2004-2005 - Golf schedule/results

Men:

MARCH

March 28-29

HCC Invite

Hutchinson, Kan.

March 31-April 1

SCC Invite

Beatrice, Neb.

APRIL

April 2

NCTA Invite

Curtis, Neb.

April 9

Concordia Invite

Seward, Neb.

April 11-12

I-80 Invite

Hastings, Neb.

April 15-16

Briar Cliff Invite

Sioux City, Iowa

April 19

Midland Invite

Fremont, Neb.

April 22

Union Invite (JV Meet)

Lincoln, Neb.

April 23

Doane Invite

Crete, Neb.

April 25-26

GPAC Conference Meet

Lincoln, Neb.

MAY

May 2-3

NAIA Region IV Meet

Elkhorn, Neb.

May 22-28

NAIA National Meet

Olathe, Kan.


Women:

SEPTEMBER

Sept. 3

Northwestern Invite

Orange City, Iowa

Sept. 4

Buena Vista Invite

Storm Lake, Iowa

Sept. 9

York Invite (I-80 Invite)

York, Neb.

Sept. 10

Hastings Invite (I-80 Invite)

Hastings, Neb.

Sept. 17

Wayne Invite

Wayne, Neb.

Sept. 18

Doane Invite

Crete, Neb.

Sept. 24

Peru Invite

Nebraska City, Neb.

Sept. 28

Midland Invite

Fremont, Neb.

OCTOBER

Oct. 3-4

Nebraska Wesleyan Invite

Lincoln, Neb.

Oct. 9

Concordia Invite

Seward, Neb.

Oct. 14-15

GPAC Conference Meet

Lincoln, Neb.

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2004-2005 - Golf roster

Men:

Name

Yr.

Hometown

Previous School

Josh Allison

Sr.

Olathe, Kan.

Johnson County CC

David Anderson

Sr.

Kearney, Neb.

Amherst

Scott Beck

Jr.

Scribner, Neb.

Scribner-Snyder

Ben Deutschman

Jr.

North Platte, Neb.

North Platte

Bryan Emerson

Sr.

Columbus, Neb.

Columbus

Mike Frates

Fr.

Brule, Neb.

South Platte

Ryan Hrdlicka

Jr.

Wahoo, Neb.

Wahoo

Mike Kulzer

Fr.

Sauk Rapids, Minn.

Sauk Rapids

Andrew Mannegel

Jr.

Seward, Neb.

Seward

Dustin Petrik

Jr.

David City, Neb.

David City

Garrett Rathke

So.

Cairo, Neb.

Centura

Preston Schmidt

Jr.

Seward, Neb.

Seward

Tim Zum Hofe

Jr.

Circle Pines, Minn.

Concordia (Minn.)


Women:

 

Name

Yr.

Hometown

Previous School

Lanay Carr

So.

Ainsworth, Neb.

Ainsworth

Allison Fees*

Sr.

Miller, Neb.

S-E-M

Amber Fink

Fr.

Norfolk, Neb.

Battle Creek

Allison Garrett*

Sr.

Seward, Neb.

Seward

Stacy Hartwig*

So.

Archer, Neb.

Central City

Krissi Hoffman

Fr.

Merrill, Iowa

Hinton

Margaret Ingerslew*

Sr.

Seward, Neb.

Lincoln Lutheran

Corrie Johnson

Fr.

Kansas City, Mo.

Park Hill South

Molly McCree

Jr.

Chester, Ill.

Steelville Community Unit

Women shoot 395 at Lady Red Raider Classic

3 SEP 2004

Margaret Ingerslew carded a 90 on Sept. 3 at the Lady Red Raider Classic on the Landsmeer course at Orange City, Iowa, and was the only Concordia golfer to finish in the Top 20 (18th). The team finished ninth out of 11 with a 395. “A respectable score,” Coach Carl Everts said, “considering the high wind conditions.” Six other GPAC schools turned in better scores. Other Concordia scores reported include Allison Garrett and Krissi Hoffman 101, Stacy Hartwig 103, Laney Carr 104 and Allison Fees 110. Team scores: Dakota Wesleyan 326, Buena Vista 332, Hastings 342, Briar Cliff 354, Sioux Falls 376, Northwestern 384, Nebraska Wesleyan 386, Wayne State 394, Concordia 395, Waldorf 401, Morningside 403

Hartwig uses 7-wood for hole-in-one on par-3 fairway of 155 yards

4 SEP 2004

“I never actually saw the ball go in,” Stacy Hartwig said. “I just thought it was on the green, so I put my club away in my bag and that is when someone said, 'Did that go in the hole?'.

An ACE -- it happened on Sept. 4 on the Lake Creek golf course near Storm Lake, Iowa. The Concordia University sophomore from Archer, Neb., was competing in the Buena Vista Invitational. Country club personnel could not recall the last time anyone recorded a hole-in-one on the course. Hartwig used a 7-wood on the par-3 fairway of 155 yards, which she described as fairly straight and level. Hartwig shot an 87 to finish tied for 15th among 91 individuals, both accomplishments that bettered the records held by Dawn Else in 1997-98.

Her team finished in a tie for ninth at 376 and beat or tied three other GPAC schools, but it was the best the Bulldogs had done at Lake Creek since 1997-98 when they turned in a 391.

”Conditions were windy,” Coach Carl Everts said, but not as bad as Friday at Orange City, Iowa, where the team had a higher score of 395. Allison Garrett also had a good round, the coach said, with an 89 good for a 21st-place tie.

Other Concordia scores reported included Margaret Ingerslew 96, Krissi Hoffman 104, Allison Fees 109 and Lanay Carr 117. Team scores: Buena Vista 325, Dakota Wesleyan 335, Augustana (S.D.) 342, Hastings 353, Midland Lutheran 358, Rockhurst 362, Nebraska Wesleyan 371, Briar Cliff 373, Concordia and Northwestern 376, Waldorf 389, Wayne State 392, Sioux Falls and Grand View 393, Dana 404

Wind at York hampers Bulldog finish of 790 in I-80 Classic

9 SEP 2004

A strong wind on Sept. 9 was a factor for the Concordia women’s golf team as they were only able to card a 410 at the York Country Club.

The Concordia team's 380 on Sept. 10 at the Lochland Country Club course in Hastings placed them fourth out of seven teams competing in the I-80 Classic.

The Bulldogs’ two-day total was 790 with Hastings at 715 the best of seven teams. Margaret Ingerslew was 11th among individual golfers at 101-91--192 and Allison Garrett (102-97) and Krissi Hoffman (104-95) at 199 were in a tie for 18th. Stacy Hartwig shot 200 and Amber Fink 212.

“The Bulldogs did better than a year ago,” Coach Carl Everts said, “both in the team standings and total score.” They were seventh in 2003 at 798. Hoffman, a freshman, was the only Bulldog golfer to score below her average for the I-80.

I-80 team finishes included Hastings 715; Midland Lutheran 749; Baker 765; Concordia 790; Pratt CC 801; Doane 804; and Peru State 894.

Ladies shoot 383 at Wayne State Invitational

17 SEP 2004

The Concordia team's 383 on Sept. 17 placed them seveth out of eight teams competing in the Wayne State Invitational.  GPAC rival Dakota Wesleyan topped the meet with a 318.

380 at Doane earns second place in standings

18 SEP 2004

The Concordia women's golf team finished in second place on Sept. 18 at the Fall Tiger Classic at the College Heights Country Club in Crete, Neb. The Bulldogs' 381 was topped only by Hastings with 351.

Allison Garrett shot an 85 for team medalist honors, followed by Margaret Ingerslew and Krissi Hoffman each with 96, Stacy Hartwig 103, Amber Fink 107 and Allison Fees 110.

Other team scores include Doane 389, Dana 401, Peru State 418 and York 442.

Ingerslew shoots 86 at Peru State Invitational

24 SEP 2004

Margaret Ingerslew turned in her best round of the season on Sept. 24 at the Peru State Invitational. The senior from Seward shot an 86 to place fifth in the event at Nebraska City's Table Creek Country Club. Junior varsity players carried the load with class conflicts limiting participation with the team's 420 good for sixth place among the seven teams. "The experience was very good for the three JV players," Coach Carl Everts said. Other Bulldog scores included Lanay Carr 105; Amber Fink 113; Allison Fees 116 and Corrie Johnson 135. Hastings at 345 was the invite champion with Midland Lutheran runner-up with 349.

Hartwig medalist as Bulldogs fifth at Midland Invitational

28 SEP 2004

Stacy Hartwig was the medalist for Concordia with an 87 at the Midland Invitational on Sept. 28, which earned four a fourth-place tie among 56 competitors. The team's 387 earned them fifth place among 11 teams at the Fremont Golf Club. "Overall, a good team effort," Coach Carl Everts said, "considering the competition and difficulty of the course." The best-ever team effort at the Fremont course put them ahead of four other GPAC schools and one NCAA Division II school (Wayne). Margaret Ingerslew shot a 97, Lanay Carr 98, Allison Garrett 105 and Amber Fink 109. Other team scores included Dakota Wesleyan 352, Midland Lutheran 360, UNO 370, Northwestern 384, Wayne State 403, Doane 404, Morningside 425, Dana 428, Peru State 433 and Sioux Falls 434.

Garrett's 82 helps Concordia place 5th at NWU Invite

3-4 OCT 2004

Allison Garrett shot an 82 on Monday at Highlands to finish in a tie for 10th place in the Nebraska Wesleyan Invitational. It was two strokes off the score of the day's medalist. Her two-day score was 177 after a 95 on Sunday on the Pioneers course in Lincoln.  The team finished in fifth place at 729 with daily scores of 369 and 360. Hastings won with a 699, followed by Wesleyan at 710, Midland Lutheran 717 and Newman 724. The Bulldogs finished ahead of GPAC rivals Briar Cliff, Doane and Dana as well as Peru State and York.

Other Concordia scores were Margaret Ingerslew 180 (87-93), good for a 15th overall tie, Krissi Hoffman 183 (91-92), Stacy Hartwig 189 (96-93) and Laney Carr 197 (98-99).

Dakota Wesleyan prevails at Concordia Invitational

9 OCT 2004

Concordia finished fourth with a 369 in the Concordia Invitational at the Seward Country Club on Saturday. Dakota Wesleyan claimed the championship at 328, followed by Midland Lutheran 349 and Hastings 364. Allison Garrett's 90 was the top performance for the Bulldogs with Margaret Ingerslew 91, Lanay Carr 93, Amber Fink and Krissi Hoffman both 96 and Allison Fees 106. Heather Snavely of Dakota Wesleyan was medalist at 76 with Lori Wurdeman of Midland Lutheran and Courtney Peterson of Dakota Wesleyan each shooting 81. Katie Orcutt of Hastings turned in an 82.

Dakota Wesleyan runs away with GPAC championship

14-15 OCT 2004

Concordia's continued to shoot below its team average as the women's golf team finished eighth among 11 teams after the second round of play on Friday at the Great Plains Athletic Conference championship. Concordia was the host team for the meet. The Bulldogs shot 384-371 for a two-day total of 755.

Dakota Wesleyan led the nearest competitor by 36 strokes with a 651 over the 36 holes to claim the title for the third straight year. They were followed by Hastings at 687, Midland Lutheran 689, Briar Cliff 709, Nebraska Wesleyan 719, Northwestern 726, Sioux Falls 752, Concordia 755, Doane 766, Morningside 786 and Dana 790.

Amanda Young of Dakota Wesleyan was medalist at 157, breaking a tie with Lindsay Wyant of Briar Cliff by scorecard comparison. Margaret Ingerslew led Concordia with a 93-91--184, followed by Stacy Hartwig 92-93--185, Lanay Carr 101-91--192, Allison Garrett 98-96--194 and Krissi Hoffman 105-105--110.

Golf has rough first day, solid day two at HCC Invite

28-29 MAR 2005

After being rained out of the first meet of the year last week, the Bulldogs linksters got the season underway at the Hutchinson C.C. Invite on Monday.

Playing the tougher of the two courses, Highlands, on Monday the Bulldogs struggled. They shot a score that was higher than any team score from last year at 348. Concordia bounced back at Carey Park Golf Club on Tuesday, with a team score that better any score they had posted last year, a 302. Overall for the tournament the Bulldogs finished in sixth place as a team with a 650.

Ryan Hrdlicka was the medalist for the Bulldogs with hsi two rounds of 87 and 73 good enough for a tie for 14th. Mike Kulzer's 161 was good enough for a tie for 18th. Josh Allison (164), Bryan Emerson (165) and Dustin Petrik (171) rounded out the scoring for the Bulldogs.

The Bulldogs are back in action yesterday and today in Beatrice for the SCC Invite as well as a one day meet on Saturday in Curtis, Neb.

Golf wins one meet in busy week

31 MAR-2 APR 2005

The Bulldogs men's golf team participated in a pair of meets last week. The first was the SCC Invite held in Beatrice. Ten teams competed at the Beatrice Country Club on Thursday and Friday. Concordia finished the two-day event in third place, shooting a 663. "It was a satisfactory score, considering the course and the wind" said coach Carl Everts. "The Beatrice Country Club is on of the most difficult courses in the state." Ryan Hrdlicka's 158 was good enough for fourth place individual honors. Freshman Mike Frates, participating in his first collegiate meet, took fifth place with a 161.

On Saturday the Concordia linksters traveled west to Curtis, Neb., for the NCTA Invite. The Bulldogs 308 team score netted them the first place trophy; five teams competed in the meet held at Arrowhead Meadows Golf Club. Hrdlicka continued his reign as the top golfer for the Bulldogs, taking home top individual honors with a 74. "I can't say enough about Ryan's early season scoring and leadership," Everts said. Three other golfers also placed in the top ten for Concordia. Bryan Emerson was fifth with a score of 76, Josh Allison's 77 earned sixth place and Frates added an 81 for ninth place. "As a team it looks like we are getting over some early season jitters," said Everts. "Hopefully we will continue to improve during the next weeks leading up to the GPAC meet."

The Bulldogs host the Concordia Invite this Saturday at the Seward Country Club.

Linksters second at home meet

9 APR 2005

On a windy day, the Bulldogs picked up a second place finish, shooting a 303, as they hosted the Concordia Invitational at the Seward Country Club. Dakota Wesleyan won the meet with 297.

Individually, Bryan Emreson took second place honors at 71. Josh Allison's 73 was good enough for third and Dustin Petrik fired a 75 for sixth. The Bulldogs golfed two teams at the meet, the second team finished in sixth, shooting 321.

Concordia will be busy in the upcoming week, participating in two 36-hole tournaments. The Bulldogs with be in Hastings and York for the I-80 Invite on April 11 and 12, as well as the Briar Cliff tournament on April 15 and 16.

Golf takes third at I-80 Invite

11-12 APR 2005

The Concordia men's golf team shot a 305 in the second round to finish third (624) out of 15 teams at the I-80 Invite.

The 36-hole tournament was held Monday at Lockland C.C. in Hastings an at the York C.C. on Tuesday. York College won the tournament with a 615, Briar Cliff was second with 617.

The Bulldogs had three golfers in the top 20. Mike Kulzer led the way tied for eighth place with a 152 (81-71). His 71 on day two was a new school record for 18-holes at the York C.C. Bryan Emerson finished tied for 13th at 156 (80-76) and Dustin Petrik took 17th with a 157 (18-81). "It was a good tournament for our golfers," said coach Carl Everts. "It appears we are starting to peak only two and half weeks before the GPAC meet." Of the seven GPAC schools participating in the meet, only Briar Cliff had a better score than the Bulldogs.

Concordia travel to Sioux City, Iowa, for the Briar Cliff Invite on April 15 and 16. Ten GPAC schools will be at the meet.

Linksters set team, individual records at Briar Cliff Invite

15-16 APR 2005

It was a good two days for the Concordia men's golf team. They finished in fourth place (299-313=612), trailing only NCAA Division I South Dakota State, York College, and Dakota Wesleyan. The Bulldogs also set two team records during the meet - lowest 18-hole score, 299 and 36-hole score, 61. Mike Kulzer put his mark on the record books as well with four different school records.

Kulzer set school records for best finish at the Briar Cliff Invite, taking sixth place and for best score at the Briar Cliff Invite (148). Perhaps more impressive was his 68 on day one that gave him the title of lowest 18-hole score on any course. Kulzer also established a new mark for lowest 36-hole score with his 148. To top all of the records off, he added a hole-in-one on #17 at Whispering Creek in Sioux City, Iowa.

The Bulldogs have a busy week upcoming with three meets. The varsity squad will travel to Fremont, Neb. on Tuesday, while the JV squad heads to Lincoln for a Union College meet on Friday. Both squads will then compete at Doane on Saturday.

Team falls short of Regionals, Kulzer qualifies individually

25-26 APR 2005

Nebraska Wesleyan won the meet, but declared they would compete at the NCAA Division III level for the post season, thus the next four top teams in the GPAC Championships qualify for the NAIA Region IV Golf Championships. The University of Sioux Falls, Dakota Wesleyan and Briar Cliff took second, third and fourth respectively. Concordia lost in a playoff with Northwestern for the final qualifying spot at the NAIA Region IV Golf Championships. “The guys were disappointed about not qualifying,” said coach Carl Everts. “That was their goal, and to lose in a playoff was tough. Overall, we had a great season.”

After carding a 336 as a team on day one, Concordia improved by 11 strokes on day two, shooting a 325. Mike Kulzer's 162 (84-78) was good enough for a ninth place tie, and a spot in the NAIA Region IV Championships. In addition to the top four teams, the top ten individual performances also qualified for the Region IV Championships. Bryan Emerson was the only other Bulldog golfer to finish in the top 20. His 165 (80-85) put him in a tie for 19th place.

The NAIA Region IV Golf Championships will be held on May 2 and May 3 at the Indian Creek Golf Course in Elkhorn, Neb.

The Bulldogs finished in a tie for fifth place at the GPAC Championships held Monday and Tuesday at Wilderness Ridge Golf Course in Lincoln, Neb., shooting a 661.