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5/24 Duane Siverson Named NGCA Region IV Coach of the Year. 
Concordia women's golf coach Duane Siverson was named the NCAA Division III Region IV Women's Golf Coach of the Year by the National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA). It is the first time time that Siverson has won the prestigious award. 

Siverson guided the Cobbers to their sixth straight MIAC championship this past fall, and in the spring helped the team achieve their second straight national NCAA Division III runner-up finish. The Cobbers have dominated the MIAC conference championship meet, winning the title in seven times in the eight year history of the tournament.

Siverson was named the Minnesota Golf Coaches' Coach of the Year in 1995-96, 1998-99 and 1999-2000. He was also MIAC Coach of the Year in 1998 and 1999. He is a member of the NCAA Division III Regional Committee for Women's Golf, and is currently on the National Division III Awards Committee . He recently received the 15-year merit award from the National Golf Coaches Association. 

5/21 Concordia Golfers Earn Postseason Honors.
        | Complete All-American and Scholar All-American Teams |
Jenni Kovash
Sr.
Moorhead, Minn.
Was named to the NGCA All-American Second Team and NGCA Scholar All-American Team. It is the second straight year she has been named to the two prestigious All-American teams.
Jill Conrad
Fr.
Richland, Wash.
Was named to the NGCA All-American Second Team. She became only the eighth golfer in school history to finish in the top ten at a national meet. 

Concordia standout golfers Jenni Kovash (Sr., Moorhead, Minn.) and Jill Conrad (Fr., Richland, Wash.) were named to the National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) All-American team. Kovash earned second team honors, while Conrad capped an impressive run in the spring by being placed on the third team. Kovash and teammates Maria Amlen (Sr., Stockholm, Sweden) and Tanya Ulvin (So., Roseau, Minn.) were also named to the NGCA Scholar All-American team.

For Kovash it is the second straight year that she has earned both All-American and Scholar All-American honors. The two awards cap an impressive career at Concordia where she finished no lower than sixth at the three MIAC championships she participated in, and in the top 30 of all three national tournaments. She led the Cobbers to back-to-back second place finishes at the NCAA Division III Championship meets, and was a three-time MIAC academic all-conference award winner. 

Conrad earns All-American honors in her first season at Concordia. She ended the spring on a tear by finishing fourth at the Minnesota State Meet, winning the Bemidji Spring Meet and finishing in a tie for 10th place at the national meet. She is only the eighth golfer in Concordia history to finish in the top ten at a national meet. | More |

5/18 Concordia Stays Sharp, Finishes 2nd at NCAA Tournament.
       | Complete Scores and Coverage |
Concordia shook off two subpar performances in the opening rounds, and stormed back to repeat as runner-up at the NCAA Division III tournament held at Hickory Point GC in Decatur, Ill. Concordia fired a solid 312 in the fourth and final round to overtake Rhodes and claim second place. Defending champion Methodist shot a 301 to claim their fourth consecutive national championship. 

The Cobber team score of 1,264 sets a school record for the lowest team total in a national championship. It is the third time in school history the team has finished second at the national tournament. 

The Cobbers were led by first year golfer Jill Conrad (Richland, WA) who shot a 75 in the final round to finish with a 313 which was good for a tie for 10th place. Jenni Kovash (Sr., Moorhead, MN) shot a final round 78 to finish in a tie for 13th at 315. Senior Maria Amlen (Stockholm, Sweden) finished her career by shooting a 79 to cap her 317 total, which was good for 17th place. MIAC medalist Liz Meschke (Fr., Pequot Lakes, Minn.) shot an 87 to finish at 333. She ended the tournament in a tie for 40th. Tanya Ulvin (So., Roseau, MN) rounded out the Cobber team by firing an 80 in the final round. She finished in 44th place with a final score of 336. 

5/17 Concordia Sets School Record, Jumps to 3rd Place After Day 3.
       | Complete Scores and Coverage |

5/16 Concordia Shoots an Identical 328, Falls to 6th Place After Day 2.
        | Complete Scores and Coverage |

5/15 Concordia Tied for Fourth After Day 1 of the NCAA Tournament.
       | Complete Scores and Coverage |

5/07 Concordia Earns Sixth Straight NCAA Championship Bid.
(Moorhead, MN)--The Concordia College women's golf team has been selected to play in the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament. It is the sixth straight year the team has received a bid to play in the NCAA tournament. The tournament will be held May 15-18, at Hickory Point Golf Course, Decatur, Ill., and hosted by Millikin University. 

This past fall the Cobbers captured their sixth straight MIAC title, and ninth in the past ten years. The team returns three players from last year's runner-up  finish at the Division III championships. Concordia won six out of the nine tournaments they entered this year, and are currently ranked third in the nation. 

The championships will consist of both team and individual competition conducted concurrently. All participants will compete throughout the entire 72 holes of competition. In the team competition, the low four scores for each team will count in each day's total score. The number of participants allowed at the finals is 60. A team can consist of four players.

Official NCAA Press Release.

5/01 Concordia Cruises Past Bemidji State.

4/28 Concordia Finishes Second at the Minnesota State Championships. Concordia lost the team title at the Minnesota State Championships by a single stroke to host MSU-Mankato 667-668. Senior Jenni Kovash (Moorhead, Minn.) fired a 164 (79-85) to finish in second place, six strokes behind medalist Kasey Aanensonx of MSU-Mankato who shot a 158 (81-77). Besides Kovash - Maria Amlen (Sr. Stockholm, Sweden) and Jill Conrad (Fr., Richland, WA) also finished in the top ten to earn All-State honors. Amlen and Conrad finished tied for fourth with identical 168 scores. Liz Meschke (Fr., Pequot Lakes, Minn.) was named the First Year Player of the Year, as she shot a 175 (84-91) for the two-day tournament.

Concordia will travel to Bemidji on Tuesday to play in the Bemidji Spring Meet. They will then wait to see if they will earn a bid to play in the NCAA Division III National Tournament which will be held on May 15-18 in Decatur, Ill.. 

4/27 Concordia Leads After 1st Day of Minnesota State Championship.
Concordia shot a first round team score of 331, and leads the 10-team Minnesota State Championship by four strokes. The Cobbers were paced by Jenni Kovash (Sr., Moorhead, MN) who shot a 79 and is tied for the first round lead with St. Thomas' Kris Paulson. Rounding out the top four scores for Concordia was Maria Amlen  (Sr. Stockholm, Sweden) with an 83, Liz Meschke (Fr., Pequot Lakes, MN) at 84 and Jill Conrad (Fr., Richland, WA) who shot an 85. 

4/25 Concordia Cruises to Victory in First Meet of the Spring Season.
Concordia downed Bemidji State 341-362 to start off the spring session. Senior Jenni Kovash (Sr., Moorhead, MN) shot an 84 to share low-round honors with Bemidji State's Jean Larson. 

12/05  Academic All-Conference Award Winners.
(In at least 2nd year at Concordia and at least a 3.35 cumulative GPA)
Maria Amlen Sr Stockholm, Sweden  English Writing/Religion
Jennifer Kovash Sr Moorhead, MN  Biology
Tanya Ulvin  So Roseau, MN  Food/Nutrition/Dietetics-Business
 
Liz Meschke
Fr.
Pequot Lakes, MN
2000 MIAC Individual Champion and Runner-Up at Lenoir-Rhyne Tournament  .

10/18 Concordia Finishes Third in Prestigious Lenoir-Rhyne Tournament
Press Release by Lenoir-Rhyne, SID
NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -- Defending NCAA Division II champion Florida Southern College shot a tournament-best round of 315 Tuesday to capture the Lenoir-Rhyne College/Myrtle Beach Intercollegiate Women’s Golf Tournament being played at the Bay Tree Plantation’s Gold Course.

The Moccasins, which led by 12 strokes after the first round, shot a two-day score of 638 - 30 strokes better than the University of Northern Colorado, which was in fourth place after the first day. Concordia (Minn.) College finished third at 670, while Lynn (Fla.) University was fourth (681) and Grand Valley State (Mich.) University finished fifth (683). Host Lenoir-Rhyne was sixth in the 15-team field with a 685 score.

Florida Southern had all five of its golfers finished in the top eight. Lisa Ball won the tournament with a two-round score of 154 over the par-72, 6,008-yard layout. She edged out Concordia’s Liz Meschke (Fr., Pequot Lakes, MN)  who finished with a 158. The Moccasins’ Rachel Bell was in third place at 160, followed by Northern Colorado’s Cecilia Rubeling and Lynn’s Courtney Krell who finished tied for fourth at 161.

10/13 The Concordian, Golf teams compete in conference tourneys
          by Kim Thronson, The Concordian 

10/9 Concordia Wins Sixth Straight MIAC Title.

10/8 Concordia Takes Big Lead After Day 1 of MIAC Championships.

9/29 The Concordian, Women’s Golf Places Third
        by Kim Thronson, The Concordian 

9/24 Concordia Finishes 3rd at SWSU Invitational.

9/16 Concordia Wins Dragon/Bison Invitational.

9/15 Concordia Leads Dragon/Bison Invitational After Day 1.

9/15 The Concordian, Golf teams hole two wins
        by Kim Thronson, The Concordian 

9/10 Concordia wins Concordia Invitational.

9/09 Results posted for first day of Concordia Invitational.

9/08 Cobber Women Golfers take 1st at Cobber Open. Liz Meschke places second, Maria Amlen takes 3rd.

9/08 The Concordian, Women's Golf Starts New Season and Run at Nationals by Kim Thronson, The Concordian 

9/06 Tee Times Posted For Concordia Invite - Sept. 9&10 @ Wildflower
           Concordia Invite Tournament Information

9/06 Tee Times Posted For Cobber Open - Sept. 8th @ Wildflower
           Cobber Open Tournament Information

2000 Season Preview
Since the inception of MIAC women's golf in 1991, Concordia has won eight of the nine team championships, including five straight since the 1995 season. To continue this dominance in 2000 the Cobbers will need strong performances from Jenni Kovash (Sr. Moorhead MN, Moorhead) who was a third team All-American selection in 2000 and Maria Amlen  (Sr. Stockholm, Sweden) who placed ninth in last springs NCAA national meet. Missing from last years NCAA runner-up team will be All-Americans Kari Weidner (Fargo) and Christie Strecker (Albert Lea) who graduated in the spring . Coach Duane Siverson is looking to add solid golfers in the final three spots on the team to continue the Cobbers tradition of excellence. The strength of the team should come from a strong incoming class of first year students.

Dating back to 1991 the Cobbers have won the MIAC eight times and been NCAA National Runners-up twice. During that time frame the Cobbers have had over 30 All-MIAC performers, and have placed 12 golfers on All-American teams.
 

 

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