Rounds Scores Concordia Cobber Open 1 78 Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational 3 82-78-82=242 Wisconsin Badger Invitational 3 82-81-87=250 Xavier LPGA Invitational 1 84 Campbell Fighting Camel Classic 3 84-80-84=248 Islander Classic 3 92-84-83=259 Jackrabbit Invitational 3 81-89-82=252 Cincinnati Spring Invitational 3 85-85-87=257 Creighton Golf Classic 2 95-78=173 Summit League Championship 3 84-84-88=256 SEASON TOTALS 25 2099 Avg. 83.96

Rank W-L t17th/68 51-16 t30th/81 51-29 36th/53 17-35 t39th/72 33-38 t59th/70 11-58 t54th/78 24-53 t28th/78 50-27 t61st/104 43-60 t39th/82 43-38 t22nd/50 28-21 - 351-375

Emma Kusick Tournament Rounds Scores Par Rank W-L Concordia Cobber Open 1 84 +12 t13th/68 55-12 Wisconsin Badger Invitational 3 85-93-97=275 +59 51st/53 2-50 SEASON TOTALS 4 359 Avg. 89.75 +18 - 57-62

Rachel Roller

Tournament Rounds Scores Par Rank W-L Concordia Cobber Open 1 79 +7 7th/68 61-6 Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational 3 78-78-84=240 +24 t30th/81 51-29 Wisconsin Badger Invitational 3 79-82-89=250 +34 t40th/53 13-39 Xavier LPGA Invitational 1 83 +11 t51st/72 21-50 Campbell Fighting Camel Classic 3 83-82-80=245 +29 t37th/70 33-36 Islander Classic 3 76-79-78=233 +17 t23rd/78 55-22 Jackrabbit Invitational 3 80-92-82=254 +38 t55th/78 23-54 Cincinnati Spring Invitational 3 82-81-81=244 +28 67th/104 37-66 Creighton Golf Classic 2 87-79=166 +22 t16th/82 66-15 Summit League Championship 3 76-81-70=227 +11 t8th/50 42-7 SEASON TOTALS 25 2021 Avg. 80.84 +9 - 402-324

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North Dakota State’s Amy Anderson led The Summit League for the third straight season with a 73.04 scoring average and was named the league’s Golfer of the Year for the third time.

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WOMEN’S RECORDS Individual Lowest 18-Hole Round

66, Amy Anderson, Jackrabbit Invitational, 3/13/2012 67, Amy Anderson, Campbell Fighting Camel Classic, 11/1/2011 68, Amy Anderson, Jackrabbit Invitational, 3/15/2011 69, Amy Anderson, Creighton Golf Classic, 4/12/2011 69, Amy Anderson, Cincinnati Spring Invitational, 3/27/2011 69, Amy Anderson, Drake Monterey Invitational, 3/19/2010 69, Amy Anderson, Jackrabbit Invitational, 3/16/2010 69, Amy Anderson, Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational, 9/15/2009 69, Amy Anderson, Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational, 9/14/2009 70, Rachel Roller, Summit League Championship, 4/24/2012 70, Amy Anderson, Summit League Championship, 4/23/2012 70, Amy Anderson, Cincinnati Spring Invitational, 3/23/2012 70, Amy Anderson, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islander Classic, 2/27/2012 70, Amy Anderson, Xavier LPGA Invitational, 10/7/2011 70, Amy Anderson, NCAA Championship, 5/20/2011 70, Amy Anderson, Summit League Championship, 4/19/2011 70, Amy Anderson, Iowa Hawkeye Invitational (3rd), 9/19/2010 70, Amy Anderson, Iowa Hawkeye Invitational (2nd), 9/19/2010 70, Amy Anderson, Northern Arizona Mountain Shootout, 9/22/2009

Individual Lowest 36-Hole Tournament

144, Amy Anderson, Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational, 9/14/2010 144, Amy Anderson, Northern Arizona Mountain Shootout, 9/22/2009 147, Amy Anderson, Creighton Golf Classic, 4/12/2011 147, Amanda Miller, San Diego State Aztec Fall Classic, 10/14/2008 149, Amy Anderson, Creighton Golf Classic, 4/17/2012 149, Amy Anderson, Creighton Golf Classic, 4/13/2010 151, Amy Anderson, Northern Arizona Red Rocks Invitational, 2/28/2010 153, Amy Anderson, Wichita State Shocker Invitational, 10/20/2009 153, Kelly Weisgarber, Northern Illinois Huskie Classic, 10/2/2006 153, Amanda Miller, Northern Illinois Snowbird, 3/16/2006

Individual Lowest 54-Hole Tournament

210, Amy Anderson, Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational, 9/15/2009 213, Amy Anderson, Jackrabbit Invitational, 3/15/2011 214, Amy Anderson, Cincinnati Spring Invitational, 3/27/2011 214, Amy Anderson, Iowa Hawkeye Invitational, 9/19/2010 215, Amy Anderson, Campbell Fighting Camel Classic, 11/1/2011 217, Amy Anderson, Jackrabbit Invitational, 3/13/2012 217, Amy Anderson, Drake Monterey Invitational, 3/20/2010 218, Amy Anderson, Summit League Championship, 4/24/2012 219, Amy Anderson, Cincinnati Spring Invitational, 3/25/2012 219, Amy Anderson, Summit League Championship, 4/19/2011 219, Amy Anderson, Jackrabbit Invitational, 3/16/2010

Best Scoring Average

Season (minimum 10 rounds) 73.04, Amy Anderson, 2011-12 73.10, Amy Anderson, 2010-11 73.96, Amy Anderson, 2009-10 79.14, Jenna Buckwalter, 2008-09 79.55, Jenna Buckwalter, 2007-08 80.32, Kelly Weisgarber, 2006-07 80.57, Megan Swan, 2010-11 80.83, Amanda Miller, 2005-06 80.84, Rachel Roller, 2011-12 82.09, Chelsey Wongjirad, 2007-08

Best Won-Lost Percentage Season (minimum 10 rounds) .972, Amy Anderson, 2011-12 .962, Amy Anderson, 2009-10 .948, Amy Anderson, 2010-11 .923, Nikki Danielson, 2000-01 .879, Nikki Danielson, 2001-02 .867, Jenna Buckwalter, 2008-09 .850, Jessica Monson, 2001-02 .839, Jessica Monson, 2002-03 .811, Nikki Danielson, 1999-00 .763, Nikki Danielson, 2002-03

Career (minimum 30 rounds) 73.35, Amy Anderson, 2009-12 82.17, Jenna Buckwalter, 2005-09 82.41, Megan Swan, 2010-12 82.55, Chelsey Wongjirad, 2006-09 82.56, Amanda Miller, 2005-09 82.83, Rachel Roller, 2008-12 83.50, Briena Kappes, 2004-06 83.58, Jessica Monson, 2001-03 83.80, Abby Knutson, 2010-12 84.19, Nikki Danielson, 1999-03

Career (minimum 30 rounds) .960, Amy Anderson, 2009-12 .844, Jessica Monson, 2001-03 .843, Nikki Danielson, 1999-03 .608, Sarah Bogenschutz, 1998-02 .576, Jenna Buckwalter, 2005-09 .548, Erin Ditty, 1997-01 .538, Chelsey Wongjirad, 2006-09 .500, Amanda Miller, 2005-09 .465, Briena Kappes, 2004-06 .458, Linda Rise, 1996-00

Team Lowest 18-Hole Round

294, Summit League Championship, 4/24/2012 302, Summit League Championship, 4/19/2011 305, Jackrabbit Invitational, 3/15/2011 306, Summit League Championship, 4/23/2012 306, Wisconsin Badger Invitational, 9/27/2010 307, Jackrabbit Invitational, 3/13/2012 307, Gonzaga Inland Empire Intercollegiate, 9/26/2006 308, San Diego State Aztec Fall Classic, 10/13/2008 309, Wisconsin Badger Invitational, 9/26/2010 310, Iowa Hawkeye Invitational, 9/19/2010

Team Lowest 36-Hole Tournament

619, San Diego State Aztec Fall Classic, 10/14/2008 626, Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational, 9/14/2010 630, Concordia Invitational, 9/7/2008 637, Red River Invitational, 9/28/2008 639, Northern Arizona Mountain Shootout, 9/22/2009 641, Northern Illinois Huskie Classic, 10/2/2006 644, Concordia Invitational, 9/10/2006 649, Northern Illinois Snowbird, 3/16/2006 654, Centenary Invitational, 2/24/2008 656, Northern Illinois Springlake Invitational, 3/8/2008

Team Lowest 54-Hole Tournament

913, Summit League Championship, 4/24/2012 927, Jackrabbit Invitational, 3/15/2011 934, Wisconsin Badger Invitational, 9/27/2010 937, Gonzaga Inland Empire Intercollegiate, 9/26/2006 939, Iowa Hawkeye Invitational, 9/19/2010 941, Jackrabbit Invitational, 3/13/2012 943, Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational, 9/13/2011 946, Cincinnati Spring Invitational, 3/27/2011 947, Summit League Championship, 4/19/2011 956, Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational, 9/15/2009

Best Four-Player Team Scoring Average Season 316.56, 2011-12 317.46, 2010-11 328.71, 2008-09 328.74, 2006-07 328.92, 2009-10 329.17, 2005-06 329.86, 2007-08 338.11, 2004-05 345.39, 2001-02 351.08, 2000-01

Best Four-Player Team Won-Lost Percentage Season .652, 2001-02 .582, 2000-01 .576, 2011-12 .469, 2008-09 .400, 2004-05 .392, 1999-00 .389, 2006-07 .375, 2010-11 .327, 2009-10 .319, 2007-08

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THE SUMMIT LEAGUE “Ascending” and “improving” are common adjectives used in media coverage of The Summit League as it continues its renaissance. Consisting of nine member institutions with over 3,000 student-athletes competing in 19 championship sports, The Summit League has enjoyed unprecedented success and development in recent history. Since rebranding as The Summit League in 2007, the league has produced 54 All-Americans, 37 Capital One Academic All-America® selections and seven NCAA championships. In the past seven seasons, Summit League teams have achieved final national rankings in six different sports, won NCAA regional championships in two sports and advanced in three additional NCAA team championship tournaments. That level of success carries into both the classroom and athletic competition. Originally formed in 1982 as the Association of Mid-Continent Universities and later known as the Mid-Continent Conference, The Summit League is in its sixth year of rebranding that followed its 25th anniversary and coincided with the Summit Plan, a strategic plan that places a renewed emphasis on improving the academic and athletic performances of all league student-athletes. The Summit League has a combined enrollment of more than 144,000 at nine universities: IPFW (Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne), IUPUI (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis), UMKC (University of Missouri-Kansas City), the University of Nebraska Omaha, North Dakota State University, Oakland University, University of South Dakota, South Dakota State University, and Western Illinois University. The league has two associate members with Eastern Illinois University competing in swimming and diving and Oral Roberts University competing in men’s soccer. These member institutions pride themselves on providing quality athletic, academic and social experiences for their student-athletes. The Summit League sponsors 19 championship sports, which include: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s indoor track and field, men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, men’s and women’s tennis, and volleyball. The league champion receives automatic bids to the NCAA tournament in all applicable sports. Since its inception in 1982, The Summit League has had several transcendent moments on the national stage. In 1986, Cleveland State upset thirdseeded Indiana in the first round of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament on its way to the Sweet 16. Valparaiso captured the nation’s attention when Bryce

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Tom Douple Commissioner

Commissioner.............................................Tom Douple Sr. Assoc. Commissioner..............................Myndee Kay Larsen Assoc. Commissioner/Admin. Services........Angie Torain Asst. Commissioner/Compliance.................Matthew Boyer Asst. Commissioner/Communications.........David Brauer Director of Marketing..................................Vanessa Quimpo Assoc. Director of Communications.............Greg Mette Asst. Director of Communications...............Stephanie Sabaduquia Office Manager...........................................Colleen Rott

Drew hit “the shot” to defeat No. 4 seed Mississippi in an NCAA first-round game and spark its 1998 Sweet 16 run. More recently, the Oral Roberts baseball program finished the 2004 campaign nationally ranked and became the first Summit League school to reach the NCAA Super Regionals in 2006. Three years later, North Dakota State became the league’s first softball team to win an NCAA regional and advance to the Super Regional round. The league has produced nine NCAA champions, four Olympic medalists, and several All-Americans in the sports of track and field, swimming and diving, and cross country. Numerous professionals and several draft choices have come directly from The Summit League, including three Major League Baseball first-round picks, a pair of NBA first-rounders and one WNBA selection. Former Summit Leaguers Kevin Duckworth (NBA) and Kevin Seitzer (MLB) each were two-time all-stars during their professional careers. Recent and historical success coupled with an increased growth among its membership base gives The Summit League a promising future on the landscape of college athletics.

Membership At A Glance FORT WAYNE

IUPUI

KANSAS CITY

NORTH DAKOTA STATE

OMAHA

SOUTH DAKOTA

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE

WESTERN ILLINOIS

Nickname: Mastodons Location: Fort Wayne, Ind. Enrollment: 14,326 Founded: 1964 Member Since: 2007-08

Nickname: Mavericks Location: Omaha, Neb. Enrollment: 15,448 Founded: 1908 Member Since: 2012-13

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Nickname: Jaguars Location: Indianapolis, Ind. Enrollment: 30,530 Founded: 1969 Member Since: 1998-99

Nickname: Coyotes Location: Vermillion, S.D. Enrollment: 9,970 Founded: 1862 Member Since: 2011-12

Nickname: Kangaroos Location: Kansas City, Mo. Enrollment: 15,492 Founded: 1933 Member Since: 1994-95

Nickname: Jackrabbits Location: Brookings, S.D. Enrollment: 12,725 Founded: 1881 Member Since: 2007-08

Nickname: Bison Location: Fargo, N.D. Enrollment: 14,443 Founded: 1890 Member Since: 2007-08

Nickname: Fighting Leathernecks Location: Macomb, Ill. Enrollment: 12,554 Founded: 1899 Member Since: 1982-83

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OAKLAND

Nickname: Golden Grizzlies Location: Rochester, Mich. Enrollment: 19,379 Founded: 1957 Member Since: 1998-99


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2012-13 NDSU GOLF SCHEDULES MEN’S SCHEDULE

WOMEN’S SCHEDULE

Sept. 8-9

at Navy

Sept. 7

at Concordia Cobber Open

Sept. 17-18

ERV KAISER INVITATIONAL

Sept. 8-9

at Concordia Invitational

Sept. 30-Oct. 1

at South Dakota State

Sept. 10-11

at Nebraska

Oct. 8-9

at Sam Houston State

Sept. 24-25

at Kansas

Oct. 15-16

at Kansas City

Sept. 30-Oct. 1

at South Dakota State

Feb. 25-26

QUINTERO INVITATIONAL

Oct. 30-31

at Hawaii

Mar. 11-12

at South Dakota State

Feb. 25-26

at UC Irvine

Mar. 29-30

at Western Illinois

Mar. 11-12

at South Dakota State

Apr. 22-23

at Summit League Championship

Mar. 22-24

at Cincinnati

Apr. 27-28

at Dakota Cup

Apr. 15-16

at Creighton

Apr. 22-23

at Summit League Championship

Apr. 27-28

at Dakota Cup


2012-13 North Dakota State Golf Media Guide