Southwest (WI) Technical, M State-Fergus Falls Compete in Austin

Carter Justesen (M State) attempts his birdie putt on the par 3 14th hole at Meadow Green Golf Course in Austin on Wednesday.
Carter Justesen (M State) attempts his birdie putt on the par 3 14th hole at Meadow Green Golf Course in Austin on Wednesday.

Winona, MN-

Two Minnesota College Athletic Conference golf programs met as Minnesota State-Fergus Falls and Southwest (WI) Technical College traveled to Austin, Minnesota to compete on Wednesday, September 11. 

Playing at Meadow Green Country Club, the Spartan's topped MCAC foe Southwest, 294 to 317.  Carter Justesen of M State took medalist honors, shooting a 68, one under par.  Trevor Dalbec was the individual runner-up, turning in a 72 on the day. 

Overall team results are as follows: 

M State-Fergus Falls:

 

 

Southwest (WI) Technical:

     

Carter Justesen-68

Trevor Dalbec- 72

Wyatt Blomseth- 75

John Vall- 79

Grant Inniger- 81

                            
           

Bennett Reese- 76

Mike MacKinnon- 78

Ethan Cook- 79

Vince Forseth- 84

Logan Gode- 85

Cody Allendorf- 91   

 

The Spartan's head coach Jason Retzlaff noted: "It was an enjoyable day of golf against another excellent golf program in Southwest Tech.  One of the nines we played at Meadow Green was shorter so that helped scoring significantly, but it was a very unique layout that forced the players to think about where they wanted to place the ball the on some tee shots.  Carter Justesen was outstanding today shooting under par.  He didn't have a lot of stress out there and picked up where he left off after a great season last year.  Trevor Dalbec also played extremely well and is someone who we know has the talent to be a very good player for us.  Overall, it was a nice start and we look forward to building from it at home this weekend against a number of four-year colleges."

The Spartans will next compete on Saturday, September 14 when they host the Spartan Invitational.  The Spartan Invitational features a noon shotgun start and will include the men's and women's teams from Concordia College-Moorhead, Valley City State College and the University of Minnesota-Morris.

The Minnesota College Athletic Conference is the organizational body for NJCAA-affiliated two-year technical and community college athletic programs in the Minnesota State Colleges & Universities system, as well as select member colleges in North Dakota and Wisconsin.  The mission of the Minnesota College Athletic Conference is to advance intercollegiate athletics by providing an engaging and supportive environment for success of our student athletes and competition among member institutions.  The MCAC is committed to the guiding principles of encouraging the development and success of student athletes, promoting the integrity, honesty and loyalty to member schools as well as upholding the sustainability of conference athletic programs.

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