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Blue Hawks golf in 6th at NSAA meet

ALBERT LEA, Minn. -- After the first day at the North Star Athletic Association golf championships, the Dickinson State men's and women's team both sit in sixth place.

ALBERT LEA, Minn. - After the first day at the North Star Athletic Association golf championships, the Dickinson State men’s and women’s team both sit in sixth place.

Play continues Tuesday from Wedgewood Cove Golf Club.

On the men’s side, Zach Miller led the Blue Hawks with an 87 for the day, 15-over par on the 6,810-yard course. Miller finished the first day tied for 22nd overall.

Teammate Jaret Lee ended the first day in a tie for 25th after shooting an 88 on the first day. Parker Robinson shot an 89, AJ Locke carded a 105 and Seth Ehlang completed DSU’s scoring at 108.

The DSU men had a team score of 369 after the first day (81-over par). Bellevue University led the field at 308 (20-over).

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On the women’s side, DSU had four golfers finish in Nos. 24-27 overall after the first day. Elle Milahov shot 102 (30-over) for 24th, and she was followed by Natalee Hafer (105), Casey Pearson (111) and Alyssa Hildebrand (112). Dyana Leon shot 116 on the first day for 29th place.

The DSU women’s team combined for a team score of 430 (142-over) on Monday. Bellevue leads the women’s side, as well, with a score of 335.

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