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October 2-3, 1999 MIAC Women's Golf Championship,
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The Teams:
Concordia | St. Benedict | Gustavus | St. Thomas | St. Olaf | Macalester | St. Mary's | Carleton |
See also 10/8 The Concordian: Women's golf captures fifth straight MIAC title | Bonnie Dahl, The Concordian

Cobbers capture 5th consecutive MIAC Title, St. Thomas' Kris Paulson is Medalist
Concordia's
Kari Weidner
Sr. Fargo, 
placed second at MIAC Championship

10/3/99
Concordia won its 5th consecutive MIAC Women's Golf Championship today at Oxbow Country Club south of Fargo. The Cobbers held on to the 11 shot lead they built Saturday by shooting a 338 today for a 671 total.  St. Benedict, in second place heading into the day, matched the Cobbers' 338 to finish in the runner-up spot.  Gustavus shot 333 to finished third at 690. St. Thomas posted a 227, the best round of the day, and finished fourth at 691.

St. Thomas' Kris Paulson claimed medalist honors after firing a 76 today, the best round of the tournament. Her 162 two-day total tied Concordia's Kari Weidner for low score. Paulson was named the medalist based on a predetermined scorecard playoff criteria.

10/3 Final Scores after two daysat Oxbow CC, par 73,  5817 yards

Team Scores
Concordia    333 338 671
St. Benedict 344 338 682
Gustavus     357 333 690
St. Thomas   364 327 691
St. Olaf     389 358 746
Macalester   392 374 766
St. Mary's   429 423 872
Carleton     inc

Individual Leaders Top 10 Earn All-MIAC Honors
Kris Paulson      86 76 162 St. Thomas Medalist *
Kari Weidner      82 80 162 Concordia
Christie Strecker 77 86 163 Concordia
Alicia Golembeski 87 77 164 Gustavus
Becky Cole        85 80 165 St. Benedict
Jen Kovash        84 82 166 Concordia
Sarah Hageman     85 86 171 St. Benedict
Katie Reiman      87 85 172 Gustavus
Heather Schmidt   85 87 172 St. Benedict
Monica Milbert    89 85 174 St. Benedict
* Won on scorecard playoff
 

Concordia        333 338 671
Kari Weidner      82  80 162
Christie Strecker 77  86 163
Jen Kovash        84  82 166
Amber Severson    91  90 181
Maria Amlen       90  93 183
Tanya Ulven       91  95 186

St. Benedict   344 338 682
Becky Cole      85  80 165
Sarah Hageman   85  86 171
Heather Schmidt 85  87 172
Monica Milbert  89  85 174
Jana Cullen     98  92 190

Gustavus         357 333 690
Alicia Golembeski 87  77 164
Katie Reiman      87  85 172
Sarah O’Donnell   91  87 178
Molly Grisham     93  90 183
Heidi Miller      92  91 183
Gena Fox         102  84 186

St. Thomas     364 327 691
Kris Paulson    86  76 162
Jodi Pollard    91  87 178
Katie Sweeney   92  86 178
Tricia Gavin    97  86 183
Katie Severson  95  89 184
Abby Owen     *129  79 208
(* The 129 was the result of
signing an incorrect score card)

St. Olaf          389 358 746
Christina Ley      93  89 182
Tracy Nygaard      97  87 184
Jenny Moore        97  92 189
Liv Anda Knattrud 102  90 192
Emily Koehler     101 104 205

Macalester       392 374 766
Amanda Slaughter  90  88 178
Erin Phillips     93  89 182
Gabriel Hernan   101  89 190
Carolyn Kilberg  108 108 216

St. Mary's         429 423 872
Kristin Klimmek     98 98  196
Robyn LaVoie       107 100 207
Caitlain Wondergem 127 106 223
KristiJo Sanders   117 119 246

Carleton (Inc)
Katie Berg    110 103 213
Maggie Patton 133 140 273



 


Quick Preview:
Jenni Kovash
Concordia's 
Jenni Kovash ,
1998 MIAC Medalist,

Concordia will be going after its eighth MIAC title in nine years when the two day MIAC women's Golf Championship gets underway Saturday at Oxbow Country Club south of Fargo. Concordia has won the last four MIAC titles.

This year's MIAC Championship includes three teams ranked in the top ten in the nation in a September poll. Concordia was ranked No. 3, followed by Gustavus at No. 5 and St. Benedict at No. 8.  The Gusties pulled off a mild upset of the Cobbers last Friday at the 1-day Gustavus Classic in Mankato but the Cobbers came back to best Gustavus in the weekend Gustavus Invite.  St. Thomas, Gustavus and St. Ben's have all taken turns beating each other so far this fall and a much improved St. Olaf team has been in shouting distance of the league's best all fall.

Last year's MIAC Medalist, Concordia's Jenni Kovash, returns to defend her title. She set a tournament record last year with a two day total of 152, eight shots better than the previous record and five shots better than runner-up Heather Schmidt of St. Benedict.
 
 
 



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                                           Other points of Interest for coaches
                                                  Oct.2nd and 3rd

1) Tee Times for Sunday will be in waves starting at 9:00 AM if there is
no frost. Individuals as well as the teams in 4th, 5th and 6th place
from Sat. will tee off first. Followed by the top 3 teams in descending
order. (6,5,4,3,2,1)

2) The entry fee is $25 per person, which will be reimbursed by the MIAC
office when you submit a request to them with a receipt from the
tournament. (Nice, huh?) This can only be for the green fees.

3) For awards there will be certificates for all-conference that is the
top 10 players plus ties. Plus the Championship trophy from the league
and medals for the individuals on the team that wins the title. Also a
medalist plague will be presented to the player having the lowest score
in the meet. In case of a tie for the medalist spot we will use the
score card to determine the champion starting with the back 9 total. If
still a tie then the total of the last 6 holes, then the last 3 holes
and then the toughest handicap hole to the easiest. If the team title is
tied, we will use the 5th player score, then the 6th to crown the
champs. If those are tied , we will have co-champions.

4) Saturday night at 9 o'clock at the Hampton Inn we will have a short
MIAC coaches meeting to cover official business that the league needs.

5)  Players must wear collared shirts and jeans may not be worn at this
club. Thank you.



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                                                                    MIAC
GOLF MEET
                                                  OXBOW COUNTRY CLUB
                                                            CLUB RULES
 
 
 

· USGA RULES WILL GOVERN PLAY EXCEPT WERE LOCAL RULES PREVAIL.
 

· Winter rules in your own fairway and you move the ball with the
clubhead no more than 12" no closer to the hole.
 

· Water Hazards: Defined by Yellow Stakes or lines: ( #15,#18 which you
can use the ball drop areas) Lateral  Hazards : They are defined by red
stakes or red lines.

· Out Of Bounds: Defined by the inside edge of the white stakes on holes
#'s 1,2,6,7,10,11,14,16 and18. On 18 the stakes left of the trap from
the water to the top of the hill by the clubhouse are OB. When playing
hole #9 the stakes are man made obstructions.

· The river on holes # 3,4,and 5 are OB.

· Ground under repair: A) Areas defined by white painted areas or yellow
roped off spots. B) All french drains, which are exposed trenches filled
with pea rock, or stones are free drops no closer to the hole. French
drains are free drops whether in the fairway or in the rough.

· All surfaced cart paths, the water treatment plant and the maintenance
building are immovable obstructions. Take a free drop of one clublength
from the nearest point of relief- no closer to the hole.

· Play will be from the gold markers and the par is 73 and the total
yardage will be 5817.

· Good luck and play well.
 
 
 
 

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