Regina’s Alex Schmidt continues to be in the hunt for her first college golf win.
The Lewis-Clark State College senior placed third on Tuesday at the Warrior Invitational in Lewiston, Idaho. Schmidt shot 74 and 73 helping the team to also finish in third place at the two-day event.
Next up for Lewis-Clark is the George Fox Invitational in Canby, Oregon on Oct. 2 and 3.
Holly Knudsen and the Minot State University Beavers were in action this week at the Watkins Invitational hosted by Winona State on Sept. 27 and 28.
The Chaplin product finished in a tie for 14th at 167 (83, 84). As a team MSU placed sixth overall. The event was the schools last scheduled event of the Fall season.
Saskatoon’s Will Danielson made his college debut this week for Milsaps College.
The Majors were in Georgia to compete in the Royal Lakes Fall Invitational on Sept. 27 and 28. Danielson fired rounds of 79 and 80 to finish at 15-over and tied for 71st.
As a team the Majors were 13th out of 18 squads.
The team will travel to the Black Bear Golf Club in Delhi, Louisiana to face Centenary College in a match play event on Oct. 7.
Brody Istace and the Columbia International University Rams were in Anderson, South Carolina to play in the Bruins Golf Classic on Sept. 27 and 28.
The Kindersley born golfer shot 78 in round one and 85 in the second round. He tied for 25th at 19-over par. The Rams “A” team that Istace competed on placed fourth in the team standings.
Next up for CIU is the SAU Fall Invitational at the Deercroft Golf and Country Club in Wagram, North Carolina on Oct. 4 and 5.
Roman Timmerman led his Southern Arkansas University teammates into the MSSU Men’s Fall Invitational this week in Monkey Island, Oklahoma.
The Saskatoon product finished tied for 29th at the 54-hole event hosted at the Shangri-La Country Club. He shot rounds of 72, 77, and 74. The Muleriders team was fifth overall as a club.
Their next tournament is the Battle for the Belt at the Hot Springs Country Club. That begins on Oct. 4.
Caden Loeppky of Saskatoon and the Waldorf University Warriors competed in two one day events this week. On Sunday, Sept. 26 in Albert Lea, Minnesota the team played at the Wedgewood Cove Golf Club. Loeppky shot two-over, 74, good enough for a tie for 20th overall at the Waldorf University Invite. The Warriors were seventh overall as team in the 12-school field.
On Monday, Sept. 27 the scene shifted to the Rice Lake Golf and Country Club in Lake Mills, Indiana for the Waldorf Challenge. Loeppky shot six-over, 77, landing him in a tie for 21st place.
The team was fourth of eight in that competition. Their next action is the Grandview Invitational in Ankeny, Indiana on Oct. 18 and 19.
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