Anderson Surges Into Second-Place Tie With School-Record 64 in Final Round at Rice
Release: February 05, 2013
HOUSTON - North Dakota State's Nathan Anderson shot a school-record 64 in the final round to finish in a second-place tie at the Rice Intercollegiate on Tuesday, Feb. 5, at the Westwood Golf Club.
Anderson, a senior from Oxbow, N.D., tied the school record of 64 set by Taylor Cavanagh at NDSU's 2008 Erv Kaiser Invitational. It is the best score in The Summit League this season.
Tied for 24th entering the final round, Anderson finished at 5-under-par 211 one shot back of Florida Atlantic's Richard Donegan and tied for runner-up honors with Brett Hogan of Texas-San Antonio.
NDSU's four-player score of 292 was third best out of 14 teams in the final round. The Bison jumped three spots to an 11th-place finish with a 904.
Texas-San Antonio won with an 862 and Florida Atlantic was nine shots back in second with an 871. Stephen F. Austin and Rice tied for third at 876.
NDSU's Connor Holland shot 73 in the final round and tied for 60th place with a 232, Bill Carlson turned in an 82 and tied for 65th with a 234, Nate Varty shot 76 and tied for 70th with a 235, and Trent Olson scored a 79 to finish tied for 72nd with a 236.
North Dakota State is off until March 11-12 when the Bison play in the South Dakota State Jackrabbit Invitational at the Primm Valley Golf Club in Primm, Nev.