North Dakota State University had four golfers finish in the top ten. Senior Amy Anderson and freshman Hailey Boner are tied for second place. They both managed to shoot a 76.
Currently there is a three-way tie for second place with Anderson and Boner while Knutson is part of a three-way tie for fifth place.
Women’s second round play is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. Tuesday, April 23, and the final round is slated for a 10:15 a.m. start Wednesday, April 24.
Expect to see Boner awake and ready for action bright and early Tuesday morning. I would expect to see an even more erect and pumped Boner during the final round Wednesday, April 24th.
Boner has nothing to lose. Boner must get the swing down if she is going to impress her competitors. Boner should expect to put fear into her opponents by the power and accuracy of her swing.
If Boner’s swing is strong and accurate, it may just intimidate her opponents enough to forfeit. If Boner is tired and feeling limpy then it may be a long day of golf as her competitors look to pull ahead of her.
If Boner is looking to win, Boner must not forget to wash her balls. Boner does not want her balls dirty if she is to put them in multiple holes throughout the competition.
We are really rooting for Boner and we wish her the best. Keep that swing strong Boner!