2011-12 Men's Golf Schedule/Results

SEPTEMBER

Sept. 9 Mount Marty - Fox Run Yankton, S.D.
Sept. 13 GPAC Qualifier #1 - Mount Marty - Fox Run Yankton, S.D.
Sept. 22 Hastings College - Lochland CC Hastings, Neb.
Sept. 26-27 Doane College Lincoln, Neb.

OCTOBER

Oct. 6 GPAC Qualifier #2 - Hastings College - Lochland CC Hastings, Neb.

MARCH

March 31-April 1 Bethel Invite Bethel, Kan.

APRIL

April 9 Midland Invite Fremont, Neb.
April 13 Blue River Classic Crete, Neb.
April 14 Blue River Classic
Seward, Neb.
April 23 GPAC Qualifier #3 Fremont, Neb.

MAY

May 7 GPAC Qualifier #4 Sioux Falls, S.D.

2011-12 Women's Golf Schedule/Results

SEPTEMBER

Sept. 9 Dordt College - The Ridge Sioux Center, Iowa
Sept. 16 GPAC Qualifier #1 - Hosted by Dordt Sioux Center, Iowa
Sept. 18-19 Nebraska Wesleyan University - Highlands/Pioneers Lincoln, Neb.
Sept. 27 Midland University - Fremont Golf Club Fremont, Neb.

OCTOBER

Oct. 8 GPAC Qualifier #2 - Hosted by Midland University Fremont, Neb.

APRIL

April 1-2 Neb. Wesleyan Invite Lincoln, Neb.
April 10 GPAC Qualifier #3 - Neb. Wesleyan Lincoln, Neb.
April 13 Morningside Invite Sioux City, Iowa
April 14 Briar Cliff Invite Sioux City, Iowa
April 27 GPAC Qualifier #4 - Morningside Sioux City, Iowa

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2011-12 Men's Roster

Name

Yr.

Hometown

Previous School

Patrick Meyer

Sr.

Norfolk, Neb.

Lutheran High Northeast

Logan Waggy

Sr.

Cheney, Kan.

Cheney

Nicholas Milberger

Jr.

Highlands Ranch, Colo.

Parker Lutheran

Aaron Hedlund

Sr.

Lincoln, Neb.

Nebraska Wesleyan

Matt Dauss 

Sr. 

Anderson, Ind. 

University of Nebraska 

Lee Johanson

Sr. 

Davenport, Iowa

Black Hawk CC 

August Richters 

Sr. 

Utica, Neb. 

Centennial 

Caleb Davison

Jr. 

Davenport, Iowa 

Black Hawk CC 

Sam DeFreece 

So. 

Overland Park, Kan. 

Olathe South 

Cody Lehmann 

So. 

Norfolk, Neb. 

Lutheran High Northeast 

Andy Nevius 

So. 

Pleasant Dale, Neb. 

Milford 

Trai Phillips 

So. 

Chappell, Neb. 

Chappell 

Shawn Rodehorst 

Fr. 

Kearney, Neb. 

Kearney Catholic 

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2011-12 Women's Roster

Name

Yr.

Hometown

Previous School

Makenzie Deutschman

Jr.

North Platte, Neb.

North Platte

Chelsea Peck

Jr.

Lincoln, Neb.

Lincoln Northeast

Madison Phillips

Jr.

Woodward, Iowa

Woodward-Granger

Emily Pishny 

So. 

Fairbury, Neb. 

Fairbury 

Brooke Beckman

So. 

Staplehurst, Neb. 

Seward 

Morgan Garner 

Fr. 

Grand Island, Neb. 

Northwest 

Jenelle Hallaert 

Fr. 

Omaha, Neb. 

Burke 

Melissa McIntosh 

Fr. 

Lincoln, Neb. 

Northeast 

Allison Schieffer 

Fr. 

Fordyce, Neb. 

Cedar Catholic 

2011-2012 Coaching staff

Head Coach: Brett Muller

Concordia men finish 17th at Bethel Invite

The Concordia University, Nebraska, men's golf team opened the spring portion of its 2011-12 schedule with a 17th place finish at the Bethel Invite on Sunday, April 1 in Bethel, Kan.  The Bulldogs final tourament score was 659 (+87).

Junior Caleb Davison (Davenport, Iowa) led Concordia with a 28th place finish overall at 155.  Seniors Matt Dauss (Anderson, Ind.) and Logan Waggy (Cheney, Kan.) posted scores of 166 and 167 respectively to tie for 68th and 76th.  

The Bulldogs will be back in action on Friday, April 13 as Concordia plays in the Blue River Invite in Crete, Neb.

Bulldogs' women's golf team places eighth at Nebraska Wesleyan Spring Invite

The Concordia University, Nebraska, women's golf team gave a strong performance in its opening spring tournament, finishing 8th of 12 teams at the Nebraska Wesleyan Spring Invite in Lincoln, Neb. on Monday, April 2. 

Junior Chelsea Peck (Lincoln, Neb.) led the Bulldogs with a combined score of 175 over two rounds.  Peck finished the tournament tied for 16th, she delivered a balanced 87 and 88 over the two days. 

The Bulldogs return to action on Tuesday, April 10th in the third GPAC Qualifer.  An advantage for Concordia is that the tournament will be played at the same course the Bulldogs just played as Nebraska Wesleyan will host.  

Concordia men's team finish 11th at Midland Invite

The Concordia University, Nebraska, men's golf team placed 11th at the Midland Invite on Monday, April 9.  The Bulldogs combined team score was 344, while Southeast Community College won the event with a 308 finish. 

Concordia senior Logan Waggy led the Bulldogs as he finished the day with an 80 (+9) to tie for 23rd.  Waggy had 39 on the front nine, then closed the round with a 41 on the back nine.  

The overall individual tournament winner was Calvin Freeman of Southeast CC.  Freeman finished the course at 73 (+2) for a one-stroke win. 

The Bulldogs will be back in action on Friday, April 13 as Concordia begins play in the two-day Blue River Classic.  The event is scheduled to be played in Crete, Neb. on Friday, April 13 and in Seward, Neb. on Saturday, April 14. 

Concordia Univ. (NE) 344
T 23 Logan Waggy 39- 41 80
T 34 Shawn Rodehorst 43- 39 82
T 54 Caleb Davison 45- 43 88
T 64 Matt Dauss 45- 49 94
74 Lee Johansen 49- 51 100

Bulldogs' women's team finishes ninth at GPAC Qualifier #3

The Concordia University, Nebraska, women's golf team placed ninth of 11 teams at the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Qualifier #3 on Tuesday, April 10 in Lincoln, Neb. at Holmes Park.  

The GPAC Qualifier is a four-round tournament played throughout the 2011-12 season at four differing sights.  Tuesday's round in Lincoln, Neb. was the third round.  The first round was in Sioux City, iowa at The Ridge golf course on Sept. 16.  Round two was held at Fremont CC in Fremont, Neb.  The final round of action is scheduled for April 27 in Sioux City, Iowa and will be hosted by Morningside College.

Following three rounds the Bulldogs are in tenth place overall with a combined score of 1146 

Recaping Tuesday's results, Dakota Wesleyan won the round with a team score of 320, led by an even par 73 by Danielle Bellet to win the individual title. 

Juniors Chelsea Peck (Lincoln, Neb.) and Makenzie Deutschman (North Platte, Neb.) teamed with freshman Melissa McIntosh (Lincoln, Neb.) to pace the Bulldogs on Tuesday afternoon.  Peck led Concordia with an 88 (+15) to finish tied for 13th overall.  Deutschman and McIntosh both finished at 95 (+23) to tie for 35th.  

The Bulldogs will be back in action on Friday, April 13 as Concordia travels to Sioux City, Iowa to play in the Morningside Invite.  The ensuing day, Saturday, April 14, the Bulldogs participate in the Briar Cliff Invite.  That tournament is also in Sioux City, Iowa.

Concordia University, Nebraska 377
T 13 Chelsea Peck 46- 42 88
T 35 Makenzie Deutschman 47- 48 95
T 35 Melissa McIntosh 48- 47 95
T 43 Jenelle Hallaert 50- 49 99
T 48 Madison Phillips 55- 50 105

Concordia sits in second after first day of Blue River Invite

The Concordia University, Nebraska, men's golf team is currently in second place after the first day of action at the Blue River Invite in Crete, Neb. on Friday, April 13. The Bulldogs finished the first round of the two-day tournament with a team score of 317 (+29).  Doane leads the tournament with a five-over 293.

Freshman Shawn Rodehorst (Kearney, Neb.) fired the best round of the day for Concordia, shooting a 76 (+4) to sit in fifth place.  

The Blue River Invite moves to Seward on Saturday, April 14 for the final round of action as the Bulldogs host the final day of action in Seward, Neb. at the Seward Country Club. 

 Fin. Team Total Par
1 Doane College.................. 293 +5
2 Concordia University........... 317 +29
3 Doane College "B".............. 322 +34
4 Concordia University "B"....... 337 +49

Women's Golf finish seventh at Morningside Spring Invite

The Concordia University, Nebraska, women's golf placed seventh at the Morningside Spring Invite on Friday, April 14.  Concordia finished the tournament with a combined score of 384 to finish seventh in the one day tournament.  Dakota Wesleyan won the tournament by 15 strokes with a team score of 333.

Junior Makenzie Deutschman (North Platte, Neb.) posted a team best 92 (+20) to tie for 17th place.  Fellow juniors Chelsea Peck (Lincoln, Neb.) and Madison Phillips (Woodward, Iowa) finished the day at 96 (+24) to tie for 37th.

The Bulldogs return to action on Saturday, April 15 as Concordia competes in the Briar Cliff Invite in Sioux City, Iowa.

Blue River Invite shortened to 27 holes

The Bulldogs finished second in a shortened Blue River Invite on Saturday, April 14.  The Blue River Invite, hosted by Concordia University, Nebraska, was shortened to just nine-holes Saturday due to severe weather in the Seward area.

The tournament as a whole was 27 holes, with the first 18 being played in Crete, Neb. on Friday, April 13.  

Concordia finished the tournament with a team score of 471. 

Doane won the two-day tournament with a combined score of 439.

The Individual tournament victory went to Doane's Tyler Vacek, who posted a 34 on Saturday and finished the tournament with a 108. 

Concordia's best performance came from freshman Shawn Rodehorst (Kearney, Neb.), who posted a 36 on Saturday and a 112 overall to finish 5th. 

The Bulldogs return to action on Monday, April 23 in the GPAC Qualifier #3 in Fremont, Neb.

Bulldog men's team places seventh at GPAC Qualifier #3

The Concordia University, Nebraska, men's golf team placed seventh at the GPAC Qualifier #3 in Fremont, Neb. on Monday, April 23.

The GPAC Qualifier is a four-round tournament played throughout the 2011-12 season at four differing sights.  Monday's round in Fremont, Neb. was the third round.  The first round was in Yankton, S.D. at The Fox Run golf course on Sept. 13.  Round two was held on Oct. 6 at Lochland CC in Hastings, Neb.  The final round of action is scheduled for May 7 in Mitchell, S.D. and will be hosted by Morningside College.

The Bulldogs finished with a combined scored of 316, led by a 75 from senior Logan Waggy (Cheney, Kan.).  Waggy finished tied for 11th.  Freshman Shawn Rodehorst (Kearney, Neb.) finished the round with a 78 to finish in a tie for 19th.  

Concordia concludes its regular season on Monday, May 7 in the GPAC Qualifier #4 in Mitchell, S.D.

7 Concordia Univ. (NE) 316
T 11 Logan Waggy 40- 35 75
T 19 Shawn Rodehorst 39- 39 78
T 22 Lee Johansen 37- 42 79
43 Caleb Davison 44- 40 84
44 Pat Meyer 40- 45 85

Bulldogs head into final GPAC Qualifier in seventh

Heading into the final round of the GPAC Qualifier on April 27, the Concordia University, Nebraska, men's golf team sits in seventh place overall.  

The GPAC Qualifier is a four-round tournament played throughout the 2011-12 season at four differing sites. Monday's round in Fremont, Neb. was the third round. The first round was in Yankton, S.D. at The Fox Run golf course on Sept. 13.  Round two was held on Oct. 6 at Lochland CC in Hastings, Neb.  The final round of action is scheduled for May 7 in Mitchell, South Dakota.

Freshman Shawn Rodehorst (Kearney, Neb.) is the highest Bulldog, tied for 20th with a combined score of 237 entering the final round.  

Nebraska Wesleyan continues to lead the GPAC men's tournament after posting a low round of 291 on Monday afternoon in Fremont.  The Prairie Wolves hold a 12-stroke lead heading into the final round of play on May 7 in Mitchell, South Dakota.

Ryan Kiewiet of Northwestern College is the clubhouse leader after three rounds with a 221, +6.  He holds a one-shot lead over Drew Taylor of Nebraska Wesleyan and Brandon Thompson of Morningside College.

Bulldogs' women's team closes out season with sixth place finish at GPAC #4

Concordia places ninth overall in GPAC Women’s Championship

The Concordia University, Nebraska, women's golf team closed out the 2012 season with a sixth place finish at the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Tournament fourth round on Friday, April 27.  Concordia posted a team score of 401 (+113) on Friday.  Northwestern earned the team victory for the day with a 358, one shot better than Dakota Wesleyan. 

Friday's round concluded the GPAC Tournament.  Overall the Bulldogs finished ninth with a combined score of 1547 (+391).  Dakota Wesleyan was the overall GPAC Tournament Champion, with a combined score of 1348 (+192).

The GPAC Tournament is a four-round tournament played throughout the 2011-12 season at four differing sights.  The first round was in Sioux City, Iowa at The Ridge golf course on Sept. 16.  Round two was held at Fremont CC in Fremont, Neb.   The third round was played in Lincoln, Neb. on April 10, while the final round was held Friday in Sioux City, Iowa. 

Junior Chelsea Peck (Lincoln, Neb.) finished Friday's round with a team best 91 to finish in a tie for eighth place.  Peck also led the Bulldogs in the GPAC Tournament with a combined score of 354 to place ninth overall at +65.  As a top-10 finisher, Peck automatically earned All-GPAC honors, which will be officially announced later this week. 

Fellow junior Makenzie Deutschman (North Platte, Neb.) also authored a solid round, placing 22nd with a 97.  For the tournament, Deutschman delivered a combined score of 371 (+82) to finish in 15th place.  

GPAC Tournament Round 4
6 Concordia U. NE 401
 T 8 Chelsea Peck 46- 45 91
 T 22 Makenzie Deutschman 49- 48 97
 T 35 Melissa McIntosh 51- 52 103
 46 Madison Phillips 55- 55 110
 49 Allison Schieffer 55- 59 114

GPAC Tournament Combined Scores
9 Concordia U. NE  379  390  377  401   1547   +391
 
9   Chelsea Peck  89   86   88   91    354    +65
 15   Makenzie Deutschman 87   92   95   97    371    +82
 34   Madison Phillips  101  103  105  110   419   +130
 35   Melissa McIntosh     113  109  95   103   420   +131
 Allison Schieffer     -    -    -    114   DNF      
 Jenelle Hallaert     102  115  99    -    DNF  

Concordia finishes GPAC Qualifier #4 in tenth, places eighth overall at GPAC Men’s Championship

The Concordia University, Nebraska, men's golf team wrapped up the 2012 season with a tenth place finish at the GPAC Qualifier #4 in Sioux Falls, S.D. on Monday, May 7. 

Concordia posted a combined score of 345 on Monday, while Northwestern College (IA) won the event with a team score of 305.  Freshman Shawn Rodehorst (Kearney, Neb.) led Concordia with an 83 to finish in a tie for 18th place.  

The GPAC Men's Championships is a four-round tournament played throughout the 2011-12 season at four differing sites. Monday's round in Sioux Falls, S.D. at the Prairie Green Country Club was the final round.  Each round was titled a Qualifier, GPAC Qualifier #4.  The first round was in Yankton, S.D. at The Fox Run golf course on Sept. 13.  Round two was held on Oct. 6 at Lochland CC in Hastings, Neb., while the third round was in Fremont, Neb. at the Fremont Country Club. 

Concordia finished the four round GPAC Championships in eighth placed with a combined score of 1,307.  Northwestern College won the overall championship with a combined score of 1,217.   The individual championship was claimed by Morningside College's Brandon Thompson with a score of 296 (+9). Thompson was three shots better than Northwestern's Ryan Kiewiet who finished with 299 (+12).

Rodehorst was the best overall Concordia performer, finishing in a tie for 20th at 320 (+33).  Senior Logan Waggy (Cheney, Kan.) posted a combined score of 325 (+38), while junior Caleb Davison (Davenport, Iowa) placed 33rd with a 332 (+45).

GPAC Championships, Final Results

Fin.  Team                             Scores              Total    Par     
1  Northwestern College...........   298  318  296  305   1217    +69    
2  Nebraska Wesleyan University...   296  313  292  324   1225    +77    
3  Doane College..................   307  307  309  323   1246    +98    
4  Morningside College............   303  318  303  327   1251   +103    
5  Hastings College...............   303  314  312  334   1263   +115    
6  Dakota Wesleyan University.....   303  325  313  340   1281   +133    
7  Dordt College..................   317  334  317  327   1295   +147    
8  Concordia University...........   311  335  316  345   1307   +159    
9  Briar Cliff University.........   320  329  327  338   1314   +166   
10  Midland University.............   327  337  324  344   1332   +184   
11  Mount Marty College............   335  360  351  372   1418   +270 

Peck and Deutschman named to All-GPAC Team

Juniors Chelsea Peck (Lincoln, Neb.) and Makenzie Deutschman (North Platte, Neb.) capped the 2011-12 season off by earning spots on the All-GPAC women's golf team on Tuesday, May 8.

Peck and Deutschman were the Bulldogs' top two performers throughout the 2011-12 season.  Peck led the Bulldogs in the GPAC Championships with a combined score of 354 to place ninth overall at +65.  Deutschman, meanwhile, delivered a combined score of 371 (+82) to finish in 15th place in the GPAC Championships. 

Five Bulldogs named 2012 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes

Five members of the Concordia University, Nebraska, golf program showed excellence in the classroom earning a spot on the 2012 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete list, announced on Thursday, May 24.

In order to be nominated by an institution's head coach, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and must have achieved a junior academic status to qualify for this honor.

Concordia Men's Team Representatives
Seniors
Lee Johanson (Davenport, Iowa)
Patrick Meyer (Norfolk, Neb.)
August Richters (Utica, Neb.)

Concordia Women's Team Representatives
Juniors
Makenzie Deutschman (North Platte, Neb.)
Chelsea Peck (Lincoln, Neb.)