Sublet, Will conclude season at NCAA

Cleveland, Ohio – Senior Jered Sublet and redshirt freshman Jordan Will saw their 2019 seasons come to an end on the first day of the NCAA DII Wrestling Championships Friday at The Wolstein Center in Cleveland, Ohio.

The pair are Minot State’s second and third wrestlers in program history to qualify for the NCAA DII Wrestling Championships.

In his opening match, Sublet faced a 2-0 deficit after the first period against Wheeling Jesuit’s Jared Donahue.

Sublet battled back, outscoring Donahue 2-1 in the second period to make it a 3-2 match heading into the final period. Sublet took his first lead of the match at 6-5 in the final minute and appeared to have won the match with the scoreboard reading 6-5 with no time left.

After a discussion between the two officials, Donahue was awarded an escape point in the final seconds to send it into an overtime period tied at six. Donahue posted a takedown in overtime to advance over Sublet, 8-6

In consolation, Sublet squared off with UIndy’s Angelo Robles. Robles held a 2-0 advantage over Sublet after the first period. In a low-scoring battle, Robles added two points late in the match to secure a 4-0 victory over Sublet.

Central Oklahoma’s Greg Wilson won his ponytail match to advance to take on Will in the round of 16. Will scored a point in the first period, but Wilson opened with six in the opening period.

Will added a couple points in the third period, but it wasn’t enough as Wilson knocked off Will, 8-4.

In consolation, Will took on Ramon Correa in the first round of consolation. Correa started quick, pinning Will 44 seconds into the first period to end Will’s season.

MSU men’s golf

sits sixth after day one of MJGA Collegiate Invite

NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. – The Minot State men’s golf team is sixth in the team standings after the first day of the fifth annual Minot Junior Golf Association Collegiate Invitational on Friday at the Aliante Golf Club in Las Vegas, Nevada. Winona State leads the team standings by 13 strokes over Rocky Mountain College.

Matthew Kreutz shot back-to-back rounds of six-over par 78 to total a score of 156 and tie for 15th place while Carson Harcourt totaled a card of 159 to tie for 26th place after rounds of 80 and 79.

Matthew Bean, Leighton Bearchell and Aaron Ogrodnick tied for 32nd place with a score of 161 through 36 holes.

Andrew Makarchuk shot an opening round of 90 before shooting a six-over par 78 to tie for 42nd with a score of 168 while fellow freshman Easton Evanoff is 26-over par and ranks 45th through 36 holes.

The MJGA Collegiate Invitational continues play today with a round of 18 holes.

Demko leads Beavers on day

one of MJGA Collegiate Invite

NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Junior Alexandra Demko carded an opening round of 10-over par 82 to place fifth on the leaderboard after the first day of the fifth annual Minot Junior Golf Association Collegiate Invitational on Friday at the Aliante Golf Club in Las Vegas, Nevada. Montana State-Billings holds a commanding lead with a 30-over par score of 318. Rocky Mountain College is second with a total of 328 followed by Minot State in third with a 61-over par score of 349 after 18 holes.

Behind Demko, Miriam Dumes is second on the team and 10th in the standings with a 13-over par 85. Katherine McGlenen shot a 17-over par 89 to sit in 16th place while Kaitlyn Hill is tied for 19th after hitting a 21-over par 93.

Anya Ross shot a 22-over par 94 to tie for 22nd. Kira Dereniwsky sits 27th after shooting a 27-over par 99 and Lindsey Duben caps the Beavers on the leaderboard with a 103 to tie for 34th.

The MJGA Collegiate Invitational continues play today with a round of 18 holes.

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