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Randy Westby Named New Minot State Men's Golf Coach

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Minot State didn't waste much time hiring its new men's golf coach. After Dwight Farrell resigned two weeks ago, the school announced today that Randy Westby will be his replacement.

Westby has a long history with the game. He's been involved with it for the past 25 years. He has served on the board of directors of the Minot Country Club and the Rugby Golf Club and is the president of the North Dakota Golf Association.

Westby's not the only hire for the golf team today. Jon Hanson will join the staff as an assistant for both the men's and women's teams. Hanson was a teaching pro at the Minot Country Club.

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