2009-2010 - Golf schedule/results

Men:

SEPTEMBER

Sept. 10 Dordt College Sioux Center, Iowa
Sept. 17 GPAC Qualifier #1 Orange City, Iowa
Sept. 21 Southern Hills/Lochland Hastings, Neb.
Sept. 28-29 Doane Lincoln, Neb.

OCTOBER

Oct. 6 GPAC Qualifier #2 
hosted by Midland
Fremont, Neb.

MARCH

 March 29  Hastings College  Hastings, Neb.

APRIL

 April 1-2  Southeast CC  Beatrice, Neb.
 April 9-10  Blue River Classic  Seward/Crete Neb.
 April 12  GPAC Qualifier #3
hosted by Neb. Wesleyan
 Lincoln, Neb.
 April 20  Dana College  Blair, Neb.

MAY

 May 4  GPAC Qualifier #4
hosted by Sioux Falls
 Sioux Falls, S.D.


Women:

SEPTEMBER

Sept. 5 Dana Blair, Neb.
Sept. 11 Doane Seward, Neb.
Sept. 12 Doane Crete, Neb.
Sept. 15 GPAC Qualifier #1 Sioux Falls, S.D.
Sept. 20-21 Nebraska Wesleyan Lincoln, Neb.
Sept. 28-29 Doane Invitational Crete, Neb.

OCTOBER

Oct. 5 GPAC Qualifier #2 Lincoln, Neb.

APRIL

 April 5  Hastings College Invite  Hastings, Neb.
 April 10  GPAC Qualifier #3
hosted by Dana
 Blair, Neb.
 April 18-19  Nebraska Wesleyan  Lincoln, Neb.

MAY

 May 6  GPAC Qualifier #4
hosted by Briar Cliff
 Sioux City, Iowa


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2009-2010 - Golf roster

Men:

Name

Ht.

Yr.

Hometown

Previous School

John Zilm

6-4

Sr.

Godfrey, Ill.

Metro East Lutheran

Patrick Meyer

6-4

So.

Norfolk, Neb.

Lutheran High Northeast

Brett Baller

6-4

Sr.

Milligan, Neb.

Exeter-Milligan

Ryan Dauss

5-11

Sr.

Anderson, Ind.

Highland

Andy Rathe

6-2

Sr.

Tecumseh, Neb.

Tecumseh

Logan Waggy

6-1

So.

Cheney, Kan.

Cheney

Blake Miller

5-10

Sr.

Sioux Falls, S.D.

Sioux Falls Christian

Michael Tewes

6-1

Fr.

Lincoln, Neb.

Lincoln Lutheran

Briar McCoy

 

Fr.

Lincoln, Neb.

 

Nicholas Milberger

6-3

Fr.

Highlands Ranch, Colo.

Lutheran

Aaron Hedlund

6-1

So.

Lincoln, Neb.

Nebraska Wesleyan

Matt Wagnitz

6-0

So.

Grand Island, Neb.

Heartland Lutheran


Women:

Name

Ht.

Yr.

Hometown

Previous School

Alyssa Hedlund

5-10

Jr.

Lincoln, Neb.

Lincoln Lutheran

Danielle Durham

5-2

Sr.

Columbus, Ind.

Columbus East

Meghann Pinter

5-6

Sr.

Peachtree City, G

Landmark Christian

Chelsea Karmann

5-6

Sr.

Albion, Neb.

Boone Central

Hannah Koops

5-10

So.

Ulysses, Kan.

Ulysses

Katie Raphelt

5-7

Sr.

Arlington, Texas

Lamar

Jenni Schulteis

5-7

Sr.

Perry, Iowa

Perry

Makenzie Deutschman

5-5

Fr.

North Platte, Neb.

North Platte

Chelsea Peck

5-1

Fr.

Lincoln, Neb.

Lincoln Southeast

Madison Phillips

5-5

Fr.

Woodward, Iowa

Woodward-Granger

Concordia men golfers open season at Dordt Invitational

10 SEP 2009

The Concordia men’s golf team opened the fall golf schedule with a 14th place finish at the Dordt Invitational on Thursday.  Dakota Wesleyan took home first place in the event with a 294, and Sioux Falls finished second with a 300.  Wayne State (303), Dordt College (304) and Morningside College (308) rounded out the top five.

Individually for Concordia, John Zilm finished in a tie for 43rd with an 81 on the day, and Michael Tewes finished in a tie for 56th with a score of 84.  Other Concordia finishers included Logan Waggy with an 85, Nick Milberger with an 89 and Brian McCoy with a 90. 

The next meet for the Concordia men will be Sept. 17 when the Bulldogs play in the GPAC Qualifier in Orange City, Iowa.

Teams compete in Concordia/Doane Invitational

11 SEP 2009

The Concordia women’s “A” golf team finished first in the Concordia/Doane Invitational held on Friday and Saturday.  Doane finished second, and the Concordia “B” team was third. 

Concordia “A” finished with a two-day total of 729.  Makenzie Deutschman won the event with a 169 (78-91), and Chelsea Peck finished in second with a 179 (83-96).  Jennifer Schulties (188) was fourth, Chelsea Karmann (195) was sixth and Katie Raphlet (201) was tied for eighth for Concordia’s “A” team. 

The Concordia “B” team finished with a two-day total of 866.  Alyssa Hedlund had a 207 and finished 11th to lead the “B” team.  Danielle Durham (216) was 13th, Meghan Pinter (220) was 16th and Madison Phillips (250) was 18th for the Concordia “B” squad.

Concordia will compete in the first GPAC Qualifier in Sioux Falls on Sept. 15.

Bulldogs ninth at GPAC Qualifier #1

15 SEP 2009

The Concordia women’s golf team finished ninth at the first GPAC Qualifier held in Sioux Falls on Tuesday.  Concordia finished with a 371 on the day.  

Dakota Wesleyan won the event with a 320, and Sioux Falls was second with a 322.  Morningside (338) was third, while Briar Cliff and Northwestern College tied for fourth with a score of 344.  Hastings College (345) was sixth, Dana College (359) was seventh and Nebraska Wesleyan finished in eighth with a 361.  Concordia was ninth with a 371, Doane (400) was 10th and Mount Marty College finished in 11th with a score of 483. 

Individually for the Bulldogs, Chelsea Peck shot a team-best 86 to finish in a tie for 16th overall.  Chelsea Karmann finished in a tie for 30th with a 93, and Makenzie Deutschman was tied for 36th with a 94.  Other golfers for the Bulldogs included Hannah Koops and Alyssa Hedlund.  Koops was 42nd with a score of 98, and Hedlund finished in a tie for 46th with a 102 for the day.

The Concordia women will take part in the Nebraska Wesleyan Invitational on Sept. 20-21 in Lincoln.

Tuesday’s Results   
Chelsea Peck   T-16th   (42-44)  86
Chelsea Karmann  T-30th   (45-48)  93
Makenzie Deutschman T-36th   (46-48)  94
Hannah Koops   42nd   (51-47)  98
Alyssa Hedlund  T-46th   (50-52)  102

Bulldogs tie for eighth at GPAC Qualifier

17 SEP 2009

The Concordia men’s golf team tied for eighth place at the first GPAC Qualifier held in Iowa on Thursday.  The Bulldogs shot a 322 on the day. 

Nebraska Wesleyan and Morningside College tied for first with a score of 293 on the day.  Dakota Wesleyan and Northwestern College tied for third with a 296, Briar Cliff was fifth with a 301 and Hastings College was sixth with a 302.  Sioux Falls (312) was seventh, while Concordia and Dordt College tied for eighth place.  Dana College (324), Doane College (330), Midland Lutheran (363) and Mount Marty College (366) rounded out the team scoring.     

John Zilm finished in 14th with a team-best 75 (38-37) to lead Concordia.  Logan Waggy tied for 33rd with a 79, and Pat Meyer tied for 42nd with an 83.  Ryan Dauss and Michael Tewes finished in a tie for 47th with a score of 85 on the day. 

The Bulldogs will compete at the Southern Hills/Lochland Invite on Sept. 21. 

Concordia Men  
John Zilm           14th   (38-37)  75
Logan Waggy   T-33rd  (36-43)  79
Pat Meyer       T-42nd  (41-42)  83
Ryan Dauss     T-47th  (40-45)  85
Michael Tewes T-47th  (38-47)  85

Concordia finishes eighth at Nebraska Wesleyan Fall Invite

20-21 SEP 2009

The Concordia University women’s golf team finished eighth at the Nebraska Wesleyan Fall Invite on Sunday and Monday in Lincoln.  The meet consisted of 10 teams, and the Bulldogs finished with a two-day total of 782.

Truman State University finished in first place with a 645, and Dakota Wesleyan was second with a 665.  Rockhurst University (697) was third, Dana College (70l) was fourth and Hastings College (710) rounded out the top five.  Briar Cliff University (720) and Nebraska Wesleyan (721) finished in sixth and seventh, respectively, while Doane (817) and Peru State College (850) finished ninth and tenth. 

Individually for Concordia, Chelsea Peck tied for 19th with a two-day total of 177 (85-92).  Makenzie Deutschman was 30th with a 185 (87-98).  Other top finishers for the Bulldogs were Jennifer Schulties in 48th with a 204 (97-107) and Danielle Durham in 58th with a 218 (106-112). 

The Concordia women will return to action at the second GPAC Qualifier on Oct. 5 in Lincoln. 

Concordia men finish fourth at Hastings College Invite

21 SEP 2009

The Concordia University men’s golf team placed fourth at the Hastings College Fall Invite on Sept. 21.  The Bulldogs finished with a team score of 664. 

Eight total teams participated, and Dakota Wesleyan University won the invitational with a score of 597.  Hastings College (598) was second, Dana College (663) was third and Central Community College (665) finished behind Concordia in fifth place. 

John Zilm was the top individual finisher for the Bulldogs.  Zilm tied for ninth overall with a score of 154 (74-80).  Logan Waggy tied for 25th with a 164 (80-84).  Other top finishers for Concordia were Blake Miller in a tie for 41st with a 173 (92-81), Patrick Meyer in 45th with a 175 (85-90) and Nick Milberger in 47th with a 181 (90-91).

Concordia will compete at the Doane Invitational on Sept. 28-29 in Lincoln. 

Concordia finishes third at Doane College Invite

28-29 SEP 2009

The Concordia University golf teams participated in the Doane College Invite on Monday and Tuesday. The women’s team placed third out of four teams.

On the women’s side, Morningside College took home first place with a team score of 762.  Nebraska Wesleyan was second with a 773, Concordia was third with an 880 and Doane College was fourth with a 941. 

Makenzie Deutschman placed eighth overall to lead the Concordia women.  Deutschman finished with a two-day total of 202.  Danielle Durham was 11th with a 214, Alyssa Hedlund was 18th with a 228 and Madison Phillips finished in 20th with a 263. 

The Concordia women will compete in the second GPAC Qualifier in Lincoln on Oct. 5. 

Bulldogs finish fifth at Doane College Invite

28-29 SEP 2009

The Concordia University golf teams participated in the Doane College Invite on Monday and Tuesday.  The men’s team placed fifth out of nine teams.

Northwestern College finished first on the men’s side with a team score of 643.  Morningside College was second with a 661, and Briar Cliff University was third with a 671.  Doane College came in fourth with a 677, and Concordia was fifth with a 688.  Hastings College placed sixth with a 696, Dana College was seventh with a 716, Doane College B was eighth with a 732 and Union College finished in ninth with an 805.

John Zilm was the top finisher for the Concordia men.  Zilm finished in eighth place overall with a two-day total of 164.  Logan Waggy tied for 23rd with a 173, Ryan Dauss tied for 25th with a 174 and Blake Miller finished in a tie for 33rd with a 181. 

The Bulldog men will take part in their second GPAC Qualifier in Fremont on Oct. 6.

Concordia finishes ninth at GPAC Qualifier No. 2

5 OCT 2009

The Concordia women’s golf team finished ninth at the second GPAC Qualifier held in Lincoln on Monday.  The Bulldogs had a team score of 365 and had one player finish in the top 20 individually.  Concordia was also ninth in the first GPAC Qualifier of the season. 

Dakota Wesleyan finished in first with a team score of 311.  The University of Sioux Falls was second with a 328, and Dana College finished close behind in third with a 332.  Hastings College was fourth with a 345, while Briar Cliff and Morningside tied for fifth with a 354.  Northwestern College (357) and Nebraska Wesleyan (362) finished in seventh and eighth.  Concordia (365), Doane College (403) and Mount Marty (493) rounded out the participants. 

Concordia’s Chelsea Peck finished in a tie for 19th with an 87 on the day.  Chelsea Karmann tied for 21st with an 89, and Makenzie Deutschman tied for 30th with a 92.  Jennifer Schulties tied for 41st with a 97, and Danielle Durham was 52nd with a 108. 

The women will now take the winter off and come back with GPAC Qualifier #3 on Saturday, April 10, at Dana College.  The fourth and final qualifier will be on May 6 at Briar Cliff.

Concordia finishes 10th at GPAC Qualifier No. 2

6 OCT 2009

The Concordia University men’s golf team finished 10th place at the second GPAC Qualifier held on Tuesday.  The Bulldogs finished with a team score of 369 on the day.  On a cold and windy day, only four total players finished with a score below 80. 

Morningside finished in first with a score of 312, and Sioux Falls finished in second with a 328.  Nebraska Wesleyan was third with a 332, Dakota Wesleyan was fourth with a 336 and Northwestern College rounded out the top five with a 341.  Briar Cliff was sixth with a 345, Hastings College was close behind in seventh with a 348 and Dordt College was eighth with a 359.  Dana College finished just in front of Concordia in ninth with a 362.  Concordia was 10th, while Doane College (374) and Mount Marty College (410) completed the team scoring. 

Individually for Concordia, John Zilm and Logan Waggy tied for 29th with an 89.  Blake Miller tied for 45th with a 93, Ryan Dauss tied for 51st with a 98 and Michael Tewes tied for 54th with a 101.

Bulldogs take part in Hastings College Spring Invite

29 MAR 2010

The Concordia University men’s golf team placed eighth at the Hastings College Spring Invitational on March 29.  The Bulldogs posted a team score of 349 in the meet.  Southeast Community College won the meet with a score of 309. 

Individually for the Bulldogs, Blake Miller shot an 82 (42-40) to finish in a tie for 25th overall.  Logan Waggy finished in 42nd place with an 87 (45-42).  Nicholas Milberger tied for 46th with an 89 (44-45), and Pat Meyer was 48th with a 91 (41-50).  Michael Tewes finished with a score of 94 (44-50) on the day.

Concordia opens season at Hastings College Spring Invite

5 APR 2010

The Concordia University women’s golf team competed in the Hastings College Spring Invite on Monday.  The Bulldogs finished sixth in the meet with a team score of 388.  Dakota Wesleyan took first place with a score of 328. 

Makenzie Deutschman was the top finisher for the Bulldogs.  Deutschman tied for 21st with a 93 (49-44).  Jennifer Schulties tied for 28th with a 96, and Chelsea Peck tied for 33rd with a 99.  Hannah Koops tied for 35th, and Madison Phillips finished in 44th for Concordia. 

Bulldogs ninth at third GPAC Qualifier

10 APR 2010

The Concordia women’s golf team placed ninth at the third GPAC Qualifier on Saturday.  The Bulldogs finished with a team score of 390 for the day.  Through three rounds, Dakota Wesleyan holds the lead with a 955 team score.  Concordia is ninth with a team score of 1126.   

Concordia results from Saturday
T-27 Chelsea Karmann 94
T-31 Makenzie Deutschman 95
T-37 Jennifer Schulties 97
T-45 Chelsea Peck 104
48-Alyssa Hedlund 109

Concordia finishes 11th in third GPAC Qualifier

12 APR 2010

Nebraska Wesleyan held the third men’s GPAC Qualifier on Monday in Lincoln.  Concordia finished in 11th place with a score of 367.  Through three events, the Bulldogs are 11th with an overall score of 1,058. 

Logan Waggy finished in a tie for 32nd with a score of 85 on the day.  Nicholas Milberger was tied for 38th with an 87 for the Bulldogs.

Bulldogs finish fourth at NWU Spring Invite

18-19 APR 2010

The Concordia University women’s golf team finished fourth at the Nebraska Wesleyan Spring Invite.  Three Concordia players finished in the top 20 overall, and the Bulldogs finished with a total score of 728. 

Sioux Falls won the event with a score of 655.  Hastings College was second at 685, and Nebraska Wesleyan was third with a score of 710.  Peru State College, Briar Cliff University and Doane College also participated in the meet. 

Chelsea Peck was the top individual finisher for the Bulldogs.  She shot a 175 (91-84) to finish in 10th place overall.  Makenzie Deutschman shot a 181 (91-90) to finish in 15th, and Jennifer Schulties tied for 16th with a 182 (91-91).  Hannah Koops was 22nd with a 190 (97-93), and Danielle Durham was 32nd at 219 (111-108). 

Concordia places ninth at Dana Invite

20 APR 2010

The Concordia University men’s golf team placed ninth at the Dana Invite on Tuesday.  The Bulldogs finished with a score of 320 on the day.  The University of Sioux Falls won the meet with a 294. 

Logan Waggy was the top finisher for the Bulldogs and was the only Concordia player to finish in the top 20.  Waggy finished in a tie for 19th with a score of 77 (36-41).  Blake Miller (39-42), Patrick Meyer (41-40) and Michael Tewes (39-42) all tied for 38th with an 81.  Aaron Hedlund finished with a 98 (47-51) for the Bulldogs. 

Concordia will conclude the season in the fourth GPAC Qualifier on May 4. 

Schulteis and Raphelt named as 2010 scholar-athletes

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics has announced that 86 student-athletes have been named 2010 Daktronics-NAIA Women's Golf Scholar-Athletes. 

Jennifer Schulteis and Katherine Raphelt earned 2010 scholar-athlete honors for the Concordia University women.  Nominated by each institution's head coach, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and have achieved junior academic status to qualify.