More college athletes on the course this week south of the border

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Autumn Neiszner of Regina competed in her first event of the spring season at the Keiser Cup hosted by her school, Keiser University. The Wascana Country Club member was competing as an individual in the event hosted at Okeeheelee Golf Course in West Palm Beach, Flo. She carded rounds of 80, 86, and 85 to finish in 34th place.

Neiszner’s teammates took the team championship in large part because Keiser’s Hoi Ki Lau won the event held from March 3 to 5. The Seahawks next event is the Buccaneer Invitational on March 18 and 19 in Miami Lakes. Flo. at Miami Shores Country Club.

Symone Ripley was in Henderson, Nev. on March 5 and 6 for the RMC Intercollegiate at Reflection Bay Golf Club alongside the University of British Columbia Okanogan (UBCO) Heat. The Saskatoon product was 40th after rounds of 91, 96, and 96. The Heat were third as a team.

UBCO will travel to Victoria for the Vikes Spring Shootout on March 18 and 19.

Max Regier of Saskatoon was also at Reflection Bay competing for the UNBO men’s team at the RMC Intercollegiate. The Riverside Country Club member tied for 25th, second on the team with a score of 231 (73,81,77). The Heat were eighth overall in the team competition.

Their next action is also the Vikes Spring Shootout.

In Las Vegas, Nev. at Boulder Creek Golf Club Cole Obrigewitsch of Deer Valley was in the field of 100 players tying for 66th with scores of 74, 78, and 73. Obrigewitch helped the CSU San Bernardino place tied for sixth in the team competition that featured 20 schools on March 3 to 5.

On March 25 the Coyotes will be in Turlock, Cal. for the 49th annual Harry Stanislaus Invitational at the Turlock Golf and Country Club.

Carter Bell of Saskatoon was on the course this week as well in Pleasanton, Cal. for the Nighthawk Invitational competing with Dominican University of California. The Penguins were sixth as a team, Bell was 45th overall with a 36-hole score of 158 after rounds of 78 and 80.

The Tim Tierney Pioneer Shootout is next for Bell and his teammates on March 11 and 12 in Alameda, Cal. at the Corica Park Golf Course.

Prince Albert’s TJ Baker battled an injury at his event and was only able to play two of three rounds at the Hardscrabble Invitational in Fort Smiith, Tex. Baker shot 81 in round one, missed the second round and shot 80 in the third and final round at the Hardscrabble Country Club on March 3 and 4. He helped the University of Arkansas – Monticello Weevils to an eighth place finish at the event.

Next up for Baker and the Weevils will be the Men’s Arkansas Collegiate in El Dorado, Ar. Hosted by the Muleriders with Regina’s Will Blake and Luke Cote hopefully in the field at Mystic Creek Golf Club on March 25 and 26.

Lastly, in Sugar Land, Tex. Chase Pochylko and Tommy Danielson were in action for Nicholls University at the Colin Montgomerie-HCU Invitational at the Pecan-Sweetwater Country Club on March 4 and 5.

Pochylko tied for 20th at minus-1 thanks to a sparkling 67 in the final round, he carded an opening round 75 and 73 in round two to finish at 215.

Danielson tied for 49th place at 222 after posting rounds of 71, 74, and 77.

The Colonels were 13th in the team event led by Pochylko and will now hit the road to Kinder, Lou. for the Koasati Pines Intercollegiate on April 8.