Light college schedule for locals in America

Saskatoon's Connor Scissons' college career is winding down with Arizona Christian University. (Photo -

The college golf news for Saskatchewan players has been trending with a string of recent commitments to U.S. schools, but there was also three players in action this week.

Saskatoon’s Connor Scissons is wrapping up his solid college career at Arizona Christian University (ACU) this spring. Scissons and the Firestorm were in Ventura CA. for the Warrior Invitational on Feb. 27 and 28. Scissons carded rounds of 77 and 71 to finish in a tie for 13th, his play helped the team tie for second in the event held at Olivas Links.

ACU placed fifth at their opening event of the spring season in late January. Next up for the Firestorm is the Embry Riddle Spring Invite in Riddle, AZ. on March 20 and 21.

Milsaps College sophomore Will Danielson of Saskatoon opened his spring season on Feb. 27 – 28 at Clubs of Kingwood Forest in Forest, TX. The Majors finished in seventh place in the event. Danielson fired rounds of 78 and 80, he was tied for 34th at 14-over-par.

They will head to Bossier, LA. for the Hal Sutton Invitational on April 3 – 4.

Meanwhile two former junior college teammates in Reedley, CA., Noah Kozack or Regina and Cole Obrigewitsch of Deer Valley were back on the same course competing for separate Div. II schools.

Obrigewitsch is in his first year with California State University San Bernardino while Kozack has joined the California State Monterey Bay Otters program.

Both schools were in Laquinta, CA. from Feb. 27 to March 1 for the Desert Invitational at PGA West Mountain Course for the Battle in the Desert. Obrigewitsch tied for 49th place at +11, 227 (76, 76, 75) while Kozack went 77, 77, 81 for a 54-hole total of 235, he was 71st.

The Otters were third in the team standings, Obrigewitsch’s results helped the Coyotes finish with the silver medal.

Next up for the Kozack is the Desert Classic in Las Vagas, NV. on March 6 to 8, the Coyotes travel to Oakland, CA. for the Tim Tierney Pioneer Shootout at the Corica Park Golf Club on March 13 and 14.

Many more students will be on the course beginning March 6. For more information on Saskatchewan’s student athletes click here.