Women's Golf

Rocky women ranked 11th in NAIA golf
Frontier Conference-leading Rocky Mountain College remained at No. 11 in the NAIA's Top 25 ranking of women's golf teams. Coach Aaron Pohle's Battlin' Bears will be going up against No. 14-ranked Lewis-Clark State and the other Frontier schools on Monday and Tuesday at L-C State's 54-hole tournament at Lewiston Country Club in Idaho. L-C State, which has won the last three tournaments it has played in, moved up one spot in this week's national balloting, which was released by the national office on Friday. SCAD of Savannah, Ga., remained No. 1, followed by Oklahoma City, Cumberlands, Ky., British Columbia and Northwood, Fla. Billings Gazette Read more
MSUB men, Rocky women win Ryder Cup
The Montana State Billings men and the Rocky Mountain College women won the annual Ryder Cup golf challenge between the two schools on Thursday at Peter Yegen. MSUB's men triumphed 7-5, while the Battlin' Bear women prevailed 7-4. The Yellowjacket men led 3-1 after the fall matches. The two schools tied 4-4 on Thursday. On the women's side, Rocky was ahead 3-1 after fall play. The Bears won 4-3 on Thursday. At the conclusion of the Ryder Cup, MSUB's men beat the Rocky men, 282-291, in dual competition. Jake Hedge led MSUB with a 4-under 67. Teammate Marcus Drange carded a 1-under 70 for the Yellowjackets, who shot 2-under as a team. Rocky's Tayler Noble and Daniel Thompsett shot 1-under 70s. The Bears shot 7-over as a team. Billings Gazette Read more
 
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