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Red & Green
 September 30, 2010 Vol. 92      No. 4                        Minot State University, Minot, N.D. 58701                      

2010 Homecoming Royalty                                                                                   ‘Doubt’ debuts tonight

                                                                     Homecoming King
                                                                     Jonathon Greiner and
                                                                     Homecoming Queen
                                                                     Sara King smile for the
                                                                     camera after their
                                                                     coronation Sept. 21.
                                                                     Greiner, a senior
                                                                     sociology major,
                                                                     represented Campus
                                                                     Crusade for Christ.
                                                                     King, a senior
                                                                     relations major,
                                                                     represented MSU
                                                                     Student Ambassadors.                                                        Photo by Emily Anderson
                                                                            Photo by Max Patzner          Peg Morris, left, and Brittany Armstrong, right, practice a
                                                                                                          scene from "Doubt" by John Patrick Shanley. The show,
                                                                                                          directed by MSU senior Ashley Nilsen, opens tonight at
                                                                                                          7:30 p.m. and runs through Saturday in the Black Box
                                                                                                          Theater in Hartnett Hall. Entrance fee is $3.

NOTSTOCK event heading in
         Amy Olson              from Minneapolis. For a hands-       the public.
          Comm 281              on experience, bring a tote bag,        This is NOTSTOCK's fourth
   Combine one part art, one    T-shirt, or sweatshirt and create    year. It is a collaborative effort
part music, mix in film, gar-   your own wearable art by par-        headed by MSU art instructor
nish with creativity and you    ticipating in live screen printing   Bill Harbort and Laurie Gellar,
have the recipe for MSU NOT-    in the Beaver Dam. Those who         MSU math and computer sci-
STOCK. NOTSTOCK is an art,      prefer spectating can attend the     ence chair. Since its origins,
music and film festival that    screening of American Artifact       NOTSTOCK has continued to
will take place Oct. 6-9 at     with guest filmmaker Merle           evolve and expand. Bill
Minot State University.         Becker. And for something new,       Harbort said this may be due
   Notstock will feature live   watch slam poet Big Poppa E          to the fact that guests can par-                                                           File Photo
music from local bands and      perform. All of these great          ticipate, not spectate.              Participants in a previous NOTSTOCK transformed the
Martin Dosh, a guest musician   events are free and are open to        See NOTSTOCK — Page 5              Beaver Dam into a screen printing extravaganza.
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                                                                   Shawn Carraher sits at
                                                                   his desk in his office in
                                                                   Old Main. Carraher is
                                                                   the director of the
                                                                   newly formed Severson

                                                                     Photo by Anthony Anderson

Severson Entrepreneurship Academy up and running                                                  Students chosen for Norway trip
                                                                                                          Bryce Berginski                   Organizers chose the four
             Anthony Anderson                     The newly established Finance Club will                     Staff Writer               from a pool of 28 applicants. The
                  Staff Writer                    manage        this     money,     and     the      Six people from Minot State         selectees completed an applica-
    The Severson Entrepreneurship Academy         Entrepreneurship Club will award the pro-       University will do something           tion form, obtained a recom-
is taking root on the Minot State University      ceeds to applicants whose business propos-      that MSU students have never           mendation letter from a faculty
campus this fall. It was established last year    als are approved.                               done before — a week-long visi-        member and wrote an essay that
through a gift made in February by Minot             Carraher encourages Minot State students     tation at a partner college.           stated their reasons for going.
State alumnus Clint Severson. Shawn               to submit business plans to the Club.              Harstad University College, a       The students also described
Carraher, new to Minot State this year, is at        “We’re looking at potentially three prizes   college in northern Norway, is         what they would do with their
the helm of the project as the director of the    being given out this year,” he said.            sponsoring the visitation. MSU         experiences so they would be a
Academy.                                             Carraher said an eventual goal is that the   signed an agreement with               useful element in the student
    The Severson Entrepreneurship Academy         Entrepreneurship Club will compete in the       Harstad last spring. The pur-          experience and environment
is attached to the College of Business, though    Rice Business Plan Competition. This event      pose of the visitation is to facili-   when they return.
students of all majors can participate. It con-   is an annual competition between 35 to 40       tate an exchange in the future of         Some of the ideas presented
sists of several different components, includ-    teams, with the winner taking home a            students and faculty.                  ranged from study abroad bul-
ing      entrepreneurship       classes,    the   $650,000 prize. Every team accepted into the       Harstad applied for a grant,        letin boards and presentations to
Entrepreneurship Club and two advisory            competition, even those that don’t place,       and the Norwegian government           raise awareness, to even going so
boards.                                           receive at least a $10,000 prize.               accepted its application. The          far as to creating a Web site.
    Carraher teaches the entrepreneurship            Carraher comes to Minot State from           grant will fund the meals, lodg-          The six people will leave
class, which focuses on equipping students        Cameron University, in Lawton, Okla.,           ing and transportation for those       sometime in early April and
with the skills to launch and manage start-       where he served as the director of the Center   six people, four students as well      spend one week in Norway. In
up enterprises.                                   for      Emerging       Technologies     and    as two faculty members.                that time, they will participate
    The Entrepreneurship Club aims to fur-        Entrepreneurial Studies. He holds a bache-         The four students are Tara          in lectures and discussions, gain
ther educate students as they develop and         lor’s degree in marketing from Florida          Love, a senior special education       insight into international issues
analyze business plans. Members of the Club       Atlantic University, a master’s degree in       major; Maxwell Buchholz, a jun-        pertinent to their chosen fields,
will submit business plans they develop to        management from the University of               ior in pre-nursing; Tyson              culturally exchange with the
the        Collegiate        Entrepreneurship     Cincinnati, and a Ph.D. in business adminis-    Snelling, a senior majoring in         Norwegian students and pro-
Organization, a group that awards cash            tration from the University of Oklahoma.        international business and busi-       mote MSU.
prizes for outstanding entrepreneurial pro-          Carraher has directed projects in 114        ness administration and market-           Harstad possibly will send a
posals.                                           countries, mostly in cooperation with the       ing; and Jacey Peterson, a junior      delegation to MSU in the near
    Besides developing their own plans,           U.S. State Department and Department of         business education major.              future. Another possibility
members of the Entrepreneurship Club will         Defense. Among other professional affilia-         The two faculty members             exists for one MSU student to
also assist people from the Minot area with       tions, he has served as an officer of the       arae Andy Bertsch, Department          attend Harstad in the spring of
their own projects. $55,000 of Severson’s $1      Academy of Management, and is past presi-       of Business Aministration, and         2012 semester and another in
million gift will be used as seed money to        dent of the U.S. Association for Small          Lori Garnes, Department of             2013. Grant money would make
fund future entrepreneurs and their projects.     Business and Entrepreneurship.                  Special Education.                     both possible.
 Red & Green                                                            MSU News   September 30, 2010 – Page 3

The MSU Athletic page has a new look and feel with
updates on teams and statistics. Click on

Beaver Sports: Online
          Bekka Ryan                the ears in the world of sports.
           Staff Writer             He excelled in sports in high
   “Sport is a preserver of         school. After finishing his
health,” Hippocrates, the           broadcasting major as a
ancient Greek physician, said.      Carroll College transfer stu-
   Minot State University           dent into the University of
must be a mighty healthy cam-       North Dakota, he worked as a
pus then! Boasting ten sports       sports photographer, writer
teams, hundreds of fans and         and then sports editor while
awesome facilities, MSU has         working for multiple newspa-
now added to its list of accom-     pers. He was the Minot State
plishments the launch of a          beat writer for Minot’s local
new athletic Web site.              newspaper, Minot Daily
   “[We’ve] revamped the            News, before he accepted the
whole thing… the athletes,          job as MSU Sports Information
fans and supporters deserved        Director.
an upgrade,” Michael Linnell,          Linnell said several bids
Minot State sports information      came in to upgrade the univer-
director, said.                     sity’s athletic Web site.
   The massive renovation of        Sidearm Sports won because
the    athletic     Web     site,   of its diversified clientele. The, start-          company has designed and
ed in November of 2009.             upgraded Web sites from col-
Since his hiring last January,      leges all around North
Linnell said he went at this        America.
project like he goes after a           “Sidearm gives us the abili-
steak – “… head on with no          ty to present ourselves at a
dancing around the subject. I       new level,” Linnell said.
went for the best because              The new site boasts features
that’s       what        [MSU]      including photo galleries,
deserved,” he said about the        interactive content, sports hall
process.                            of fame, roster management,
   Linnell is not green behind         See Web site — Page 10
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                                                                                         Memorial food drive
                                                                                                      Cassie Neuharth                      Sarah,” Cassie Kraft, close friend of
                                                                                                            Editor                         Martinsen, said. “We knew if she was here
                                                                                            Sept. 11 is a day to remember and a day        and alive today, she would have been

 Death                                                                                   to remind ourselves to help those in need.
                                                                                         On this day in 2010, family, friends and
                                                                                         Minot area community members gathered
                                                                                                                                           doing something great."
                                                                                                                                               Friends said, since Sept. 11 is a nation-
                                                                                                                                           al day of service, carrying out Martinsen's
                                                                                         to provide support and donate food in             legacy of volunteering and helping others
 Bumps                                                                                   memory of Sarah DeWitz Martinsen,
                                                                                         daughter of Deb DeWitz, Minot State
                                                                                                                                           is just what she would have done.
                                                                                                                                               "The support from community was
                                                                                         University social work instructor. All            phenomenal and this became a huge proj-
                                                                                         donations went to the Community Action            ect that the community really embraced,"
   Jonathon Greiner                              The impact launched the vehicle         Partnership in the Minot area.                    Kraft said. "It was overwhelming and
       Columnist                              several feet into the air, wrenching the      Participants donated a grand total of          humbling, how many people came out
    Collision        with                     axles violently from the frame of the      2,000 pounds of food, which converts to           and supported the cause. It was amazing."
Campus Speed Bump                             vehicle, deploying all airbags while       one ton. The Student Social Work                      Martinsen, 21, was dedicated to serv-
Severely Injures Four                         simultaneously tearing the passenger       Organization gave a $100 cash contribu-           ing those in need. She was on a “Pay It
MSU Students.                                 door off and sending the railroad          tion, as well as contributing groceries and       Forward" tour in Florida. While out jog-
    “We were just trying                      grade bolt/spike holding the speed         hygiene products.                                 ging, Martinsen was struck by a car and
to get to class,” said one student from       bump in place through the engine
                                                                                            As of Monday, more than $1,000 has             lost her life.
her oversized hospital bed Tuesday.           block, thus causing the engine to
                                                                                         been donated. Friends and family are still            Organizers said Sarah Martinsen will
She was the driver in the near-fatal          explode. The blast then tore the seat-
crash that totaled her SUV and cata-          belts and spewed all four students hel-    collecting donations. The Prairie Farmers         forever be in the hearts of many.
pulted all four passengers out of the         ter-skelter to the pavement.               Market helped out with a location to hold             Those interested in donating may con-
vehicle.                                         This is a sad day for the Minot State   the event, as well as providing funds.            tact Kraft at 701-578-4163 or DeWitz. They
    “We clicked it!” exclaimed another        Parking Enforcement. They comment-            "We wanted to do something for                 are willing to collect.
student as he was being moved from            ed below.
the ICU yesterday.                               “We knew we were going a bit
    At 8:05 Tuesday morning, the stu-         overboard with the size and height of      Alumnus to share experience
dents arrived at MSU, via carpool to          the speed ramps, but we thought the           (MSU Northwest Art Center) — Jerry             University, appears as part of a program
save on time, and were willing to park        black and yellow stripes would ade-        Boatz, principal research chemist at the          which invites distinguished MSU alumni
illegally in order to get to class on time.   quately prepare the drivers for            Air Force Research Laboratory, Edwards            back to campus to speak to current stu-
They believed carpooling a safe and           impact.” Again — Fail.                     Air Force Base, CA, will be the featured          dents.
economic avenue of transport, but                Luckily, no one was too seriously       speaker on the Northwest Art Center                  Boatz completed four majors in five
failed to recognize the driver’s gross        injured, and it is reported they all       Lecture Series Oct. 4, at 7 p.m. in the           years at MSU, earning degrees in math,
ability to underestimate the risk of          should be released from the hospital in    Aleshire Theater, Minot State University.         chemistry, physics and computer science.
speeding on campus. The driver,               time to enjoy Saturday’s bashing of           His presentation, “Tales of a Rocket           He earned his Ph.D from North Dakota
whose fault it was for being late,            Valley City State, as well as have chil-   Scientist,” is free and open to the public.       State University, focusing on theoretical
thought it safe to ramp over the speed        dren.                                      A question and answer period and infor-           chemistry.
bump at an insane 6 mph. Fail!                   Full recovery is expected.              mal reception will follow.                           For more information about NAC
                                                                                            Boatz, a 1983 graduate of Minot State          activities, call 701-858-3264.

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                                              Max Patzner
 Red & Green                                                   MSU News                                                         September 30, 2010 – Page 5

                                                            ... NOTSTOCK                         nity and artists.                       Notstock also provides
                                                            continued from page 1                   Notstock guests, such as Big    opportunities for MSU stu-
                                                                The name Notstock origi-         Poppa E, also go out to local      dents because they participate
                                                            nates from combining the             schools to educate and perform.    side-by-side with and learn
                                                            music festival Woodstock with        Organizers say it brings the       from Notstock guests.
                                                            Flatstock, a series of poster con-   community together and allows         Organizers invite all stu-
                                                            ventions, and the slogan, “Why       members from different sectors     dents to indulge in the variety
                                                            not Minot.”                          of the arts to form connections.   that Notstock has to offer, to
                                                                Notstock visitors include           “Notstock brings art to         create, spectate, participate and
                                                            buses of high school students,       Minot that might otherwise not     appreciate!
                                                            both local and from around the       be seen here,” event organizer        Learn          more         at:
                                                            state, members of the commu-         Laurie Gellar said.      

                                                                                                                        Call 858-3371
                                                                                                                       for appointment
                                               File Photo
Local band Father, Son, & Holy Smokes performs during                                                  MSU STUDENT HEALTH CENTER,
                                                                                                       LURA MANOR, SOUTH ENTRANCE

  Amanda Duncan
  Tuesday, Oct. 5
      8 p.m.
    Beaver Dam
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                            Celebrating MSU’s 82nd Homecoming

                                                                                                                                         Photo by Max Patzner
                                                                                                 Kayla Schmidt (left) from MSUʼs English Club and
                                                                                                 Jasmine Wood participate in the parade Saturday.
                                                                                                   Their float was titled, “Paint the Town Read!”
                                                               Photo by Max Patzner
  The MSU Homecoming Court after cornation Sept 21. Pictured are, front row,
   from left, Homecoming King Jonathon “J.C.” Greiner, Homecoming Queen
 Sara King, Nicole Koropas. Second row, from left, Trey Welstad, Kodi Bullinger,
  Amanda Roise, Kayla Cote, Jordan Stenberg, Megan Johnson, Megan Perdue.
  Third row, from left, Markus Wilson, Bryan Krahler, Alex Schmaltz, Beth Walz,
                          Eric Manlove, MacKenzie Mack.
                                                                                             (left) and
                                                                                             (right) carry
                                                                                             banner as
                                                                                                                                          Photo by Max Patzner
                                                                                             the Beaver
                                                                                                               Caricaturist Adam Pate draws pictures of
                                                                                                             enthusiastic students at the block party in the
                                                                                             follows in
                                                                                                                           Dome Wednesday.
                                                                      Photo by: Joyce Alme   parade.
 Red & Green                                                 MSU Homecoming                                                    September 30, 2010 – Page 7

                                                  Photo by Max
                                                     is year ʼs
                                         monica at th
                            uitar and har
              b plays the g       Dome Wedn
   Alex Barcom      Party in the

                                                                                                                                             Hypnotist Jim
                                                                                                                                             Wand entertains a
                                                                                                                                             full house
                                                                                                                                             Wednesday in
                                                                                                                                             Nelson Hall.
                                                                                                                                                 Photo by Max Patzner

                                                                                                                          Photo by Max
                                                                                                                         ands atop a m
                                                                                                     ʼs Campus Players st
                                                                                       er from MSU              urday.
                                                                         Joshua Snyd         e in the parade Sat
                                                                         of Minotʼs cityscap
                                         Photo by Max Patzner
Members of MSUʼs French Club greet spectators with a
mock guillotine during the Homecoming parade Saturday.

                                                                                 Photo by Max Patzner
                                                      Community members, students, faculty
                           Photo by Max Patzner
MSU Art Club President Erin Jaeger paints a             and staff enjoy food and activities
childʼs face during Wednesdayʼs block party.         Wednesday. Inclement weather forced the
                                                      Community Block Party into the Dome.
 Page 8 – September 30, 2010                                         MSU Sports                                                                        Red & Green

                                                                                                                                                    Photo by Jesse Kelly
                                                                                   MSU Junior Tara McPartland (No. 7) cheers after scoring the first goal of
                                                            Photo by Jesse Kelly   the game at 13 minutes of the first half at home Sept. 21. The Beavers
Freshman golfer Jorden Brown lines up her putt at the Minot Country                defeated Jamestown College, 8-0.
Club Monday. This MSU Invitational was the womenʼs and menʼs first
and only home competitions of the fall semester.
                                                                                   Beavers blow out Jimmies
Golf gets a win weekend                                                               (MSU Sports Information) — The           Walsh (So., Mid, Minot, N.D.) to make

Both men and women place first at home
                                                                                   Beavers took 32 shots and 17 shots on       it 2-0.
                                                                                   goal en route to an 8-0 whitewashing of         “We played our game plan through-
                                                                                   visiting Jamestown College in               out,” Spain said. “We were pretty
   (MSU Sports Information) — The        carding a 74 in the final round and       women’s soccer Tuesday at Herb              dialed in. I am not going to worry
Minot State University men’s golf        senior Ben Edwards (Carlyle,              Parker Stadium.                             about goal scorers. We want them
team shot the tournament’s only          Saskatchewan) tied for fourth with           “We talked about it before the           dialed in on their job and we will give
sub-300 round and did it both days       a pair of 75s.                            game,” MSU head coach Jason Spain           them praise for doing their job.”
as the Beavers fired a 296 on the sec-      Second time was the charm for          said. “They are ranked 11th in the              MSU blew the game wide open in
ond day of the Minot State               the Minot State University women’s        region. We can’t drop this game. It’s       the second half getting goals from
University Invitational Monday at        golf team.                                do-or-die time already this season.         McPartland, two straight from Arielle
the Minot Country Club.                     Led by solid second-round scores       They played with fear or a little chip on   Thomas (Fr., F, Minot AFB, N.D.) and
   On Monday, it was sophomore           by Ali Hilkewich (Jr., Weyburn,           their shoulder, whatever you want to        one each from Tatyanny Griffiths (Fr.,
Casey Gleich (Bismarck, N.D.) who        Saskatchewan), Rebecca Heinitz            call it.”                                   F., Carrollton, Texas), Brittany Rappe
powered the Beavers to a title as his    (Fr., Hillsboro, N.D.), Mackenzie            MSU had chance after chance              (Fr., F, Fritch, Texas) and Melissa Grant
even-par 72 was the day’s lowest         Nagel (Fr., Minot, N.D.) and Kara         throughout the match, but led just 2-0      (Sr., D, Chico, Calif.).
round and his 1-over-par two-day         Dietz (So., Hazen, N.D.), the             at the half.                                    “I thought we played better on
total of 145 earned him medalist         Beavers overcame a six-stroke                It looked like it might be a tense 1-0   offense. We made an adjustment,
honors for the event. Gleich shot a      deficit to Black Hills State.             lead after a Tara McPartland (Jr., F,       added a midfielder and took away a
73 on Sunday at Souris Valley Golf          The Beavers shot a final-round         Sandy, Utah) goal in the 13th minute        defender, and it looked nice tonight,”
Course.                                  343 to post a 13-stroke win over the      was all MSU had to show for a solid         Spain said. “Hopefully it will look as
   But Gleich wasn’t alone atop the      Yellow Jackets in the final round of      half, but Dakota Barnett (Fr., F,           good on the road in Montana this
leaderboard as redshirt freshman         the Minot State Invitational Monday       Princeville, Hawaii) came off the bench     weekend.”
Cody Duchscherer (Minot, N.D.)           at the Minot Country Club.                to give MSU a lift. She scored in the           Jamestown College’s goalkeeper
tied for second with a 147 after                  See Golf — Pade 10               45th minute on a feed from Shannon                   See Soccer — Page 10
 Red & Green                                                         MSU Sports                                                      September 30, 2010 – Page 9

                                             Photo by Jesse Kelly
Shari Dueck (No. 1) and Sara Friesen (No. 6) block the
ball against the South Dakota School of Mines and
Technology volleyball team Saturday in the Dome.

Different night,                                                                                                                                     Photo by Jesse Kelly
                                                                    Wide receiver Johnny Lester (No. 7) dives into the end zone with the ball. The Beavers
different attitude                                                  defeated Dakota Athletic Conference rival Valley City State, 34-3, in MSUʼs Homecoming
                                                                    game Saturday.
                         Eric Manlove
                          Sports Writer
   Friday night, the Minot State University Lady Beaver vol-
leyball team, trailing one game to none, held an eight- point
                                                                    Schatz carries Beavers past
lead in the second set. Then they let Black Hills State get on a
run to win the set and sweep the night to top the Beavers 3-0.
   Saturday, the Beavers didn’t roll over. They came back
                                                                    Vikings for Homecoming win
from a 2-1 deficit to beat South Dakota Mines in five                        Eric Manlove             ground.                            every Lester return was des-
games, 3-2.                                                                  Sports Writer               “I thought we had better        tined for a score. “When we
   “They realized what they did last night and wanted to               The Beavers’ homecoming        focus, better concentration        get the ball in his hands, he
make improvements on it. They went out and tried to play            matchup with Valley City          early on,” head coach Paul         can do some things.”
hard and played consistent and confident,” MSU head coach           State was close early on, but     Rudolph said. “We didn’t have         Not to be out-shadowed by
Johnna Torr said. “It was huge for us to be able to go on a run     that was it as Minot State        the 5-yard penalties. We were      the offense, how about that
towards the end of that game (4). And, then to keep pushing         scored 24 fourth-quarter          able to establish a little mix-    Beaver defense? Minot State
point for point… we have a habit of getting to point 20 and         points to blow out their          and-match game.”                   held the Vikings to just three
stopping.”                                                          Dakota Athletic Conference           Again senior wide out           points and 204 yards of total
   The Beavers rallied in game four on Saturday night against       opponent 34-3.                    Johnny Lester highlighted          offense and intercepted two
the Hardrockers. MSU won the game 25-9 and never looked                Junior running back Tyson      much of the Minot State            passes, including one John
back. They used the momentum to finish off Mines in the             Schatz led MSU.                   action. Lester led the receiving   Denne ran for a touchdown to
decisive fifth game 15-11.                                             “Our O-Line came out right     core with seven catches for 64     cap the MSU scoring. The
   “We tried to find consistency this week, and not let our         away and established the run      yards, and had another return      Beavers have now only
mistakes get us down,” Torr said. “We have a habit of doing         game,” Schatz said. “It was a     touchdown. Lester received a       allowed 13 points in confer-
that – and from doing that last year. If we can break that          great first drive. Every week,    punt in the fourth quarter at      ence play.
(habit) and keep pushing point for point, I’m very happy.”          every day we are getting bet-     his own 49-yard line and              Minot State (2-2, 2-0 DAC)
   Several Beavers players had great weekends including the         ter. We strive to get 100 yards   patiently waited for a block,      travels to Jamestown College
combination of Jen Dixon, Shari Dueck, Jen Yausie and Janice-       rushing every game and the        then darted up-field for the       next Saturday for a game
Rose Reinbolt. The four combined for a weekend total 74             line did their job.”              fourth punt return of his          against the Jimmies.
kills, including 44 in Saturday’s win.                                 Schatz finished with 101       career.                               The Beavers’ next home
   “Yausie was off a little bit in the beginning of the season,     yards on 22 carries and a            “That’s what our guys           game is in two weeks on Oct.
which put her on the bench for a while, but when she plays          touchdown, just a part of the     believe in,” Rudolph said          16, when they host South
                   See Volleyball -- Page 10                        Beavers 159 total on the          when asked if he thought           Dakota Mines.
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... Golf                                                                                              ... Web site                        upcoming games and final
continued from page 8                                                                                 continued from page 3               scores, depending on the pref-
    Hilkewich, Nagel and                                                                              schedule management and             erences the user sets. Also, the
Dietz all posted better sec-                                                                          video capabilities - just to        photo galleries will not only
ond      day    scores     –                                                                          name a few.                         contain action shots of the
Hilkewich was four better                                                                                 “It’s a never-ending cycle of   multiple sports in action, but
than her first round – and                                                                            upgrading” Linnell said. “[The      also of the fans.
Heinitz was just a stroke                                                                             site] will be making leaps and         The site officially launched
off her solid first-day                                                                               bounds in the following year.”      on campus Sept. 17, and
score to power the                                                                                        One feature to come is SMS      nationally on Sept. 21.
Beavers.                                                                                              text notifications. After signing      “I think everyone should
    Hilkewich fired an 83 to                                                                          up online, Beaver fans will be      have this as their homepage!”
take second to Black Hills’                                                                           able to receive notifications of    Linnell said.
Brandi Holmes, who eked
by with a 169-170 advan-
tage.                                                                                                 ... Volleyball                      the     Dakota       Athletic
    Heinitz posed a 173 to                                                                            continued from page 9               Conference following the
finish in fourth place,                                                                               at home, she plays big,” Torr       weekend split. The Lady
Nagel a 174 for fifth and                                                                             said. “Once she gets on that        Beavers play another set of
Dietz a 177 for a tie for                                                                             role – she did the same thing       conference matchups this
seventh.                                                                                              last year for us – she was on       weekend at the MSU Dome.
    The two golf teams are                                                                            fire. I think Janice stepped up     They play host to Dakota State
to end their fall season by                                                                           tonight. It was nice to have her    Friday and Mayville State on
heading to Mitchell, S.D.,                                                                            running on all cylinders.”          Saturday.   They also play
                                                                               Photo by Jesse Kelly       Minot State (4-13, 2-2 DAC)     Dickinson State at home in a
                                   Sophomore golfer, Jarett Hysuik drives the ball during the
for the Dakota Wesleyan
                                                                                                      finds itself in fourth place in     midweek matchup on Oct. 6.
                                   MSU Invitational at the Minot Country Club on Monday.
University     Invitational
Oct. 1-2.

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                                                                                                        Weight Management Club
    Kayle Byle made nine
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saves and had to deflect or

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defend countless crosses and

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    “We were fatigued on the
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