SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Senior siblings Nathan Anderson and Amy Anderson won individual titles and the North Dakota State men's and women's golf teams swept the Jackrabbit Fall Invitational on Monday, Oct. 1, at Minnehaha Country Club.
Nathan shot an even-par 70 in the final round to finish at 2-over 212 and won by one stroke over South Dakota State's Hudson Carpenter. Amy shot a 4-over 75 in the final round and finished at 3-over 216 to win by 10 shots over South Dakota State's Morgan Fitts.
North Dakota State's men won the eight-team tournament by eight shots with an 877 ahead of South Dakota State (885) and Northern Iowa (888). NDSU's women won by 18 shots with a 933 ahead of Northern Iowa (951) and Augustana (953).
Nathan, the older brother by 16 months and 12 days, won his second tournament in three outings this year. It was Amy's first win of the year and the 16th of her college career - one shy of the Division I record 17 wins by San Jose State's Juli Inkster, according to Golf World.
NDSU had three men in the top 10. Trent Olson tied for third (219), Bill Carlson tied for sixth (220), Nate Varty tied for 18th (229) and Connor Holland tied for 27th (232).
The NDSU women also placed three players in the top 10. Sarah Storandt was ninth (238), Abby Knutson tied for 10th (239), Hailey Boner tied for 12th (240) and Megan Swan tied for 39th (262).
The Bison men are at Sam Houston State next week and Kansas City in two weeks to close out their fall schedule. The women close out their fall calendar Oct. 30-31 at Hawaii.