MISSOULA — The Frontier Conference Golf season wrapped up Tuesday afternoon with no change after the first day. Lewis-Clark State College men’s and women’s team took home the conference titles and the automatic bid to the NAIA National Golf Championship.
The Warrior men edged Carroll College by just two strokes for the hardware. Daniel Thompsett from Rocky Mountain took home the individual award.
On the women’s side, LC-State finished 24 strokes ahead of Rocky Mountain. Jackie Mee of Carroll College was the individual winner.
The Montana Tech women finished in fifth place with a combined score of 1079. Sophomore Danielle McCully posted the best score of the third round and the tournament with an 85 and 263 total. Ashleigh Ogolin and Beth McAuley both shot an 86 finishing with a 270 and 268 respectively. Alex Hareland hit a 93 on the day finishing with a 282 for the tournament.
On the men’s team, Zach Maassen shot a 78 for his third round and finished with 244 for the tournament. Following Maassen, Dustin Kaste and Sean Ryan both scored 84 for the third round. Kaste totaled 247 for the tournament and Ryan combine for a 255. Alec Shull shot an 86 on day three and totaled 261.
The National Championships get underway May 14 in Salem, Ore., for the men and May 21st in Lincoln, Neb., for the women.
— Montana Tech Sports Information