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

HOUSTON¬† – 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 Gears Up For LPGA’s Next Major This Weekend

ANA Inspiration Starts Thursday

FARGO, N.D. — Oxbow’s Amy Olson gears up for the LPGA’s second major of the season, the ANA Inspiration, starting Thursday in California. Since the Tour’s restart in July, Olson has found some success. The former Bison has one top ten and one top-20 finish. In the last major, The Women’s Open at Royal Troon, lead after day one and…

Hoge, Olson Find Themselves A Top Leaderboards on the PGA, LPGA Tours

Hoge tied for first; Olson tied for second after first round of Tournaments

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo’s Tom Hoge had himself a day at the PGA Tour’s Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, North Carolina. Hoge shot a career-tying best round on Tour of 62. Seven birdies on the day, including an eagle on the par-5 15th hole and a nice chip in on the par- 3 16th. The Fargo South alum is tied for…

Current LPGA, Former NDSU Golfer Amy Olson Named to Summit League Hall of Fame

Holds NCAA record for individual wins

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Current LPGA and former North Dakota State Women’s Golfer Amy Olson was named to the Summit League Hall of Fame Class of 2020. Olson remains the NCAA career leader in women’s golf individual victories with 20. Golfing for the Bison from 2009-2013,¬† she broke the old mark of 17 set by LPGA star Juli Inkster. Olson…