MINOT, N.D. - The Minot State University Women's Golf Team is ready to stake its claim as a top team in the Northern Sun with consistency and a strong mental game.
"We have the scores. We've seen it. We've just [have to] make sure that [we have it together] between the two ears," said senior Miriam Dumes.
"We're good enough to be here. We're good enough to play, and just trusting that I think we'll pull out all three rounds [of events we compete in]," said senior Alexandra Demko.
The Beavers will be looking to knock off perennial power Augustana this spring.
"They're consistent every time, but it's honestly motivating to keep up with them in the round as they play well. I think if we bring our games, we'll have some real competition with them which would be exciting," Demko said.
This year's seniors say they're ready to leave a final mark on the program.
"I've done it this far, let's end with a bang [and] leave my legacy. There's no reason to be upset [because] this is my last one. Let's just finish well," Dumes said.
"I remember how hard I worked to get to this stage in college, just to play for a college team. Now I have half of this season left, [and] I just want to enjoy every minute of it," Demko said.
The Beavers will tee off the spring schedule with two tournaments in Las Vegas in the first weekend of March.