More collegiate athletes in action to enter May

Will Danielson has concluded his spring golf season at Milsaps College. (Photo/

Will Danielson wrapped up his sophomore season at Milsaps College on the weekend competing at the SAA Conference Championship in Dickson, Tenn. at the Greystone Golf Club.

The Saskatoon product posted rounds of 75, 77, and 78 for a 54-hole total of 230, that left Danielson in a tie for 32nd with teammate Andrew Lovejoy.

The Majors ended their season with an eighth place finish in the team rankings.

Chaplin, Sask. student-athlete Holly Knudsen concluded her junior season at Minot State University on the weekend as well. The Beavers were in Smithville, Mo. for the NSIC Championship at Paradise Pointe Golf Complex – The Outlaw course from April 28 to 30.

Knudsen carded rounds of 83, 89, and 90 to finish at 262, good enough for a tie in 36th place.

The team wrapped up the spring season with a ninth place finish out of 13 schools.

Waldorf University and Caden Loeppky of Saskatoon were in Bellevue, N.E. on May 1 and 2 for the NSAA Championship at the Platteview Golf Club. The freshman Warrior posted rounds of 87 and 89 to finish the two-day, 36-hole event at 32-over par, he was tied for 18th.

As a team Waldorf was third out of six schools. Their spring season is now over.

More regional events will occur beginning May 11. Schools featuring Jace Carlisle, TJ Baker, Chase Gedak, Luke Cote, Will Blake, Alex Swinnerton, Guillermo Salazar, Noah Kozak, and Cole Obrigewitsch are all scheduled to compete in regional events across the United States next week.

Regina’s Alex Schmidt will learn on May 4 if the Lewis-Clark State Warriors will get a spot in nationals.