Representing M State on the women's side was Lexi Poyze, who led the Spartan women with a two-day 201 (98-103) and teammate, Carley Baumann carded a 219 (112-107)
For M State-Fergus Falls, head coach Jason Retzlaff said: "It was an extremely tough day for scoring with the wind blowing all over, but our young men did what they needed to do after a playing very well in round one. I am very proud of this group and their efforts this fall.." Retzlaff went on to note: "Competing at the National Tournament as a team is such a memorable experience and I'm thrilled this team has earned a chance to compete with the best next June. I can't say enough about the quality of young men on this team. Congrats to Grant Inniger on earning medalist honors."
Retzlaff also had praise for both Spartan women on their outing: "Lexi Poyzer and Carley Baumann had a very nice two days and did a fantastic job representing our golf program this fall. They are both very good players and high character student-athletes. We are very thankful that they are playing such a big role in reigniting our women's golf program."
The NJCAA Division III Men's Golf Championship will be held from June 2-5, 2020 at Chautauqua Golf Club in Chautauqua, NY. The Spartans claimed the title in 2012 and have finished third in 2016, 2017 and 2019.
Photo and statistics courtesy of M State-Fergus Falls Athletics.
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