Amy Olson Falls One Shot Short of First Major in Emotional Final Round

Lost her father-in-law; father of NDSU Linebackers coach, Grant, on Saturday night

HOUSTONĀ  – Oxbow native Amy Olson fell one shot short of history Monday afternoon finishing second at the U.S. Women’s Open in what would’ve been her first win and first major championship on the LPGA Tour. Heading in to the final round, Olson learned that her father-in-law, Lee Olson, father of NDSU Linebackers coach, Grant Olson, died unexpectedly Saturday night….

Olson Leads Women’s British Open After Day One

Shot 4-under par, 67 to take three shot lead

TROON, SCOTLAND — A four-under par first round propelled Oxbow’s Amy Olson to the top of the leaderboard at the AIG Women’s Open at Royal Troon in Scotland. The North Dakota State graduate shot a 67 for a three stroke lead. Best ball-striking day of my life,” Olson said in a post-round interview. Winds were up to 50 mph at…