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NDSU Women Win Maverick Invitational; Bison men take second

OMAHA, Neb. — With a 22 stroke lead over Omaha, the North Dakota State women’s golf team won the Maverick Invitational on Tuesday. The Bison shot a 938 over the three rounds for the title.

Alexis Thomas led the Bison, as she finished second with a 231. Thomas shot a 77 in the second round and a 78 in the third. She had two birdies in the second round and one in the third. Taylor McCorkle was just behind Thomas, finishing third with a 232. McCorkle had a birdie in the second round and two in the third round.

Lexi Geolat finished in sixth, as she had a 78 in the second round and 77 in the third for a 236 overall. Geolat had three birdies in the second round and two in the third. Maddie Herzog finished seventh overall with a 239, shooting a 78 in the second round and 84 in the third. Herzog had a birdie in the second round. Leah Skaar rounded out the Bison lineup, as she finished in 12th. Skaar had an 86 in the second round and 84 in the third, finishing with a 258 overall. Skaar had a pair of birdies in the final round.

Playing as an individual, Catherine Monty finished in fourth with a 233. She shot a 75 in the second round and a 78 in the third. Monty had a pair of birdies in each of the final two rounds. Holly Murphy finished in eighth with a 245, shooting a 79 in the second round and an 81 in the third round. Murphy had a birdie in the second round.

NDSU shot a 313 in the second round and a 315 in the final round for the 938. Omaha’s Mandi Granato took medalist honors with a 228. Meanwhile, the North Dakota State men’s golf team shot a 292 in the final round of the Maverick Invitational, taking second overall.

Brock Winter and Jack Johnson led the Bison, as they both tied for fifth with a 220 for the three rounds. Winter shot a 74 in the second round and a 73 in the final, while Johnson had a 72 in the second round and a 75 in the third. Winter had a pair of birdies on the back nine of the second round, while adding three in the final round. Johnson had five birdies in the second round and one in the third. Nate Adams shot a 223, including a Bison low of 70 in the third round after a 78 in the second round, as he finished in a tie for ninth. Adams had a birdie in the second round, while adding four in the third round. He also had an eagle on the 13th hole.

Lucas Johnson finished in a tie for 18th, as he shot an 80 in the second round and a 74 in the third round for a 230. Johnson had a birdie on the second round and two on the third round. Gavin Cronkhite rounded out the Bison lineup in a tie for 23rd with a 233. Cronkhite shot an 80 in the second round and a 76 in the third. He had a birdie in the second round before following it up with four in the third round.

Playing as an individual, Nate Deziel finished in eighth with a 222. Deziel shot a 76 in the second round and a 72 in the third. He had three birdies in the second round and followed that with five in the third round. Jed Baranczyk finished in 33rd, as he shot an 84 in the second round and a 79 in the third round. Baranczyk ended with a 242 overall.

Bellevue won the team title with an 872 overall, taking first over NDSU by 21 strokes. The Bison had a one-stroke advantage over Morningside for third. Bellevue’s Andre Beccera and Floris-Jan Oosterhof tied for first with a 217.

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